Revenge returns December 8th, with the midseason finale on December 15th. We still don’t know if the show returns in January for a few episodes before it’s final return in March, or if it’s just an extra long winter from December to March.
“Confession” – With a new lease on life, Nolan throws a housewarming party worthy of The Hampton’s elite, but an unexpected guest leads to a showdown that sends shockwaves through the community, while Conrad’s mortality causes him to question his sins, on “Revenge,” SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET)
Madeleine is currently featured in the newest Fall/Winter issue of New Beauty Magazine and I’ve gotten my hands on it and made scans for the site! There is also read an interview with Madeleine exclusively on the New Beauty website.
There is also a stunning behind the scenes video of Madeleine’s photoshoot:
As soon as the photographs are officially launched I also hope to feature them in our upcoming new layout, so stay tuned down the line for that.
REVENGE – “Fear” – The summer season kicks off in The Hamptons as Emily Thorne’s course of revenge is renewed and set against an unexpected timeline. Meanwhile the return of Victoria Grayson’s son brings changes and complications to the all-powerful family. And a glimpse into the future shows that the wedding of the century may lead to Emily’s ultimate demise, on the Season 3 Premiere of “Revenge,” SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET)
When ABC’s Revenge returns September 29, six months will have passed since last season’s finale, when Patrick Osbourne (Justin Hartley), the long-lost son of Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe), appeared on her doorstep. “Through Patrick, we get to see who Victoria was and what a fierce mother she is,” says the show’s new executive producer, Sunil Nayar. “We’ll see honest regret and the creation of a bond we never saw with [her younger children] Daniel and Charlotte.”
That bond won’t make Victoria’s second and third born very happy. “All of a sudden this new guy is getting all of her attention,” says Hartley, who played fan fave Oliver Queen on Smallville. “They feel a little slighted and take it out on Patrick. On a scale of one to 10, he’s treated like a one.” As for Patrick’s true intentions for reconnecting with his mother, “You can look no further than the title of the show,” hints Hartley. “Suffice it to say, he will do anything for his mother and may lash out if you mistreat Mommy.”