Revenge (season 1)

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Revenge season 1
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Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes22
Original channelABC
Original runSeptember 21, 2011 (2011-09-21) – May 23, 2012 (2012-05-23)
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Region 1August 21, 2012 (2012-08-21)[1]
Region 2November 19, 2012 (2012-11-19)[2]
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Revenge season 1
Revenge S1 DVD.jpg
Region 1 DVD cover art
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes22
Original channelABC
Original runSeptember 21, 2011 (2011-09-21) – May 23, 2012 (2012-05-23)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1August 21, 2012 (2012-08-21)[1]
Region 2November 19, 2012 (2012-11-19)[2]
Region 4October 3, 2012 (2012-10-03)[3]
Season chronology
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Next →
Season 2
List of Revenge episodes

The first season of the ABC American television drama series Revenge premiered on September 21, 2011 and concluded on May 23, 2012, with a total of 22 episodes. The series was created by Mike Kelley and is inspired by the Alexandre Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo.[4] The series stars Madeleine Stowe and Emily VanCamp.



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 was framed for a crime he did not commit and sent to prison for life. She was permanently separated from him and never saw him again. Now, she has returned to the Hamptons, intent on getting revenge against those who wronged her and her father, the top of that list being Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe), matriarch of the Grayson family and the woman whom her father loved and who, in the end, betrayed him.

As she sets her plan in motion, Emily tries to navigate the upper society to destroy those who betrayed her father. But the further she goes, the more her emotions get involved and the more she questions her motives and the moves she makes.


Main cast

Recurring cast

Development and production

In January 2011, ABC ordered the script to pilot. In March 2011, actress Emily VanCamp was cast as the lead character, and shortly afterwards it was released that Ashley Madekwe was cast in the series.[5] Madeleine Stowe and Henry Czerny joined the cast as well.[6] Max Martini and Robbie Amell joined the cast as Frank Stevens, a private investigator and Adam, a wealthy student who is hoping to attend Yale.[7][8] James Tupper replaced Marc Blucas in the role of Emily's father, after Blucas was forced to drop out due to his commitment on Necessary Roughness. Recurring Gossip Girl star Connor Paolo was cast as a series regular playing the character of Declan Porter.[9] Former Nikita star Ashton Holmes landed a recurring role as Tyler Barrol, a Harvard classmate of Daniel Grayson.[10]

On May 13, 2011, ABC picked the project up to series.[11] On May 17, 2011, ABC announced that the series would air on Wednesday nights at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central in the 2011 fall season.[12]


