Revenge (TV series)

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Genre Soap opera[1]
Psychological thriller
Created by Mike Kelley
Starring Madeleine Stowe
Emily VanCamp
Gabriel Mann
Henry Czerny
Ashley Madekwe
Nick Wechsler
Josh Bowman
Connor Paolo
Christa B. Allen
Barry Sloane
James Tupper
Karine Vanasse
Brian Hallisay
Elena Satine
Composer(s) iZLER (music) (credited as Fil Eisler from "Dissolution")
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 89 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Mike Kelley (seasons 1-2)
Marty C. Bowen
Wyck Godfrey
Phillip Noyce (season 1)
Melissa Loy (season 2)
Mark B. Perry (season 2)
Sunil Nayar (seasons 2-4)
Gretchen J. Berg (season 3)
Aaron Harberts (season 3)
Producer(s) Randy Sutter
Samantha Thomas
Mike Kelley
Melissa Loy (season 1)
Joe Fazzio (associate)
Ted Babcock (co-producer)
Editor(s) Martin Nicholson
Sue Blainey
Conrad Smart
Lance Luckey
Location(s) Los Angeles, California & Southampton, New York
Wilmington, North Carolina
Cinematography Chris Manley
Cynthia Pusheck
John Smith
Lance Luckey
Running time 43 minutes
Production company(s) The Page Fright Company/Mike Kelley Productions (seasons 1-2)
Temple Hill Productions
ABC Studios
Distributor Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Original network ABC
Original release September 21, 2011 (2011-09-21) – May 10, 2015 (2015-05-10)
External links
Production website

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.[2] During its first season it aired on Wednesdays at 10:00 pm (Eastern), and later airing on Sundays at 9:00 pm for seasons 2 through 4.[3][4]

The series was picked up for a full season by the ABC network television after garnering a 3.3 Nielsen rating in the 18–49 age advertising demographics for its pilot episode and regularly winning its timeslot against every other television network (CBS, Fox, The CW, and NBC) in 18–34 demos.[5][6][7] Madeleine Stowe was nominated for the 2012 Golden Globe Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a TV Drama, while the series was nominated for Favorite New TV Drama at the 2012 People's Choice Awards. Revenge has become ABC's highest-rated series in Wednesday’s 10 p.m. timeslot since Lost's 2006–2007 season and has become the only new series in more than four years to replicate the 18–49 demo ratings success that Lost had in its timeslot since leaving the air.[8][9]

Revenge was canceled after four seasons on ABC, with the final episode airing on May 10, 2015. The series finale was watched by 4.80 million viewers. On August 4, 2015, ABC announced the possibility of a spin-off series.


Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) comes to the Hamptons and rents a beach house (previously her childhood home) next door to the mansion of a wealthy family, the Graysons. Emily is actually Amanda Clarke, whose father was framed by the Graysons for treason when she was a little girl. After a lengthy trial, he was imprisoned for life, and was murdered in prison by associates of the people who framed him. Meanwhile, Amanda was separated from him and spent most of her time in a juvenile correctional facility, only to find out her father was killed six weeks before she was released on her 18th birthday. She now returns to the Hamptons as an adult to get revenge on those who wronged her and her father. Her primary target is Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe), matriarch of the Grayson family, who loved and betrayed Amanda's father. The show focuses on Amanda's plot to destroy every individual who played a role in her father's imprisonment. Along the way, she discovers various facts about her father's past which change her plans many times. As the series progresses, Amanda brings in other individuals as allies for her plan.

As Amanda executes the stages of her elaborate plan, she finds it difficult to remain emotionally detached. She struggles to identify her true motivations and examines how her actions change her sense of identity. As she enlists trusted friends into her schemes, she worries how their involvement will change their lives and how she will proceed after she enacts her revenge on those who wronged her and her father.

Cast and characters

Regular cast
Actor Character Season
1 2 3 4
Madeleine Stowe Victoria Grayson Main
Emily VanCamp Emily Thorne Main
Gabriel Mann Nolan Ross Main
Nick Wechsler Jack Porter Main
Josh Bowman Daniel Grayson Main[lower-alpha 1]
Christa B. Allen Charlotte Grayson Main[lower-alpha 2]
Henry Czerny Conrad Grayson Main Guest
Ashley Madekwe Ashley Davenport Main Guest[10] N/A
Connor Paolo Declan Porter Main N/A
Barry Sloane Aiden Mathis N/A Main[lower-alpha 3] N/A
James Tupper David Clarke Recurring Main
Karine Vanasse Margaux LeMarchal N/A Recurring Main
Brian Hallisay Ben Hunter N/A Main[lower-alpha 4]
Elena Satine Louise Ellis N/A Main[lower-alpha 5]


  1. Josh Bowman's last credited appearance as a series regular was the eleventh episode of the fourth season.
  2. Christa B. Allen's last credited appearance as a series regular was the sixth episode of the fourth season.
  3. Barry Sloane was on recurring status through the first thirteen episodes of the second season before being credited as a series regular.
  4. Brian Hallisay was on recurring status through the first seven episodes of the fourth season before being credited as a series regular.
  5. Elena Satine was on recurring status through the first fourteen episodes of the fourth season before credited as a series regular.

