Revenge Season 2: The First Promo!

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Emily Thorne did a great deal of moving, shaking and scheming on Revenge Season 1.

But the first official promo for this thriller's upcoming second season teases the character's most ambitious maneuver yet: a switch to Sunday night.

Indeed, Revenge is headed to a new time slot in the fall, airing on the most competition evening TV has to offer. Is Emily up for the challenge? Doubt her at your own risk...

This is what we know so far about Revenge Season 2:

  • We'll meet Emily's mother and Victoria's mother.
  • We'll also meet Conrad's son from his first marriage.
  • The premiere will kick off with a wedding and then catch viewers up, flashback style, over the subsequent set of episodes.
  • We'll be introduced to a new doctor and a new protege for Ashley.
  • One of the three deaths teased on the May finale will stick.
  • Nolan will get a female love interest.

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@Dale: A promo is just a promotional tool. The article didn't say there was any new footage -- but it's in promotion of Season 2 is all.


Haha i would love to know how that is called a promo. It just 15 seconds of telling us its moving to sunday with scenes from S1.


Why can't I see this on my phone? Everything else I've watched on this site has worked but there's no picture, just sound. I hope I didn't miss anything.


"And i'm just getting started." mainly flashback scenes but pretty good and really exciting


CANNOT WAIT FOR REVENGE SEASON 2. most intrigued by.... I can't decide.
A new protege for ashley?? what the heck.. Hope the wedding isn't for ashley and daniel ewww..


What kind of promo was that??


I'm sooooo excited!!!


Goodbye Lidia and I cannot wait for Revenge to come back on.

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Revenge Quotes

My father once wrote, always question where your loyalty lies. The people you trust will expect it, your greatest enemies will desire it and those you treasure the most will without fail, abuse it.

Emily Thorne

The greatest weapon anyone can use against us is our own mind. By preying on the doubts and uncertainties that already lurk there. Are we true to to ourselves? Or do we live for the expectations of others? And if we are open and honest, can we ever truly be loved? Can we find the courage to release our deepest secrets, or in the end are we all unknowable... even to ourselves.