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Perspectives: Emily Thorne - Revenge
How Revenge lost the plot
The show follows the character of Emily Thorne who returns to the Hamptons with one firm goal: to get revenge on those responsible of destroying her family. The series was picked up for a full season by ABC after garnering a high 3. Emily Thorne Emily VanCamp comes to the Hamptons for the summer, renting a home next to the Grayson family to enjoy a bright summer. However, it is revealed that Emily has been to the Hamptons before as a little girl. In reality, Emily is Amanda Clarke, whose father, David Clarke James Tupper was framed for a crime he didn't commit and sent to prison for life. She was permanently separated from him and never saw him again.
However, Emily is anything but what she seems.
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Sign in. Watch now. Secrets and truths unfold through the lives of female friends in one suburban neighborhood, after the mysterious suicide of a neighbor. Privileged teens living on the Upper East Side of New York can hide no secret from the ruthless blogger who is always watching. Four friends band together against an anonymous foe who threatens to reveal their darkest secrets, while also investigating the disappearance of their best friend.
Warning: This story contains spoilers from the series finale of Revenge. Read at your own risk! But once Jack Nick Wechsler was caught in the crossfire, Emily vowed to kill her nemesis once and for all. Though Emily had every intention of killing Victoria, David James Tupper spared her soul by pulling the trigger first. Still, Victoria got a shot off, making viewers believe for a split second that Emily would fill that second grave. Instead, it was David who eventually perished from cancer after a judge granted him leniency for killing Victoria and let him spend his final days at home with his daughter. But was this ending always the plan for Amanda Clarke?
British viewers have seen up to episode seven of season two — please do not post spoilers from later episodes below. Where did it all go wrong for Revenge? The first season of the US drama , shown on E4 in the UK, won over viewers and critics with its improbable but deftly handed tale of Emily Thorne's mission to take down the Graysons — a corrupt billionaire family who framed her father with laundering money for a terrorist organisation. But midway through season two, it seems the show has forgotten much of what made it a success. Loosely a gender-flipped retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo , the show's first season drew inspiration from Kill Bill and Dynasty to serve up a delicious and deadly cocktail of blackmail, backstabbing, adultery and covert surveillance, as Emily and her arch-nemesis Victoria Grayson attempted to out death-stare each other at a succession of lavish luncheons, parties and polo matches. It's astonishing that Madeleine Stowe, a revelation as the glamorous Machiavellian Grayson matriarch, managed to deliver her preposterously camp dialogue with a straight face.