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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
11"Pilot"Phillip NoyceMike KelleySeptember 21, 2011 (2011-09-21)10.02[13]
As a summer to remember begins in the Hamptons, new arrival Emily Thorne dazzles the members of high society by making herself known in the exclusive social circle of Grayson Global CEO Conrad Grayson and his socialite wife Victoria. But it soon becomes clear that the beguiling young philanthropist has a dark past. Emily was once known as Amanda Clarke, a young nine-year-old whose life was torn apart when her father – Grayson Global hedge fund manager David Clarke – was falsely accused of channeling money to a terrorist organization responsible for the downing of a commercial airliner. Now living under an assumed identity, she is determined to seek vengeance on the people who destroyed her father's life – the two main conspirators being Conrad and Victoria Grayson – by making their lives come crashing down around them. Amidst facing unwanted ally Nolan Ross and meeting potential new romance Daniel Grayson, Emily sets her sights on Lydia Davis – the woman who was David Clarke's secretary – and prepares to set her master plan in motion. Because when everything you love has been stolen from you, someone has to pay. 
22"Trust"Phillip NoyceMike Kelley & Joe FazzioSeptember 28, 2011 (2011-09-28)8.54[14]
As Emily juggles forming an alliance with Nolan and going on her first date with Daniel, she begins to set her sights on Bill Harmon – one of Wall Street's top hedge fund managers and the man who was once David Clarke's trusted friend. Victoria's suspicions about Emily prompt her and Conrad's head of security Frank Stevens to dig deeper into the young socialite's mysterious past while Amanda Clarke's only childhood friend Jack Porter learns his father Carl may lose the Stowaway Tavern to his debt situation and fears that his younger brother Declan is falling in love with Victoria's teenage daughter Charlotte. 
33"Betrayal"Matt Earl BeesleySalvatore StabileOctober 5, 2011 (2011-10-05)7.68[15]
Emily targets both the political and professional life of incumbent US Senator Tom Kingsley – the ambitious federal prosecutor who convicted David Clarke – with Nolan as her ally. Victoria begins to remember her secret love affair with David Clarke as her suspicions about Emily become even greater; Daniel is confronted with his dark past during a sudden reunion with his ex-girlfriend's brother; Declan continues falling for Charlotte only to discover that her boyfriend Adam is having an affair; Jack is devastated in the aftermath of his father's sudden death; and Emily's best friend, event planner Ashley Davenport, finds herself attracted to Daniel's college friend Tyler Barrol – who has an agenda of his own. 
44"Duplicity"Matt ShakmanWendy CalhounOctober 12, 2011 (2011-10-12)7.90[16]
Emily trains her sights on taking down renowned therapist Dr. Michelle Banks, the psychiatrist responsible for institutionalizing Amanda Clarke, and plans to reveal some of her client's darkest secrets. Victoria starts preparing Charlotte for the "Mothers & Daughters United for Peace of Mind" charity benefit and notices that Charlotte is getting to know Declan better; Conrad pays Lydia a secret visit in order to restart their relationship; Jack faces a difficult decision about the Stowaway Tavern's future; and Tyler seduces Ashley while also finding Emily to be a possible rival. 
55"Guilt"Kenneth FinkNikki ToscanoOctober 19, 2011 (2011-10-19)7.94[17]
When Lydia returns to the Hamptons with a vendetta against both Emily and Victoria, Conrad discovers she plans to reveal her involvement in the David Clarke conspiracy. Victoria is overwhelmed with feelings of guilt over her involvement in David Clarke's demise; Daniel makes a life-changing decision after learning of Tyler's betrayal; Declan's relationship with Charlotte continues to evolve; and Nolan discovers Lydia is suspicious about Emily when the secret camera he placed in Emily's house ends up in Lydia's Manhattan apartment. At the conclusion of the episode, Frank breaks into Lydia's apartment and finds a series of items that suggest Lydia was behind the downfall of Bill Harmon, Senator Kingsley and Dr. Michelle Banks – unaware that Emily arranged for the items to be sent. Lydia returns to the apartment and the two engage in a scuffle that results in Lydia falling five stories onto the roof of a taxi, a scuffle that Nolan witnesses from his whale cam. 
66"Intrigue"Tim HunterDan Dworkin & Jay BeattieOctober 26, 2011 (2011-10-26)8.72[18]
