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‘Revenge’ viewers frustrated with online rumors; cancellation talk grows

Emily VanCamp
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Revenge fans are hooked on the issues of Emily Thorne and all her ways every Sunday night on ABC. The popular series has viewers tune in to watch the ways, albeit sometimes vindictive, of the character. However, lately fans are more concerned about the growing speculation of cancellation. According to Fashion and Style on Friday, the issues with the show have fans questioning exactly what is going on.

The biggest concern of the viewers is the growing talk of cancellation. Fans are begging people to DVR the show, even if they don’t plan to watch it for a few days. Beefing up the ratings are important if any impending cuts are present and fans are posting requests to do this on the show's official Facebook page.

Other rumors include a cast change and even talk about Emily Thorne (played by Emily VanCamp) getting killed to end the show It’s highly unlikely but gossip like this could hurt the show in a decision for renewal.

More importantly, some fans are really feeling the story is going too slow and replaying in different ways. Folks who want to see something new are extraordinarily vocal about this scenario and want changes in how Revenge plays out.

So what is fact versus crazy gossip? It appears that Revenge isn't up for cancellation at the moment and there is no way the primary character would be killed. Of course, anything is possible, but both ideas have little to no probability.

The concerns about the story are definitely genuine viewers offering up their viewpoints. Actual audience members are complaining in multitude on Facebook and that leaves everyone with the realization that there could be problems with the story line.

On Sunday night during Revenge on the episode titled Allegiance Emily learns onto the identity of a key conspirator against her father. Meanwhile, Victoria sets a trap she knows Emily can’t resist. This leads to a surprising result that viewers might not appreciate.

Revenge airs Sunday on ABC at 9 p.m. ET.

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