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Target, Neiman Marcus to Be Exclusive Sponsors of Sunday's REVENGE on ABC

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Target, Neiman Marcus to Be Exclusive Sponsors of Sunday's REVENGE on ABC

Following the recent announcement of the unprecedented partnership between ABC, Target and Neiman Marcus, these two iconic retailers will be the exclusive show sponsor for the limited commercial broadcast of ABC's REVENGE this Sunday. The Target + Neiman Marcus Holiday collection will be showcased in a series of unique interstitials called "The Gift of Revenge," with a plot full of twists and turns. The five-part vignettes will feature "Revenge" characters Nolan Ross, Jack Porter, Charlotte Grayson, Declan Porter and Amanda Clarke.

In the episode, "Penance," airing SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET), things get complicated as Mason Treadwell delves further into Emily's past while Kara begins to unravel, putting the Graysons in her crosshairs.

Music by Gin Wigmore will also be featured in the interstitials. Already a star in her native New Zealand, Gin Wigmore is now stepping onto the world stage with her forthcoming album "Gravel & Wine," which includes the first single "Man Like That."

"Revenge" stars Madeleine Stowe as Victoria Grayson, Emily Vancamp as Emily Thorne, Gabriel Mann as Nolan Ross, Henry Czerny as Conrad Grayson, Ashley Madekwe as Ashley Davenport, Nick Wechsler as Jack Porter, Josh Bowman as Daniel Grayson, Christa B. Allen as Charlotte Grayson and Connor Paolo as Declan Porter.

"Penance" was written by Elle Triedman and directed by Colin Bucksey.


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