With Lydia now in a comatose state and preparations for Victoria's annual Fourth of July gala underway, Emily plans to break the bond of trust between Conrad and Frank with the incriminating video of Frank pushing Lydia off her apartment balcony – and see to it that the tension with Tyler comes to an end. Daniel plans to get a job as a bartender at the Stowaway Tavern and finds his first night may be his last; Nolan finds himself in a situation when Frank threatens him; and Declan plans to lavish Charlotte with money he gets in a bold move. 
77"Charade"Sanford BookstaverMark B. Perry & Joe FazzioNovember 2, 2011 (2011-11-02)8.58[19]
Conrad and Victoria's plans to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a simple family dinner are ruined when a high-profile newspaper article spotlights Emily's relationship with Daniel – and leads to several unwanted guests attending dinner. Nolan is enlisted to get Tyler away from the Graysons and ends up being seduced instead; Conrad is haunted in the wake of Lydia's accident and a desperate Frank digs into Emily's past in order to prove his steadfast loyalty to Victoria. At the conclusion of the episode, Frank learns Emily's real identity along with another secret from her dark past: the real Emily Thorne switched identities with Amanda Clarke during their time in juvenile detention. Victoria demands Conrad move out of their mansion, Lydia wakes up from her coma and Frank confronts 'Amanda' at the strip club where she works only to be murdered in cold blood. 
88"Treachery"Bobby RothRyan ScottNovember 16, 2011 (2011-11-16)7.98[20]
Emily's master plan begins to unravel when the real Emily Thorne arrives in the Hamptons - after killing Frank - and seduces Jack, making the young woman an unwanted pawn in the game. Victoria's unstable relationship with her family grows increasingly tense as a recovering Lydia slowly begins to remember and an embittered Tyler begins to play dirty. 
99"Suspicion"Bethany RooneySalvatore StabileNovember 23, 2011 (2011-11-23)7.30[21]
After learning 'Amanda' has turned against her, a desperate Emily turns to her mentor Satoshi Takeda for advice. Victoria's worst nightmare comes true when she finds herself alone in her life, Charlotte continues her secret romance with Declan, Ashley betrays Emily in an attempt to have Victoria see her as more than an assistant and Tyler's negative influence over Daniel continues to grow. 
1010"Loyalty"J. Miller TobinWendy Calhoun & Nikki ToscanoDecember 7, 2011 (2011-12-07)7.35[22]
Emily discovers Nolan's sexual liaisons with Tyler and plans to use it to her advantage but continues to question Nolan's loyalty. Jack's romance with 'Amanda' continues to blossom as word of her presence spreads throughout the Hamptons, Conrad files for divorce and Victoria is persuaded to hire attorney and old friend Ryan Huntley to represent her – the same man who represented David Clarke at his trial. 
1111"Duress"Jamie BabbitElle TriedmanJanuary 4, 2012 (2012-01-04)8.06[23]
Emily plans to eliminate Tyler from interfering with her master plan, Charlotte becomes a pawn in her parents' bitter divorce proceedings and Conrad continues to be blackmailed by Tyler. At the conclusion of the episode, an unstable Tyler interrupts Daniel's birthday celebration and threatens to kill Emily unless Conrad tells the truth about David Clarke. Nolan however manages to escape from his bindings with the help of Tyler's brother Alexander and stops Tyler at the last minute. Tyler is then knocked unconscious by Daniel and arrested by the Hamptons Police. It is later revealed that Emily planted Frank's wallet on Tyler and Victoria learns that Huntley knows a doctor who will forge documents proving she had a miscarriage, which will invalidate her prenuptial agreement with Conrad, due to duress. 
1212"Infamy"Matt Earl BeesleyDan Dworkin & Jay BeattieJanuary 11, 2012 (2012-01-11)7.58[24]
Emily sets her sights on a new target when best-selling author Mason Treadwell, a news reporter who became famous after writing a tell-all that condemned David Clarke, returns to the Hamptons. Conrad orchestrates a plan to get Daniel involved in the divorce proceedings, Victoria plans to take control of Grayson Global and Jack begins to feel he's let his guard down with 'Amanda'. At the conclusion of the episode, Emily infiltrates Mason's home while he is at dinner with Nolan and manages to steal several tapes – containing interviews Mason had with David Clarke – before setting the house on fire. The next morning, Emily watches one of the tapes and learns the possibilty of Charlotte being David Clarke's biological daughter, and her own half-sister. 
1313"Commitment"Kenneth FinkMark B. Perry & Liz TigelaarJanuary 18, 2012 (2012-01-18)7.67[25]
