Revenge Season 2 Trailer: Unfinished Business

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ABC has released the first official trailer for Revenge Season 2.

While featuring some footage from the opening run of this thriller, the video also captures new scenes and moments from upcoming episodes, including a shot of Emily tied to a post in the ocean, the tide rising over her head.

Revenge shifts to Sundays this fall and returns on September 30, with a host of new characters and mysteries on the way. Foremost among then: Jennifer Jason Leigh comes on board as Emily's mother.

Watch the promo now:

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I Love this show, Emily is an awesome character played by an awesome actress, this is one of the best shows on prime time in long time, I hope they can keep the story line going, it truly entertaining, I can hardly wait for the new season to start


Oh mahn.... i just love the show filled with humour, anger, guilt and by the way Emily character really suits her, stunning and darring eyes....


I think the woman she hugs sort of looks like Charlotte... And yes, what is up with the two men on the rocks as Emily apparently drowns? And where's Victoria? Clever move not including her.


Delphin, I may be wrong, but she seems too short to be Ashley or Charlotte... Definitely not Ashley, she's too tall.




The new footage looks so intense!
btw, did anyone notice the two men at 0:22? Wonder who could that be..


Near the end of the trailer Emily hugs a red haired lady on a boat full of people... is she her mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh)? Cant' waiiiiiiiiit!!!! :)

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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.