Gabriel Mann’s bisexual character of Nolan Ross on ABC’s “Revenge” is likely to go back to being involved with men during the coming season.
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For two agonizingly long weeks, America has wondered who killed Tyler (Ashton Holmes). This week’s episode of “Revenge” (“Scandal”) revealed exactly what happened.
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. *Warning this article contains spoilers about this week’s episode of “Revenge,” “Chaos”* Have you picked your jaw off… More
“Revenge” fans have been anticipating the Fire and Ice party, in celebration of Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel’s (Josh Bowman) engagement, since glimpses of it were shown in the pilot.
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. Let’s cut to the chase: did Tyler kill anyone at Daniel’s birthday clambake? It’s the question that has… More
The torture that ABC is inflicting on “Revenge” fans borders on cruel and unusual punishment. After the shocking mid-season finale which featured the jaw dropping revelation that Tyler knows absolutely everything about the Graysons, and Emily getting rid of a thorn, or should we say Thorne in her side by alerting Victoria that stripper Amanda is in town, viewers were treated to a shocking, wordless preview of the next new episode, “Duress.”
You think you have a handle on all of the byzantine relationships on “Revenge“? Last night’s episode, “Loyalty,” tears them all asunder. By the end, our antiheroine Emanda is really,… More
Thursday, as we gorge ourselves on turkey in celebration of the pilgrims, let us give thanks for the most quotable episode of “Revenge” yet, “Suspicion.” Amuse and impress your relatives… More
This week, “Revenge“ opens up its guest bedrooms to a couple of people it would rather send packing. The episode “Treachery” also sends the Party of the Week the way… More
“Revenge” continues to outdo itself. In an hour we get a hookup, a breakup, a death, a resurrection, and a delightfully awful dinner party. This week’s episode, “Charade,” opens with… More