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'Revenge' season 4: New character Louise will stir up trouble

Elena Satine has been cast to play Louise on "Revenge"
Photo by Gustavo Caballero

Little by little there are more "Revenge" season 4 spoilers being released. The show will return next month and fans are wondering what will happen on the final season. On Aug. 3, International Business Times posted information about a new character named Louise.

Elena Satine has been cast as Louise. She is a young woman who is described as being the black sheep of a wealthy Southern family. When she comes to the Hamptons, she is going to cause some trouble. E! Online reported that the new character is "slightly unhinged." Even so, she has the best intentions and shares a connection with another character. There are some fans who are speculating that her connection is with Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp.)

Satine has appeared on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Matador and Magic City. Her role on "Revenge" will be a recurring one.

There are other new characters that viewers will meet when the show returns to ABC in September. Brian Hallisay from "The Client List" will also be a recurring character. He will play a local police officer who becomes friends with Jack (Nick Wechsler.) He finds himself drawn to those who are in his world.

James Tupper, who appeared on the season 3 finale as David Clarke will be a series regular. As fans know, he is Emily Thorne's real father, who is supposed to be dead. There are a ton of theories out there on his character and what will happen between him and Emily. Spoiler reports state that he might have issues with Emily if Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) manages to get to him first. Emily is sure to be angry that her father basically abandoned her and she spent so much time trying to avenge his death and clear his name.

What do you think will happen with the character of Louise? Who will her connection be and why has she come to the Hampton's? Fans will find out when "Revenge" returns on Sept. 28.

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