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  • Actors: Emily VanCamp, Madeleine Stowe, Gabriel Mann, Henry Czerny, Ashley Madekwe
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: ABC Studios
  • DVD Release Date: August 21, 2012
  • Run Time: 924 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (415 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005LAJ212
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,344 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Revenge: Season 1" on IMDb

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Nolan Ross Exposed -- A Reporter Grills Nolan About His Past In An Eye-Opening Expose Never Meant To Be Seen

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Beneath the luxurious lifestyle of the Hamptons lie a dark, dirty secret and a twisted tale of passion, suspense and ultimate redemption. Enter the alluring world of the rich and ruthless with ABC's REVENGE: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON. Wealth, beauty and power define the residents of New York's most exclusive community, but one woman will stop at nothing to exact revenge from those who ruined her father's life. Witness Emily Thorne's (Emily VanCamp) brilliantly vindictive plot against Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe), the reigning queen of the Hamptons, and all who destroyed her family. However, even the best-laid plans can unravel in the wake of an unexpected love triangle between Emily, the son of her greatest nemesis and a forgotten face from her past. Experience all 22 episodes of ABC's sensational new series, plus exclusive bonus features that draw you deeper into the mystery. It's riveting entertainment that holds you in its grasp from the very first thrilling episode to the season's final climactic moment!

Customer Reviews

Well acted, well written with great characters.
Kenneth R. Freeman
I love it and cannot wait for season 2 to come out on DVD so I can watch it over and over!
MS
From just watching the first episode I am hooked!
Wendy Yanow

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After the almost instant success of "Modern Family," ABC has struggled for a couple of seasons to find a suitable companion that could hold onto the ratings of its Wednesday night comedy line-up. In 2011, they struck gold in the most unlikely of places and made "Revenge" into one of the year's biggest new hits. Pulpy and over-the-top, this soap opera is structured as a neo-noir mystery set in the upscale environs of an elite Hamptons community. It owes a lot to the classic tales of excess that populated the airwaves in the eighties (Dallas, Dynasty, and the like) but updates traditional conventions in a fun and modern way. And "Revenge," while not exactly perfect, is just that--FUN. It is the TV equivalent of a good page-turning beach read, an unapologetic potboiler designed to provide escapism and adventure. With an attractive cast, gorgeous locales, stunning costumes and lush melodrama--the show proves the old adage that money can't buy happiness. But in this case, it just might buy revenge!

The first season has been structured around a complicated plot that ties a long distant crime to a young, seemingly amiable socialite (Emily Van Camp). Seeking to avenge her father's unjust persecution in the aforementioned atrocity, Van Camp arrives in town with unlimited wealth, surprising cunning, and a big score to settle. One of her primary targets is the local nobility, the Grayson clan. As the episodes progress, we see Van Camp ingratiate herself with the family, get involved with the heir apparent, and start to wreak havoc to those who participated in her father's downfall. As the backstory unfolds through flashbacks, we start to understand how the deeds of the past have irrevocably affected the Van Camp character and why her pursuit is so single-minded.
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Emily Thorne is coming to town and revenge is coming with her. What starts out as a checklist of payback slows to a melodic dish best served cold as Emily works to get payback for misdeeds done to her father. Over 16 episodes she pushes her way all over the board, passing pawns in the first episodes and bigger pieces later on, trying to get to the bigger fish - the Graysons. We open at an engagement party filled with guests, moving through the people, when a body appears and everyone turns out to find Victoria Grayson crying. Her son is dead. We then go backward, detailing what happened in all its intricacy and who was involved, until we catch up and go a little bit beyond, showing what the show can become in Season 2. It gets a whole lot more complex as the piece move around.

While the show seems like a soap at night in large part, the pieces being moved around are interesting. Everyone i knew liked the way it started and some wandered after more people and faces popped in and stayed in, but i liked it quite a bit. You have interesting plots that are sometimes flawed and wrinkled but that the show wears well anyhow, and you have nice acting throughout.

I enjoy Emily VanCamp's portrayal of Emily and Madeleine Stowe's as Victoria Grayson. Gabriel Mann is also an interesting piece of the puzzle as Nolan and one that you constantly have to reconsider because he does a great job of evasion. Nick Welsher also does a great job as the love lost to the past. There's a variable who's who of interesting characters popping in and out, and they make things interesting as the show develops roots.

If you missed it and want to know whether you want to check the series out of not, there are still previews of the first episode floating around.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Rosalie B. (Hippy Chick) on July 29, 2012
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Revenge is the kinda show I never imagined I'd like. I'm not a big fan of TV soaps or romance novels, but little by little I got drawn into Emily's web of intrigue and deception. I found it very satisfying watching the bad guys get a taste of their own medicine. And trust me, they deserve it. I may not really like Emily, but I really like what she does and how she does it. Can't wait for the second season.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By W. Webb on July 30, 2012
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While not marketed (at least at first) as a night time soap, Revenge warmly embraced its soapiness a third of the way through the first season as it slowly moved from the 'who will she get revenge on this week' formula to a much more enjoyable serialized drama. It even pays not so subtle homage to soaps that came before it. While never as campy as Dynasty, it's almost as grand. And while it never quite develops the family dysfunction of Dallas, it comes close. There are some plot holes that viewers will likely need to forgive. And if I'm being picky, the show peaked three quarters of the way through, almost as if they were picked up for additional shows with little warning. But what really sets this show apart from most modern day soaps and much of non-soaps as well is that it wonderfully allows the two female leads to drive all story. Emily kicks butt both mentally and physically. When was the last time we saw a soap with such a wonderfully wounded yet strong heroine? You won't see Emily sacrificing herself for a man like on all of the destroyed daytime serials. You won't see her backdown to anyone, including Grayson Matriarch (played deliciously by M. Stowe) and their scenes are some of the best highlights from a very strong season. I hope the writing gets a bit tighter in the second season. And I hope they resist the urge to go campy and over the top. While it can't quite be called a thinking fan's soap, it's certainly doesn't require the viewer to lower his/her IQ to enjoy. Lovers of the strong female soap heroine should NOT miss this one!
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No blu ray?
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Blu-Ray please!!
Feb 24, 2012 by Collector |  See all 16 posts
Release date?
August 21
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Is the clips episode included?
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Cliffhanger ?
Yes a cliffhanger, but show has been renewed for a second season.
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Disney/ABC managers, release the Blu-Ray edition. NOW!
BLU-RAYS NOW!!! BOYCOTT! WE WANT BLU-RAYS!! Everybody only buy ONCE UPON A TIME ON BLU-RAY and NO OTHER ABC STUDIOS TV SHOW NOT IN BLU-RAY and WE WILL send them a message!! Even if you don't watch once upon a time... BUY IT ON BLU-RAY (and since you're buying it... WATCH IT! IT'S AMAZING!)
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