Revenge (2011–2015)
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The return of Victoria's estranged son causes complications, while Emily schemes to force Ashley out of the Hamptons.

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Kenneth Fink

Writers:

Mike Kelley (created by), Sunil Nayar | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Madeleine Stowe ... Victoria Grayson
Emily VanCamp ... Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Gabriel Mann ... Nolan Ross
Henry Czerny ... Conrad Grayson
Nick Wechsler ... Jack Porter
Josh Bowman ... Daniel Grayson
Barry Sloane ... Aiden Mathis
Christa B. Allen ... Charlotte Clarke
Ashley Madekwe ... Ashley Davenport
Karine Vanasse ... Margaux LeMarchal
Justin Hartley ... Patrick Osbourne
Diogo Morgado ... Dr. Jorge Velez
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Months later, the Grayson hedge-fund fortune is still gone, so Conrad's governor salary seems insufficient to hang on to the Hamptons estate. Emily enjoys her engagement with Daniel, who refuses any job brokered by Conrad and, after Jack decides he no longer feels anything for the devious real Amanda whose revenge cost him everything, finally gets her to set a date: 8/8, symbolic for the intended final revenge. Nolan is free but also lost his firm, so she buys him a Hamptons house. Victoria however is happy now firstborn bastard son Patrick Osbourne has turned up and spent the summer with her, but Charlotte sort of chases him back to his freelance job. Emily organizes a grand Grayson party where Conrad's portrait is revealed, but he collapses due to an incurable, fatal genetic disease. Aiden plans a surprise revenge. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 September 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Island, New York, USA See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Ashley Madewke's final appearance as Ashley Davenport. See more »

Quotes

Charlotte Clarke: [at South Fork Inn, Patrick comes out of the shower, to find unexpected visitor] I hope you don't mind if I let myself in.
[rises from the bed]
Charlotte Clarke: My family is paying for this suite after all.
Patrick Osbourne: [towel around his hips] What are you doing here?
Charlotte Clarke: Exactly what I was going to ask you. Though I guess I know what you were doing at my house.
Patrick Osbourne: Charlotte, you don't understand.
Charlotte Clarke: And when I tell my father about you, he'll squash you like a bug.
Patrick Osbourne: Your father knows I exist.
Charlotte Clarke: Who the hell do you think you are?
Patrick Osbourne: I'm your ...
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End Credits Theme
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Composed by Fil Eisler
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A good start of season 3
14 February 2017 | by ivo-cobra8See all my reviews

Revenge Season 3 in my honest opinion is much better than the second season was. I was sick and tired of the second season and the first half of the season. The second season suppose to be a show about young girl getting revenge and not that she got involved in a love triangle. The second half was much better and the ending was exciting with a good cliffhanger. I love the first season, the second was not as good as the first one. Watching the first season I was hooked up and fall in love with Emily VanCamp she acted so perfectly brilliant that she stole my heart. The second season was a bummer and the characters were really terrible. Season 3 is much better.

Six months later from the second season: Aiden Mathis (Barry Sloane) teams up with Victoria (Madeleine Stowe)to exact revenge on Emily (Emily VanCamp) for betraying him. Nolan Ross (Gabriel Mann) is free and comes out of jail and Emily is the only one that wait's on him. He lost his firm, so Emily buys him a Hamptons house. The Grayson hedge-fund fortune is still gone, so Conrad's governor salary seems insufficient to hang on to the Hamptons estate. Emily is engaged to Daniel (Josh Bowman). Victoria however is happy now firstborn bastard son Patrick Osbourne has turned up and spent the summer with her, but Charlotte sort of chases him back to his freelance job. Emily organizes a grand Grayson party where Conrad's portrait is revealed, but he collapses due to an incurable, fatal genetic disease. Jack (Nick Wechsler) come's back to Hamptons and he kicks out Emily out of his life and the town. Ashley Davenport (Ashley Madekwe) is exiled from the Hamptons I am glad that this show didn't kill another character which is way more cooler show.

We find out more about the characters we love and I think Season 3 goes back to basics in there in which Season 1 left off. I am pretty sure this season will be much better than the season 2. Fear (Revenge) is the first episode in Season 3 and is an excellent solid episode for me, but I think is a bit an underrated episode in the third season. Madeleine Stowe is beautiful and she really acted perfectly her character Victoria, we even found more about her character in Season 2 the second half. Gabriel Mann was really terrific as Nolan Ross he is really likable and I like him a lot.

We are introduced into new characters: Margaux LeMarchal (Karine Vanasse) and Justin Hartley from Smallville as Patrick Osbourne. So I hardly wait till finish season 3 till end.

I am giving a 9/10 a wonderful score of a wonderful start for a new season.

Revenge is an American television soap opera/drama series, created by Mike Kelley and starring Madeleine Stowe and Emily VanCamp, which debuted on September 21, 2011 on ABC. The plot is inspired by the Alexandre Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo.

9/10 Grade: A- Studio: ABC Starring: Madeleine Stowe, Emily VanCamp, Gabriel Mann, Henry Czerny, Ashley Madekwe, Nick Wechsler, Josh Bowman, Barry Sloane, Christa B. Allen, Ashley Madekwe, Karine Vanasse, Justin Hartley Director: Kenneth Fink Producers: Ted Babcock, Gretchen J. Berg, Marty Bowen Screenplay: Sunil Nayar Created by Mike Kelley Joe Fazzio, Ted Sullivan executive story editor Rated: PG Running Time: 44 minutes


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