JP Liz V1 Registered User
#211

So is Aidan really Victoria's son?

Alfred Borden Registered User
#212

Too long of breaks between episodes! Next episode isnt for weeks!

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Alfred Borden Registered User
#213

JP Liz V1 said:
So is Aidan really Victoria's son?


No I dont think so
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tipp_Gunner Registered User
#214

Raf32 said:
Too long of breaks between episodes! Next episode isnt for weeks!



Very true. Gas thing is its more compressed then series 1.

32 weeks between the start and finish of the series vs 35 weeks span in season 1.

It drives me mad to watch a US series tbh having all the stop-starts and tbh i was having trouble staying with Season 2 up to now.

Ive a feeling
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#215

MAJOR SPOILERS for the season 2 finale - YOU ARE WARNED!

http://www.spoilertv.com/2013/04/revenge-season-2-finale-major-spoiler.html

Guaranteed a third season btw, its down on last season but still pulls in strong numbers.

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JP Liz V1 Registered User
#216

Richard Dower said:
MAJOR SPOILERS for the season 2 finale - YOU ARE WARNED!

http://www.spoilertv.com/2013/04/revenge-season-2-finale-major-spoiler.html

Guaranteed a third season btw, its down on last season but still pulls in strong numbers.


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would be my guess

#217

showrunner/creator/producer stepping down......i think alot of people have said this about Revenge, 22 episode seasons are way too much and season 2 has suffered alot:

I hear Kelley, who created the cult CBS drama Swing Town before taking a crack at a female-driven contemporary take on The Count Of Monte Cristo with Revenge, had been lobbying for shorter seasons for the heavily serialized drama. From the get-go, he had argued with ABC and ABC Studios that Revenge was much better suited for cable-style orders instead of the standard broadcast 22-episode seasons. After a fast start, Revenge was moved into the high-profile Sunday 9 PM slot last fall though it has been uneven creatively. I hear the pressure to churn out 22 episodes a season while maintaining the quality has taken a toll, sometime causing tension on the set and ultimately leading to Kelley’s decision to move on. He just informed ABCS and the Revenge cast of his decision. “Mike Kelley created a distinctive series for our studio and network with tremendous passion and dedication,” said ABC Studios EVP Barry Jossen. “We wish him all the best as he moves on to his next television achievement.”

http://www.deadline.com/2013/04/revenge-mike-kelley-creator-leaving-show-abc/

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cats.life Registered User
#218

thought i would never say this but im finding Revenge boring now. there was more action last season, now its like more of the same.

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Kirby Registered User
#219

Kirby said:


This show has definitely jumped the shark at this stage. It should have been a one season show. Woman shows up, systematically destroys rich family. It would have worked well.
But in an effort to draw it out, we have ridiculous shadow organisations, magic computer programs that work on anything, mysterious syblings popping up from nowhere.etc.. I mean emily has been farting around at this stage. Whens the last time she actually DID somethinto the graysons?

Somebody that bitter and seething wouldnt just stay living there indefinitely having tea with these people.


Richard Dower said:
showrunner/creator/producer stepping down

From the get-go, he had argued with ABC and ABC Studios that Revenge was much better suited for cable-style orders instead of the standard broadcast 22-episode seasons.



Posts feelings on show. Finds out show creator agrees with him. Mind is blown.

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#220

I think they overestimated how much folk care about these caracters.

Last season, you were getting bang for your buck each episode. It was that brainless payoff that i tuned in for.
This season is more like a day time soap where nothing really happens.
I couldnt care less about obvious time filler; Jack and his vendetta, Nolan and his angst re Padma, Eli and his revenge, the falcon, the initiative, aidan and his dead sister (got over that sharpish)

FouxDaFaFa Registered User
#221

The show creator bailing is a really big deal. I understand completely where he's coming from and wish him well. American networks are brutal for putting longevity and profits before the writer's wishes.

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#222

aSligoDub said:
I think they overestimated how much folk care about these caracters.

Last season, you were getting bang for your buck each episode. It was that brainless payoff that i tuned in for.
This season is more like a day time soap where nothing really happens.
I couldnt care less about obvious time filler; Jack and his vendetta, Nolan and his angst re Padma, Eli and his revenge, the falcon, the initiative, aidan and his dead sister (got over that sharpish)


Th eoriginal takedown-of-the-week was brilliant tv!....they way Emily took down those guys in those first few episodes was brilliant. But then it got a back order.....they changed the killing of Daniel, first mistake....then stretched things out.

I think many us said at the start it should have ben a one season and done deal.

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aine1980 Registered User
#223

Agree with everyone re s2, it seemed like it took more of an effort to watch, even now I don't think it would bother me if I didn't see the last few episodes of the season

JP Liz V1 Registered User
#224

Yes it is becoming more far fetched this season like Prison Break as another poster pointed it out but yet I'm still watching

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Alfred Borden Registered User
#225

great episode last night, similar to season 1! Looking forward to season finale in two weeks now!

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