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Revenge On Hulu

Revenge – The act of inflicting hurt or harm on someone for an injury or wrong suffered at their hands.

Revenge is an American drama televisionseries created by Mike Kelly, starring Emily VanCamp (Emily Thorne/AmandaClarke) and Madeleine Stowe (Victoria Grayson). Revenge cancelled after four seasons,the exciting, drama filled show will have you plotting your next sweet, sweetrevenge.

A young Amanda Clarke also known as Emily Thorne (VanCamp) comes to the Hamptons and rents a beach house (previously her childhood home) next to the wealthy, powerful family the Grayson’s. She returns as an adult to seek revenge on those that wronged her and her father David Clarke (James Tupper). David was set up to take the fall for a terrorist attack on flight 197 that killed numerous people and destroyed families, He was later murdered in prison. When she was taken away from her father, she spent time in a foster home and then graduated to juvenile where she met the real Emily Thorne (Margarita Levieva) and became friends, she later asks Emily if they can switch names.  

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When she returned to the Hamptons,she comes with a box her father gave her, a picture of everyone that wrongedthem and a red marker ready to take shake things up.  Her first day at the Hamptons she was invitedto a boat party and sets her eyes on Daniel Grayson (Joshua Tobias Bowman)Victoria Grayson’s son her arch enemy. She “accidentally” spills her drink onhim and the sparks instantly fly between the two. Now, that Emily has a wayinto the family home she wastes no time making their lives a living hell.

Emily stays true to her planto take down the Graysons but find it extremely hard to protect her love onesand friends, whom are highly invested in helping her with her elaborate plan. Theshow keeps you in your feet from beginning to end. You will love the lies,lust, classy shade and sweet revenge.

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