We're almost halfway through Revenge's second season, and the time has come to bust out your inner TV critic.
Revenge premiered on ABC in a terrible time slot with little promotion, but thanks to critical acclaim and faithful viewers, it became an instant sensation. The first season was full of twists, turns, glamorous fashion, and the genius acting chops of Madeleine "Mohican Lover" Stowe (who even earned a Golden Globe nod for her role as Victoria Grayson) –– so as you might expect it scored an A+ with fans.
But now we're in Revenge's second season, and the good news? The show is better than ever! Thanks to brilliant writing and dynamic acting, Revenge hasn't suffered a sophomore slump –– but the real question: Is Season 2 as good as Season 1?
Emily's web of lies is even more deliciously tangled than ever, and almost all of the characters have developed leaps and bounds. Especially Declan, who has finally learned how to speak in a normal accent. Then again, part of us miss the simple days of Season 1, when Emily was having a love affair with her red Sharpie.
What do you think, revengers? How does Revenge Season 2 compare to Season 1?