Christian Post Report – Suspense and intrigue keeps on building up as the fourth season of the hit TV drama series “Revenge” continues in this upcoming segment titled “Loss.”
Karine Vanasse’s Margaux is certainly a force to reckon with within The Hamptons as we saw her in last week’s episode “Retaliation” successfully hurting Emily (Emily VanCamp) through Jack (Nick Wechsler) whom she had arrested under false pretences.
But despite all her efforts of destroying the Revenger, the scheming Margaux will still learn that chances won’t always be in her hands. A spoiler report from Melty cited the upcoming segment’s teaser video (provided below) showing Margaux getting hit by a speeding car while Emily looks on from a distance.
The promo also offer other explosive scenes like a mysterious figure – thought to be one of Margaux’s henchmen – aiming a gun at Emily’s head. But thankfully, the show’s protagonist was able to react in time and she was able to deter the hit man.
The video also featured Ben (Brian Hallisay) turning up at Nolan’s (Gabriel Mann) place and the latter was apparently disturbed with the visit. Madeleine Stowe’s Victoria Grayson is also seen crying over something.
On related news, avid followers of the show have long been wondering the status of another Grayson member who disappeared on one of the previous episodes.
Speaking with TV Line, cast member Christa B. Allen admits she wasn’t sure if her character would make a comeback to the Hamptons.
“I haven’t heard anything,” she told TV Line. “But I know that they’re still waiting to hear on their next season pickup, so I think it’ll depend largely on that. … They do try to keep their options open on that show.”
Allen’s character Charlotte was last seen in “Damage” where she was apprehended after a slew of murder and drug cases landed on her lap.
“Revenge” Season 4 returns this Sunday, March 22 at 10 p.m. with episode titled “Loss” on ABC.
See the trailer below:
Source : Christian Post
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