As fall TV starts up, we’re happy to see some familiar faces and double infinity signs in the lineup. But one major scheduling change has people buzzing in the Revenge world.

The hit ABC drama moved from its Wednesday night 10 p.m. ET time slot to 9 p.m. ET on Sunday nights the spot previously held by Desperate Housewives.

“Those are big shoes to fill,” actor Josh Bowman admitted back in June. “But I thought that if we didn’t have it at first then maybe we’d have it go to that spot.”

And so far the show has filled out those “shoes” quite nicely. The Sept. 30 premiere of Season 2 brought in 9.5 million viewers, a 33 percent increase from the Season 1 finale.

Though the show is doing incredibly well in its new time slot, we have to admit that we missed seeing Emily Thorne and crew last night when ABC’s new drama, Nashville, premiered.

There’s just something about ending that Wednesday-night comedy lineup with the sweet taste of vengeance and lobster rolls that really worked for us last season.

But at the same time, we love starting our week off with Victoria Grayson’s sinister smile. We can’t decide, so you tell us, Revengers! Do you prefer the show on Wednesday or Sunday nights?


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