Revenge has been cancelled after four seasons

It's over for the hit TV show.

by Lauren Smith |
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Fans of OTT Hamptons-based US drama* Revenge*, we've got some sad news. The show is ending after four seasons, network ABC confirmed to Entertainment Weekly.

Yep, Emily Thorne's quest for revenge is FINALLY set to be over May 10 when the series ends in the US.

“We can officially tell our fans that this will be the end of the story,” executive producer Sunil Nayar told the magazine.

“We’ve been talking to the network and we all just wanted to make sure that we felt very confident. Now that everybody has seen the finale—which is fabulous—everybody understands that as much as we all adore the show, it has hit exactly the mark it needed to to end. This is the series finale of Revenge that will be airing in a couple weeks.”


Fans have suspected the show would be ending for quite some time, when Emily revealed her true identity as Amanda Clarke, and almost completed her plan of revenge against the Graysons.

Apparently the show isn't ending due to falling ratings - it's to do with "creativity."

"We certainly had a pitch of how the show could go on, but this is why I feel so grateful to the studio and the network because they also erred on the side of creativity," Nayar said.

" I can see why all the arguments from even an economic standpoint to maybe keep it going, but at the end of the day - kind of like they had with Lost - they support creativity above all.

No major hints as yet as to what will happen in the final episode, but we DO know there's a dramatic finish coming.

"There's a tiny little cliff hanger in the series finale" Nayer revealed.

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