Daniel plans on proposing to Emily and gain access to his trust fund, a devastated Charlotte is forced to move back home with her mother, Jack's life is put in jeopardy when someone close betrays him and Nolan forces Emily to think twice about her actions. At the conclusion of the episode, it's revealed that Huntley is working for Emily and switched the DNA samples only for Victoria to fire him. Emily tells 'Amanda' the truth and convinces her to leave the Hamptons to keep Jack safe. Daniel confronts Victoria about Charlotte and begins to think David Clarke raped his mother when she finds it difficult to talk about their affair. Daniel then tells Emily and her plan for revenge is intensified. 
1414"Perception"Tim HunterNikki Toscano & Sallie PatrickFebruary 8, 2012 (2012-02-08)7.70[26]
As Emily and Daniel prepare for their upcoming engagement party, Jack becomes even more concerned about where 'Amanda' has gone and Victoria decides to regain the upper hand in her divorce from Conrad by using his father Edward Grayson, original CEO of Grayson Global and current Board Chairman against him. At the conclusion of the episode, Jack interrupts the Graysons' dinner party and warns Victoria to stop her lies. Conrad reveals the truth that Charlotte is David Clarke's biological daughter and that Victoria had an affair with him. Edward, angered with Conrad and Victoria, suggests to Conrad that Daniel should become the CEO of Grayson Global. Emily then returns home to find that someone has broken in and stolen her infinity box, and knows her secret. 
1515"Chaos"Sanford BookstaverMark Fish & Joe FazzioFebruary 15, 2012 (2012-02-15)7.69[27]
Back to where the pilot began, it is Labor Day weekend in the Hamptons and the Graysons are eager to celebrate Daniel's engagement to Emily at the "Fire & Ice Ball." But when Tyler makes an unexpected return and kidnaps 'Amanda', Emily's vendetta puts everyone she loves and hates in imminent mortal danger. Jack meanwhile resolves to find 'Amanda' and Charlotte takes desperate measures to soothe the pain of her family's betrayal. At the conclusion of the episode, Jack follows 'Amanda' to the beach and finds her standing over a dead body. When Charlotte and Declan appear for a midnight swim, Jack attempts to hide the body but Daniel's cellphone rings and forces him to run off with his sweatshirt covered in blood. As Charlotte's screams alert the guests, Satoshi Takeda takes 'Amanda' in his car and it's revealed that the dead body is Tyler's. Daniel emerges a moment later in a dazed state with his tuxedo covered in Tyler's blood and Victoria tells him not to say anything. 
1616"Scandal"Kenneth FinkElle TriedmanFebruary 29, 2012 (2012-02-29)7.53[28]
The Hamptons Police Department investigates the murder of Tyler Barrol and suspects Daniel is the killer, Declan suspects Jack was the hooded figure on the beach, Ashley betrays Daniel in order to increase her career and Emily works with Nolan to get Jack out of the Hamptons. At the conclusion of the episode, Daniel is arrested for Tyler's murder and sent to Riker's Island after being denied bail. It is then revealed that Satoshi Takeda is the one who killed Tyler and framed Daniel in order to help Emily's master plan. 
1717"Doubt"Matt Earl BeesleyStory by: Mike Kelley
Teleplay by: Dan Dworkin & Jay Beattie
April 18, 2012 (2012-04-18)7.77[29]
As Daniel stands trial for Tyler's murder, Victoria's surprise reunion with her ex-lover Dominik Wright poses a threat to her family's struggles and Jack's desperate search for Amanda is put on hold when he is named a prime suspect in the murder investigation. When Emily discovers Victoria's new henchman, Lee Moran, she beats him up in a dark alley and makes an imprint of his key. 
1818"Justice"Bobby RothLiz Tigelaar & Sallie PatrickApril 25, 2012 (2012-04-25)7.03[30]
As the Graysons become embroiled in an insidious cover-up, Emily discovers that her father's death was intentional and Declan's relationship with a self-destructive Charlotte deteriorates when he testifies in court as the prosecution's final witness in the 'People v. Daniel Grayson' trial. Daniel is more and more suspicious of Emily's intentions, until finally he shows up at her house, possibly with consequences due to his ankle bracelet. His argument is that Emily is sneaking around with Jack. Emily steals Jack's bloody coat and leaves it in Lee Moran's car, which leads to him being sent to Riker's. When Lee threatens to expose Victoria and Conrad for the David Clarke scandal, Conrad orders his henchman to murder Lee Moran. The episode ends with Daniel's release from jail in the hands of Judge Hawthorne, and with Emily learning the Grayson's ordered the same henchman that killed Lee, to kill David Clarke. 
1919"Absolution"Sanford BookstaverNikki Toscano & Ryan ScottMay 2, 2012 (2012-05-02)7.14[31]
