Revenge preview: “Suspicion

Has Emily Thorne lost a key ally in her plot to take down the Graysons? Keep reading for a preview of this week’s Revenge.

The real Emily could become a thorn in fake Emily’s side on Revenge, but something tells us Amanda Clarke (fake Emily) will find a way to take care of this little “problem.”

Things got a whole lot more interesting on Revenge last week when the real Emily Thorne ditched her plane to Paris in favor of sticking around the Hamptons.

This week on an all-new episode, “Suspicion,” it looks like fake Emily (Emily VanCamp) might be losing her ally.

Elsewhere, Victoria is ever so lonely and Tyler continues to wreak havoc and mess with fake Emily’s plans to bring the Graysons down.

With so many twists and turns it’s best to just sit back and enjoy the ride.

Check out a preview of “Suspicion” and then head back to ABC to view the full episode on Wednesday, Nov. 23…

ABC officially describes “Suspicion” as the following: “Having discovered that her most valuable ally has turned against her, Emily desperately reaches out to her mentor (guest starring Hiroyke Sanada as Satoshi) for advice. Victoria’s worst nightmare comes true when she finds herself totally alone both in her life and her home, while the threat of Tyler’s negative influence continues to grow, on “Revenge,” Wednesday, Nov. 23 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.”

Fans of Revenge have begun filling their heads with all kind of scenarios for how this enticing series is going to play out.

The series, which started off with a bang — literally — keeps us on our toes as it’s careful to never reveal too much, while at the same time surprising us with constant plot twists. And with the show getting picked up for a full season, we can rest assured there’s still a lot of exciting information yet to uncover, including the story behind the shooting we saw in the first episode.

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