Revenge Season 4. Has Daniel Grayson’s death any sense? What’s next? Because I dislike that intense characters were killed. Spoiler Alert!
Daniel Grayson (actor Joshua Bowman) has had an interesting evolution over the 4 seasons of Revenge TV show. At first, he was just a sexy boy in infighting. What was more important his feelings or his parents’ orders? Because disappointments and hard lessons, Daniel Grayson’s personality was becoming wry and wise while Joshua Bowman’s performance was improving. I love Bowman in season 3 and season 4.
Thus, what’s the reason to kill Daniel Grayson when both, character and actor, were impeccable?
Remember that Daniel Grayson dies in Emily’s arms, who reveals to him that she did have feelings for him. Also, his death served to a feeble agreement between Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) and Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp). Of course, it’s only a lie about Daniel and Kate’s death in order to keep Malcolm Black out of their lives, but it’s the principle of an agreement between two women who seemed irreconcilable.
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Precisely, at the end of the episode ‘Madness’, Malcolm Black captures them both, and now knowing who Emily really is! If grief over the death of Daniel had not joined them, perhaps the common danger will get the miracle. Malcolm is a torturer, a man without scruples, and they will have to work together to escape alive.
Anyway, Daniel’s death and their current abduction have created new possibilities for the script, interesting possibilities. Perhaps in the future, they will have another common enemy, David Clarke is a mysterious character. We’ll see!
And you? What do you think about Daniel’s death? Tell us your opinion now!
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** The fourth season of the ABC American television drama series Revenge premiered on September 28, 2014. Revenge Season 4 focuses on the revelation that David Clarke is alive and the continued feud between Emily and Victoria.