Because of Conrad's framing of Lee Moran for the murder of Tyler Barrol, Daniel is released from Riker's Island. Victoria gives the SEC confidential information that leads to an investigation on Grayson Global and the discovery of a mysterious photograph taken of David Clarke the day he died leads Emily to more clues concerning his murder - and to former Grayson Global secretary Carol Miller, a woman turns out to be Nolan's aunt. Conrad tells Daniel everything about the David Clarke case, with Daniel promising Conrad to take over Grayson Global, if Conrad is ever convicted. Daniel makes his loyalty to his father known in a television interview with ABC News reporter Cynthia McFadden. When Emily learns that Daniel knows of the David Clarke scandal and his loyalty to his father, she tells Nolan that if Daniel stands in her path, she won't hold back. Conrad also hires Ashley, after her job referral with Benjamin Brooks falls through. 
2020"Legacy"Eric LaneuvilleDan Dworkin & Jay BeattieMay 9, 2012 (2012-05-09)7.01[32]
In 2002, a reckless Emily is still Amanda Clarke and begins putting together the information that maybe her father was framed by the Graysons. Emily goes undercover as a server at the Grayson's New Year's Eve party and many of the people aware of David Clarke being framed are in attendance. As her determination and anger grows she hatches a plan for revenge to avenge her father but before she can get evidence from Roger Halstead, he is murdered by the Grayson's head of security, Frank Stevens, who he believes sent an incriminating letter to the Graysons. But in the end it is revealed that Roger Halstead's death was a mistake as Mason Treadwell admits to Victoria he sent the letter. 
2121"Grief"Randy ZiskMark Fish & Joe FazzioMay 16, 2012 (2012-05-16)6.90[33]
Emily steps up the hunt on finding information and searching for the white-haired man that killed her father in prison. Daniel and Emily have an argument during their wedding planning with Ashley. Emily and Jack console each other, when Jack's dog Sammy becomes fatally ill. Emily and Jack kiss and Ashley witnesses them. Lydia returns with a vengeance against Victoria and a passion for Conrad. Victoria finds damaging information on Grayson Global hidden behind the deKooning that Dominik forged. But when Daniel tricks Victoria to return the evidence, Emily hatches a plan to steal the documents from Daniel's briefcase. Declan becomes friendly with Jaime Cardaci, a new female student, to which Charlotte discovers and she doubles her drug addiction with cocaine. As Nolan plants cameras in the white-haired man's home, he is knocked unconscious and kidnapped. 
2222"Reckoning"Sanford BookstaverMike Kelley & Mark B. PerryMay 23, 2012 (2012-05-23)7.85[34]
Emily moves forward with the final phases of her master plan of revenge against the Graysons, as their empire is slowly self-destructing. But when Emily discovers her closest ally, Nolan, has been kidnapped and held hostage by the white-haired man she comes face to face with him and a battle to the death emerges. Ashley has to make an important decision regarding her loyalties to Conrad and Victoria, and whether she reveals to Daniel what she saw between Jack and Emily. Daniel confronts Emily, and Emily says the reason why she did what she did was because he was not the person she fell in love with and he is turning into all the things he never wanted to be, a Grayson. She gives him the engagement ring back. Emily decides she will tell Jack that she loves him, and she will reveal her true identity. However, she finds that Amanda is back and she is pregnant, leaving Emily heartbroken. Because of John McGowen, Victoria discovers Conrad signed contracts to kill David Clarke. Victoria and John McGowen fly away to Washington D.C. for the incriminating trial of the century regarding Conrad Grayson and the recent terrorist allegations that have been released to the SEC. The "white-haired man" pulls the wheel brakes off the plane to Washington, D.C. where Victoria Grayson and Lydia Davis were on board, causing the plane to crash. After hearing that no survivors have been found, Charlotte calls Declan to tell him, but he yells back that he will never speak to her again before angrily hanging up the phone. As a result, Charlotte overdoses. Nolan reveals to Emily a dark secret from the evidence that Conrad tried to destroy and that the death of her father is so much more than the Graysons and that many others played a role in this false accusation. Emily finds out her mother is still alive from a very old security camera tape of Victoria Grayson and she tells Nolan to resume playing the tape so she can presumably find her mother. 


