News broke that ABC’s television drama, Revenge will come to an end after four seasons. Actors in the show took to Twitter to express gratitude to their fans and to mourn the loss of the show.
You can practically hear them crying through their tweets.
Four unbelievable years with the most incredible cast and crew. Could not be more grateful for the experience. ❤️ #GoodbyeRevenge— Emily VanCamp (@EmilyVanCamp) April 30, 2015
Huge thank you and mad love to all of our devoted #Revenge fans over the years! You will never know how much it's meant to all of us ??— Emily VanCamp (@EmilyVanCamp) April 30, 2015
I am utterly overwhelmed with all of the Revenge love I'm reading. Thank you ❤️ its been one hell of a ride! pic.twitter.com/aocbjiBCwl— Emily VanCamp (@EmilyVanCamp) April 30, 2015
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In honor of #Revenge. Although I left the show some time ago I will forever be grateful for the time I spent working with the cast. I'm sure all those actors will find themselves busy elsewhere very soon. Mike Kelley- what a great thing you created. Thanks for the gift of writing a part with me in mind. Victoria: don't you know politicians tend to keep their concubines in the closet? Ashley: spoken like a woman that no one is sleeping with... ?? *Picture by Tyler Shields
Sad day for all the #revengers out there. I'm grateful to have had the chance to work with some of my fave people & incredible cast & crew.— Lauren Shaw (@iamlaurenshaw) April 29, 2015
Revenge premiered on ABC September 2011 and followed the lengthy trials and tribulations of Emily Thorne, played by Emily VanCamp, a she seeks revenge for her father's death.
The show is apparently a modern retelling of “The Count of Monte Cristo.”
The series was the brainchild of television producer and writer, Mike Kelley, whose list of shows include “The O.C.”