Another onset television series by ABC studios, executive producers Mike Kelley, Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, and Philip Noyce, joined by director Noyce once again brings in a new addition to their growing lists of television series entitled “Revenge”.

Revenge is another thrilling American television drama which was compared likely to the novel of Alexandre Dumas – The Count of Monte Cristo. The show features the equally beautiful Madeleine Stowe and Emily VanCamp.

Emily VanCamp plays Emily Thorne , her real name is Amanda Clarke and decided to move back to The Hamptons to take a full revenge on the people who caused the death of his father David played by James Tupper.

Her father spent his life in prison for terrorism charges, and later died in the prison. Emily took it to herself to make the people who destroyed her life and her father pay for her troubles. She was put in the juvenile detention after her father’s death and later inherited her father’s wealth on her 18th birthday.

The good thing about this show is that Revenge gives you enough reason to understand where it is going to lead in the first few episodes of the story. The scenes are shot in several different occasions, including North Carolina, Manhattan Beach and California. We know that the story has the potential to make the series last for at least, predicted by many is good for 4 or five orders of seasons, the whole success will likely come from the ability of the lead star to make the audience believe of her fierceness and her prowess.

Although she has beautiful and sexy physical appearance, her sweet-like face features is a little far from what is really described in the show. The other casts were well-casts in terms of their ability to relate to their respective characters.

The show is definitely a good show, for a start and they’ve done a good job overall, in making the innocent look of the heroine believable. If you haven’t seen the series yet, we believe that is a high time you do.

 

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