If Revenge fans thought Conrad Grayson couldn't get any more conniving, just wait until Sunday's episode.
"You'll see with this episode just how hideous a man Conrad Grayson is," Christa B. Allen, who plays the daughter to Conrad (Henry Czerny), tells TVGuide.com. "His actions in this episode really cement the idea that Charlotte will probably side with her mother."
Conrad Grayson will have plenty of new enemies in the second season.
Wendy Crewson has snagged a guest-starring role on Revenge, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Murder, blackmail, drug use, infidelity, theft — the first season of Revenge has had it all. But will the primetime soap be able to up the ante for season finale (Wednesday at 10/9c on ABC)? For star Josh Bowman, that's a silly question.
"There's death, there's possible breakups. Everything is tested — every relationship and character," Bowman tells TVGuide.com. "There are about four episodes crammed into one. It's amazing."
So what else is in store for Emily (Emily VanCamp), the Graysons and their friends, enemies and frenemies during the freshman soap's final hurrah? Find out below...
Revenge's Conrad (Henry Czerny) and Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) may have never warmed up to the fact that their daughter Charlotte (Christa B. Allen) is dating a townie, but Connor Paolo, who plays Declan, says that the Graysons will soon be fighting for his affection.
Unless you're watching the Orange Bowl on ESPN, tonight's best bets are strictly comedy. (And yes, that includes Revenge. More on that in a few.)
It somehow seems fitting that when TV Land's Hot in Cleveland (10/9c) looks back at how it all began for Melanie, Joy and Victoria, we're thrust into an '80s time warp, because if there was ever a show that felt like an artifact from a simpler, sillier time, it's this one. Betty White gets the set-up: "How did you guys meet, anyway?" Elka asks to kill time outside a stadium restroom. "If there were a TV in view, I wouldn't [care]," she barks, self-reflexively acknowledging what a clichéd storyline this is.