Revenge fans will have to wait until March to watch the next episode of the show. Fortunately Barry Sloane, who plays Aiden, shared some scoop on his character’s tortured romance with Emily (Emily VanCamp), his almost-bromance with Jack (Nick Wechsler) and Nolan (Gabriel Mann) and whether the primetime soap will get steamier when it moves to 10 pm EST.
Daytime Confidential: Emily gave Aiden the heave ho. Do you think she really loves him deep down, or does she love revenge more than she could ever love a man?
Barry Sloane: I think she went through quite a trauma finding out that she couldn’t have children and what you’re going to see in the next episodes is something’s not quite right and that’s all I can say. The break-up came out of the blue and that’s how Aiden took it, I don’t understand where this is coming from, and the next few episodes shed some light on that.
Rayna (Connie Britton) and Deacon (Charles Esten) are back in the same orbit this week on Nashville. The exes get closer after he agrees to help her write a new hit song.
Scarlett (Clare Bowen) and Gunnar’s (Sam Palladio) stars look like they’re on the rise when they get to work with guest stars Zac Brown Band and Rascal Flatts. Meanwhile, both Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) and her career are heading down the drain, after news of her scandalous affair breaks.
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It wasn't a good night for ABC's Sunday dramas. Revenge and Betrayal both earned series low ratings in the Adult 18-49 demographic, scoring 1.3 million and 0.7 million viewers respectively. Unfortunately, the Mouse House was no match for the NFC Championship Game on Fox.
Luke/Carly: Luke (Anthony Geary) is stunned to find Carly (Laura Wright) in the boathouse. Will he be able ot get his niece to safety before Heather (Robin Mattson) has two Spencers held captive?
David Tom is living proof you can in fact go home again. After a 12-year absence from The Young and the Restless, Tom is slipping back into the role of Billy Abbott come Feb. 3. Billy Miller departs on Jan. 30.
The actor is diving head first into the end of a huge storyline, with Billy having learned Adam (Michael Muhney) was the culprit behind his daughter's hit-and-run. TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan spoke with Tom on what's next for Billy.
TV Guide Magazine: How do things shift for Billy once he knows Adam killed Delia?
Tom: There's certainly no closure, but there's a change in the depth of his anger. Sooner or later, the healing process will have to begin. But, for now, he's furious that Adam did what he did and — even worse — kept it a secret. I can't even imagine what it would be like to deal with something like that yet, at the same time, I can relate. I'm an uncle now in my own life and if somebody did something to harm my little nephew, well...I would definitely want to make that person suffer as much as possible. READ MORE