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REVENGE Emotional Death Scene! Emily VanCamp Tweets On Exiting Star: "Owning That Scene Like A champ! Phenomenal Work Throughout The Entire Episode"

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Who went down and hit the floor?  That was the question Revengers were waiting to find out on on last night’s midseason finale of ABC’s Revenge, the series that always rocks the house with a gut-wrenching emotional death scene did it again! But who bit the bullet?  DO NOT READ ANY FURTHER IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE EPISODE!

After a fantastically orchestrated battle scene between Emily (Emily VanCamp) and the evil Agent Taylor (Courtney Ford), with fistacuffs, guns, bullets, being thrown through glass, etc, as the two women battle two men happen on the scene one is Daniel (Josh Bowman) and the other is Jack (Nick Wechsler)! Rot-ro!

Throughout the entire episode, and in true soap opera tradition, Daniel came full circle through flashbacks with his manipulative father Conrad, yes, great to see Henry Czerny on screen again!

Daniel realized he had chosen the wrong path and wants to right the wrongs of himself and the family, something he tried to do back in 2008, but his dad convinced otherwise.  In current time and in key scenes, after learning that Margaux (Karine Vanasse) is pregnant with his child, and as the in-battled duo decided to meet up and discuss their relationship and start anew  …  and as Margaux is getting all gussied up for Daniel, the younger Grayson ends up in the line of fire and takes bullets from Agent Taylor meant for Emily!  Jack has also now happened on the scene intent on saving Emily.

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Daniel dies in Emily’s arms! But not before there is a five hankie moment between the former marrieds, where Daniel and Emily sort of admit they loved each other in their own way:  Emily: “You’re going to be OK.”  Daniel: “Stop lying to me.”  Emily: “I want you to know that it wasn’t all a lie.  Not with you.” Daniel: “I know.”

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On Twitter last night Emily VanCamp tweeted to her real-life beau Josh Bowman on his performance: “#JoshBowman owning that scene like a champ! Phenomenal work throughout the entire episode.”

So, what did you think of the final scene between Josh and Emily? Were you surprised it was Daniel that got the axe, although we knew awhile back Josh Bowman let be known he wanted to be written-off?

Revenge returns with all-new episodes on Sunday January 4th where we pick up at Daniel’s funeral! Comment below on your thoughts on the whole shebang!

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Really sad to see Daniel go! He was magnificent in his last show!!!

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I love the show. I think they are taking things to a whole new level now that David is back.. I just don’t like having Conrad and his son gone in what may be the final season….Couldn’t they some how have waited till the end? DOOL should snag him for the new EJ

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Josh Bowman is a fine actor! His performance was outstanding and made you believe that he would have turned his life around. Great writing!!! Good luck on your future endeavors!! Whatever you decide, I am sure you will be incredible.

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One Life’s David A. Gregory Gets Engaged; New Film ‘Dirty Sexy Saint’ To Drop Dec 8

Congratulations are in order to former One Life to Live star, David A. Gregory (Ex-Ford) and his longtime girlfriend, Jennifer Noble. The two finally got engaged.

It seems the engagement happened during a hike, where David joked:  “Almost passed out on this hike,” with a photo from the Bump N Grind Hiking Trail in Palm Desert, California, as the two showed of their rings from his Instagram account.

In addition, fans of David’s can see him in his new passionflix movie, Dirty Sexy Saint co-starring Jordan Lane Price (Ex-Celia Fitzgerald, All My Children) which premieres on December 8th. Check out that teaser below.

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DOOL App Set To Launch New Digital Series ‘Last Blast Reunion’

Leave it to the DOOL app to bring to its digital space another exclusive fun and exciting series featuring some DAYS faves.  Announced today, look for ‘Last Blast Reunion” to kick-off with its first episode on Black Friday on November 29th.

Last Blast Reunion harkens back to the story of Salem’s then high school kids from 2002 and who hung out at the the cybercafe known as “.Com”.  Now in 2019, the new series brings the gang back together .

The cast includes: Brandon Beemer (Shawn), Martha Madison (Belle), Heather Lindell (Jan), Aaron Van Wagner (Jason), Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe) and Lindsay Hollistar (Susan). Due to a scheduling conflict with Farah Fath, the role of Mimi has been recast with actress, Theressa Liane.

In addition, Chadwick Hopson will play Kevin, a role originally played by Brett Lawrence and Robert Benvenisti. There will also be a big surprise for viewers in the first episode when a major fan favorite returns!

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So, what is said to happen on the series? Well, Belle and Chloe discover their old friend Kevin has reopened the “.Com Café” in New York, similar to the one at which they all used to gather at in Salem. The three of them decide to plan a reunion of the “Last Blast Crew,” and a week later they are joined by Susan, Shawn and Mimi, and the friends reminisce and quickly ease back into their old bonds and rivalries. The story takes an unexpected turn with some shocking twists that will keep viewers at the edge of their seats all the way to the surprise ending.

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Following the November 29 premiere, new episodes will be available every Thursday for the following seven weeks.

In addition, the episodes will also be available on the NBC app and NBC.com one week after streaming exclusively on The DOOL App. Each episode will be approximately 7-10 minutes in length.

Greg Meng, (Co-executive producer, Days) offered up in a statement: “We are excited to bring together some of the most beloved characters from Days of our Lives in the next DOOL App series. As this new digital platform continues to grow, we can provide exciting additional content to complement the air show on NBC.”

Last Blast Reunion was written by DAYS head writer, Ron Carlivati and Corday Productions.

The DOOL App was developed by the Corday Productions team of Greg Meng, creative director (and co-executive producer, “Days of our Lives”); Michael Fairman, content producer; and Maya Frangié, director of communications and strategic initiatives. The DOOL App is a new all-access platform for “Days of our Lives” fans to get more of the show they love, including breaking news from the set, exclusive original content, backstage videos with the cast, quizzes and interactive games, fan-favorite clips, weekly recaps and other fun ways to connect with the cast. More information is available at www.TheDoolApp.com.

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So, excited to check out Last Blast Reunion when it debuts on the DOOL app? Comment below.

 

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The Kelly Clarkson Show Renewed For Second Season

NBCUniversal has decided to given an early season 2 renewal to The Kelly Clarkson Show, which has been providing strong numbers in syndication, according to Deadline on Monday.

Clarkson, a Grammy Award-Winner and coach on NBC’s singing competition The Voice has a talker that now will take it through the 2020-21 season.

Kelly’s afternoon show ranks as the No.1 new syndicated program.  It made its debut back in September and had the strongest start to any new first-run syndicated series in seven years with an average of 1.9 million viewers per episode.

In addition, The Kelly Clarkson Show is performing in the fourth position among all syndicated daytime talk shows, and the show’s social platforms have gained more than 1.5 million subscribers since September.

In a statement, Tracie Wilson, EVP, Creative Affairs, NBCUniversal Television Distribution said on the pick-up: “The Kelly Clarkson Show is connecting with viewers in a unique way and we are so happy to build on that momentum, bringing Kelly’s brand of humor, heart, and, of course, the incredible ‘Kellyoke,’ to stations for a second season.  It is a privilege to be in business with Kelly and our production team, led by Alex Duda, who have a clear creative vision and a talent for storytelling and creating quality entertainment that invites you in for a good time and leaves you feeling happy.”

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So, glad to hear Kelly has been renewed? What are your thoughts on the pick-up for season 2 so early on? Comment below.

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