Development and production

In January 2011, ABC ordered the script to pilot. In March 2011, actress Emily VanCamp was cast as the lead character, and shortly afterwards it was released that Ashley Madekwe was cast in the series.[11] Madeleine Stowe and Henry Czerny joined the cast as well.[12] Max Martini and Robbie Amell joined the cast as Frank Stevens, a private investigator and Adam, a wealthy student who is hoping to attend Yale.[13][14] James Tupper replaced Marc Blucas in the role of Emily's father, after Blucas was forced to drop out due to his commitment on Necessary Roughness. Recurring Gossip Girl star Connor Paolo was cast as a series regular playing the character of Declan Porter.[15] Former Nikita star Ashton Holmes landed a recurring role as Tyler Barrol, a Harvard classmate of Daniel Grayson.[16] On 22 April 2013, it was announced that Mike Kelley was stepping down as the executive producer and showrunner after Season 2, current executive producer Sunil Nayar is expected to take over during the anticipated third season.[17] On May 3, 2013, it was confirmed that Sunil Nayar would take the reins after signing a two-year deal with ABC Studios to remain as Executive producer.[18] On May 21, 2013, it was announced that Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts had inked a two-year deal with ABC Studios which will see them serve as executive producers on the upcoming third season alongside Sunil Nayar.[19]

On May 13, 2011, ABC picked the project up to series.[20] On May 17, 2011, ABC announced that the series would air on Wednesday nights at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central, beginning in the 2011 fall season.[3] The pilot was screened early on ABC's website during a promotional tie-in with Amazon Kindle.[21]

It was announced in spring 2014 that a Revenge graphic novel was in the works, published by Marvel Comics. It will explore the origins of Emily Thorne and was released on September 3, 2014.[22]

Revenge was filmed on Stage 25 at the Manhattan Beach Studios.[23][24] Filming of the series ended on April 11, 2015.[25]

On April 29, 2015, ABC announced that Revenge would be canceled after four seasons, with its final episode broadcast on May 10.[26][27] On August 4, 2015, a possible spin-off series was announced.[28]


The pilot episode has been met with generally favorable reviews, with 66/100 from 20 media reviews on Metacritic.[29] Dorothy Rabinowitz of The Wall Street Journal praised the series, writing that "The arrival of one pure and unadulterated drama about a passion as old as man is something to celebrate. That's particularly true when that drama is as spellbinding in its satisfyingly gaudy way, as Revenge turns out to be", while awarding particular praise to Van Camp for a "beguiling and entirely chilling study in revenge lust".[30] Writing for The New York Times, Alessandra Stanley compared the series favorably with Gossip Girl, concluding that it has "just enough campy suspense to be enjoyable".[31] Episode 5 of the series received particular acclaim, with C. Orlando of TV Fanatic writing that "Revenge took things to a whole new level this week", and noting with reference to the set-up of David Clarke that "Victoria seems the only one with a conscience."[32]

Yahoo! TV mentioned the series among the top television programs of 2011.[33] The series also made the covers of Parade, Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide, and was featured in Rolling Stone,[34] Vanity Fair, Vogue, People, Us Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, and Teen Vogue magazines.

On May 10, 2012, ABC announced that it had renewed Revenge for a second season. The Hollywood Reporter reported that it was one of the first series to get a "stamp of approval" from ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee, who called the show "sexy" and "sticky", telling critics in January, "You just want more of it."[35]


The pilot episode scored 10.02 million viewers in live plus same day, winning the 10 p.m. hour time slot against CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.[36] It was reported that Revenge was the highest rated television series in the hour for ABC since Lost. On October 22, 2011, it was reported that Revenge regularly won its hour in the 18–34 and 18–49 age demographics ahead of CSI and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.[37]

After a nearly two-month hiatus beginning on February 29, 2012, Revenge returned on April 18, 2012 at No. 1 in the Nielsen ratings and won its timeslot against every other television network with a first-place finish among Total Viewers, Adults 18–49 and Adults 25–54. Revenge won over an original episode of NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in Total Viewers (+33%), Adults 18–49 (+53%) and Adults 25–54 (+45%) and generated big year-to-year time-period gains in Total Viewers (+81%), Adults 18–49 (+35%) and Adults 25–54 (+38%), rising over first-run programming on the same night last year. The April 18, 2012 episode attracted ABC’s largest audience to the hour since the middle of February sweeps on February 15, 2012.[38][39]

Revenge was ABC’s highest-rated series overall in Wednesday’s 10 p.m. hour in more than five years since Lost during the 2006–07 television season.[8]

Revenge premiered strongly during its second season, with a 3.2 adults 18-49 rating. However as the season went on, due to negative feedback on the storyline as well as the scheduling of episodes against Golden Globe Awards, NFC Championship Game and the Grammy Awards, Revenge hit lows of 2.0, 1.7 and 1.4 in the adults 18-49 rating respectively, within 3 consecutive episodes. The ratings never recovered back to the levels of the Fall 2012, and eventually ended the season with a 1.7 adults 18-49 rating.