Critical reception

The first season has been met with generally favorable reviews, with a collective score of 8.3/10 from 23,526 users on IMDB and 66/100 from 20 media reviews on Metacritic.[35][36]

Dorothy Rabinowitz of The Wall Street Journal praised the series, writing that "The arrival of one pure and unadulterated drama about a passion as old as man is something to celebrate. That's particularly true when that drama is as spellbinding in its satisfyingly gaudy way, as Revenge turns out to be", whilst awarding particular praise to Van Camp for a "beguiling and entirely chilling study in revenge lust."[37] Writing for The New York Times, Alessandra Stanley compared the series favorably with Gossip Girl, concluding that it has "just enough campy suspense to be enjoyable."[38] Episode 5 of the series received particular acclaim, with C. Orlando of TV Fanatic writing that "Revenge took things to a whole new level this week", and noting with reference to the set-up of David Clarke that "Victoria seems the only one with a conscience".[39]

BuddyTV ranked Revenge #3 on its list of 2011's best new TV shows.[40] Yahoo! TV also mentioned the series among the top television programs of 2011.[41]

The series made the covers of Parade, Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide, and was featured in Rolling Stone,[42] Vanity Fair, Vogue, People, Us Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, and Teen Vogue magazine. The season finale "Reckoning" was met with critical acclaim by fans and critics as well, calling the episode "the best season finale of 2012".[citation needed]


The pilot episode scored a 3.3 Nielsen rating in the 18-49 age demographic and 10.02 million viewers, winning the 10 pm hour time slot against CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.[43] It was reported that Revenge is the highest rated television series in the hour for ABC since Lost. On October 22, 2011, it was reported that Revenge regularly won its hour in the 18-34 and 18-49 age demographics ahead of CSI and Law & Order: SVU.[44]

After a nearly two month hiatus since February 29, 2012, Revenge returned on April 18, 2012 at No. 1 in the Nielsen ratings and won its timeslot against every other television network with a first-place finish among Total Viewers, Adults 18-49 and Adults 25-54. Revenge won over an original episode of NBC's Law & Order: SVU in Total Viewers (+33%), Adults 18-49 (+53%) and Adults 25-54 (+45%) and generated big year-to-year time-period gains in Total Viewers (+81%), Adults 18-49 (+35%) and Adults 25-54 (+38%), rising over first-run programming on the same night last year. The April 18, 2012 episode attracted ABC’s largest audience to the hour since the middle of February sweeps on February 15, 2012.[45][46]

On April 25, 2012, Revenge won its timeslot for the second consecutive week when the episode rated at No. 1 in the Nielsen ratings among Total Viewers, Adults 18-49, Adults 18-34, and Adults 25-54.[47][48]

Revenge is ABC’s highest-rated series overall in Wednesday’s 10 p.m. hour in more than 4 years since Lost during the 2006-07 television season.[49]

UK Ratings

The first season was broadcast on Monday nights at 9 pm on E4.

Episode #TitleAirdateE4
1"Pilot"May 28, 2012839#4
2"Trust"June 4, 2012645#7
3"Betrayal"June 11, 2012865#1
4"Duplicity"June 18, 2012916#1
5"Guilt"June 25, 2012994#1
6"Intrigue"July 2, 2012925#1
7"Charade"July 9, 2012833#2
8"Treachery"July 16, 2012840#2
9"Suspicion"July 23, 2012826#1
10"Loyalty"July 30, 2012831#1
11"Duress"August 6, 2012765#1
12"Infamy"August 13, 2012N/AN/A
13"Commitment"August 20, 2012938#1
14"Perception"August 27, 2012905#1
15"Chaos"September 3, 2012742#2
16"Scandal"September 10, 2012846#1
17"Doubt"September 17, 2012777#2
18"Justice"September 24, 2012829#1
19"Absolution"October 1, 2012TBRTBR
20"Legacy"October 8, 2012TBRTBR
21"Grief"October 15, 2012TBRTBR
22"Reckoning"October 22, 2012TBRTBR

aViewers in thousands.
All viewer figures and weekly ranks are from BARB.[50]


The first season of Revenge was nominated for Favorite New TV Drama at the 2012 People's Choice Awards.[51] Madeleine Stowe received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a TV drama.[52]

YearAwardCategoryRecipients and nomineesOutcome Awards[53]Favorite Guilty PleasureRevengeWon
People's Choice AwardsFavorite New TV DramaNominated
Golden Globe AwardsBest Actress – Television Series DramaMadeleine StoweNominated
Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics AssociationTelevision Performance of the YearNominated
NewNowNext AwardsBest New IndulgenceRevengeWon
Next Mega StarEmily VanCampNominated

Home media releases

The first season of Revenge will be released on DVD on August 21, 2012 in region 1. The set includes all 22 episodes and bonus material such as "Nolan's World: An Interview With The Infamous Nolan Ross"; "Lifestyles Of The Rich And Dangerous: The Making Of REVENGE"; "Hamptons Bound: Preparing For Life At The Shore"; deleted scenes and bloopers.[1]


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