Revenge series finale spoilers tease that the final episode of the ABC drama, “Two Graves,” will air on Sunday, May 10th. Over the course of the last four years, Emily Thorne (aka Amanda Clark) has blown our minds with her revenge plots, and the show’s shocking revelations and unexpected twists and turns never cease to amaze us. Sadly, we will have to say goodbye to the mind-baffling drama after Revenge Season 4 Episode 23 airs this week, but according to Revenge spoilers, fans will not want to miss a single second of the heart-stopping series finale.
The Revenge writers have never had a problem killing off main characters – or reviving dead ones for that matter, but the all new spoiler video for the series finale has fans of the primetime drama wondering if VanCamp’s character Emily Thorne will finally die and meet her maker, after literally four seasons of narrowly escaping death. The promo video for Episode 23 shows Emily and Victoria Grayson’s final confrontation. Emily pulls a gun on her former mother-in-law; however, the clip ends with Emily lying in a pool of her own blood.
In other Revenge news, spoilers also tease that fan-favorite Jack could be the other character dying on the series finale – and that is why the title of the final episode is “Two Graves.” In the Episode 24 spoiler video, Jack is lying in his hospital bed unconscious and hooked up to life-support, and Emily appears to be kissing him goodbye. Although it is almost cliché for the Revenge writers to kill off the main character in the series finale, it almost seems fitting that after everything Emily and Jack have been through together (and apart) since they were children that they both wind up dying and are buried next to each other in “Two Graves.”
So Revenge fans, are you as excited as we are for the series finale? Do you think Emily and Jack will die? Or could the other grave in the title be referring to Victoria Grayson? Perhaps Victoria and Emily will take each other out simultaneously in a flurry of bullets – would that be fitting? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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