What's on the revengenda this evening?
Between now and June 28, the deadline for Emmy voters to return nomination ballots, EW.com is running a series called Emmy Watch, featuring highlight clips and interviews with actors, producers, and writers whom EW TV critic Ken Tucker has on his wish list for the nominations announcement on July 19.

Whatever you do, don’t call Revenge a soap opera to creator Mike Kelly. Okay, we’ll call it a smart, addictive, complex, original, hilarious, heartfelt, and yes, occasionally sudsy drama about Emily Thorne’s (Emily VanCamp) return to the Hamptons to take down the family responsible for her father’s death. With a first season full of murder, romance, and fabulous parties aplenty, the highlight had to be the season finale, which wrapped up enough to keep us sated, but left enough questions open to keep us intrigued all summer long. Kelly, who is already writing next season’s scripts (no, he won’t answer anything about Victoria getting off that plane), shared his favorite moments of that episode and the rest of the season.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Do you have a favorite episode of the season?
MIKE KELLY: Each episode was meant to feel like a good chapter of a summer read. So it’s difficult to single out a moment, but I gotta go with the finale. Everything seemed to be firing on all cylinders. But I would be remiss if I didn’t single out a few other moments. Episode 13 had my favorite emotional moment for Madeline [Stowe] when she confesses to Daniel [Joshua Bowman] her affair with David Clarke [James Tupper]. She flashes back to David Clarke and reaches a very deep place there that I thought was important and surprising and emotional. It was that moment when I thought, ah, she’s great in all of those high octane drama moments but when she quiets down she can be so powerful. We’re dealing with a formidable actress in a really great part.

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Источник + видео: любимые моменты Майка Келли

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