Season Timeslot (ET) # Ep. Premiered Ended TV Season Rank Viewers
(in millions)
Date Premiere
(in millions)
Date Finale
(in millions)
Wednesday 10:00 PM
September 21, 2011
May 23, 2012
7.85[40] 2011–12 #56 8.72[41]
Sunday 9:00 PM
September 30, 2012
May 12, 2013
6.12[43] 2012–13 #32 8.87[44]
Sunday 9:00 PM
(Episodes 1 - 13)
Sunday 10:00 PM
(Episodes 14 - 22)
September 29, 2013
May 11, 2014
4.87[46] 2013–14 #39 8.44[47]
Sunday 10:00 PM
September 28, 2014
May 10, 2015
4.80[50] 2014–15 #83 6.74[51]

Awards and nominations

Revenge was nominated for Favorite New TV Drama at the 2012 People's Choice Awards.[52] Madeleine Stowe received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a TV drama.[53]

Year Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
2012 Awards[54] Favorite Guilty Pleasure Revenge Won
People's Choice Awards Favorite New TV Drama Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Madeleine Stowe Nominated
Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association Television Performance of the Year Nominated
Campy TV Show of the Year Revenge Won
Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing — Television Episodic — Music Nominated
Gracie Allen Awards Outstanding Drama Won
NewNowNext Awards Best New Indulgence Won
Next Mega Star Emily VanCamp Nominated
Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series — Recurring Young Actress Ten and Under Emily Alyn Lind Won
ALMA Awards Favorite TV Actress — Drama Madeleine Stowe Nominated
Casting Society of America Announces Artios Awards[55] Television Pilot — Drama Revenge Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Show: Drama Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama Emily VanCamp Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Show Revenge Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Star: Male Josh Bowman Nominated
Choice TV Male Scene Stealer Gabriel Mann Nominated
Television Critics Association Awards Outstanding New Program Revenge Nominated
2013 People's Choice Awards Favorite Network TV Drama Nominated
Costume Designers Guild Awards Outstanding Contemporary Television Series Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[56] Choice TV Show: Drama Revenge Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama Emily VanCamp Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Drama Joshua Bowman Nominated
Nick Wechsler Nominated
2014 45th NAACP Image Awards[57] Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series — Ep. "Mercy" Karin Gist Nominated
2015 41st People's Choice Awards Favorite Network TV Drama [58] Revenge Nominated


The music for Revenge is composed by iZLER. In 2013 Intrada released an album featuring selections from his work for the first two seasons.[59] From season three's "Dissolution" onwards, iZLER is credited as Fil Eisler. Angus and Julia Stone's For You is also heavily featured throughout the series.

No. Title Length
1. "Mortal Vindication (Revenge Main Theme)"   2:30
2. "Lose Your Compassion"   1:38
3. "Previous Investments"   2:03
4. "Destiny"   3:23
5. "The Wrong Amanda (Emily And Aiden Theme)"   1:43
6. "Who Is the Falcon?"   2:07
7. "Meet the Graysons"   2:25
8. "The Christening"   1:51
9. "Tyler Goes Nuts"   2:03
10. "Return to the Fire and Ice Ball"   1:46
11. "Don't Say a Word"   1:52
12. "The Marriage of Jack and Fauxmanda"   3:12
13. "Honor Thy Father"   2:00
14. "High Tension Boating (SOS Theme Pt.1)"   3:48
15. "The Sinking (SOS Theme Pt.2)"   4:44
16. "Requiem for Amanda"   4:56
17. "Sins of the Mother"   3:23
18. "Farewell Fauxmanda"   3:25
19. "Darkness"   2:39
20. "Stabbed in the Back"   2:28
21. "A Farewell to Porters"   2:03
22. "I Am Amanda Clarke"   7:23
23. "Adagio for Emily/Let It Play"   1:32


In Australia, it debuted on Seven Network on February 13, 2012,[60] with the second season returning on February 4, 2013,[61] the third season returning on February 3, 2014,[62] and the fourth season returning on February 23, 2015.[63]

In Canada, Revenge airs simultaneously on City.[64][65][66][67]

In Ireland, it airs on RTÉ.[68] In New Zealand, the show airs on TVNZ.[69]

In the United Kingdom, the series premiered on E4 on May 28, 2012,[70] with season two returning on January 7, 2013,[71] season three returning on January 6, 2014,[72] and season four returning on January 5, 2015.[73]

Currently in the UK the full Box Set of all episodes is available free to Sky TV subscribers (April 2016).


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