Is ‘Revenge’ streaming on Netflix?

Revenge is a TV show that has gained a strong following over the course of its four-season run on ABC. So when the network has pulled the plug on the series, many fans got extremely disappointed. The compelling story of Emily Thorne and her quest for revenge in the Hamptons ended too soon and unfortunately, no other networks have shown interest in resurrecting the one hour drama.

If you discovered the show just now and wondering if you can binge watch all four seasons on Netflix, you’ve landed on the right place.

Is Revenge currently streaming on Netflix?


Yes. It is on Netflix right now.

ABC has been partnering with the streaming network in the past years and since Revenge was able to establish a strong following, it’s unlikely that the company will drop the series anytime soon.

That said, you just have to subscribe to Netflix to gain all access to Revenge up to its series finale, which aired in 2015.

There’s also an option where you can rent the DVD of Revenge or any other TV series. Netflix charges $4.99 per month to use that service.

Stream Elsewhere

Looking for other options besides Netflix? Keep reading..

Amazon and Apple are among other streaming channels where you can buy each episodes and seasons of Revenge. Each episodes start at $2.99 with full HD resolution.

Just follow the links below to know more:

We hope that helped.  In case you want to know more about the series, we’ve attached the official description below.  

You may also check out the descriptions for the pilot episode up to the series finale at Revenge Episode Guide page. For the promo of the pilot, just hit the play button below to watch the clip.

Happy streaming!

Emily Thorne (Emily Van Camp) is the newest arrival in the Hamptons. By all appearances, she’s a friendly and sophisticated “girl next door,” but with a dark family history, Emily is anything but what she seems. Seventeen years ago, her father was framed for a crime by neighbors he trusted, and sentenced to life. Emily never saw her father again, and spent her childhood consumed by rage, loss and betrayal. Now she’s returning under an assumed identity with one goal – REVENGE — every social overture a carefully planned chip at the foundation of her sworn enemies. Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) is the glamorous matriarch of the Grayson family and reigning Queen of the Hamptons who holds a dark secret — her culpability in the events that destroyed Emily’s life. Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny) is the head of the Grayson family, a man willing to do whatever it takes to slither out of scandalous situations. Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman) is the Graysons’ son who finds himself unable to resist Emily. Charlotte Grayson (Christa B. Allen), their daughter, fits right in with the “mean girls” of the Hamptons, but is also drawn to boys from the “wrong side of the tracks.” Nolan Ross (Gabriel Mann) shares a link to Emily’s past, her present and her secret. Jack Porter (Nick Wechsler) has spent his life helping his father manage the Stowaway Tavern, and when fate brings Emily into his life, he’s unable to shake a deja vu-like connection to her. Declan Porter (Connor Paolo), Jack’s kid brother, is intrigued by the wealthy world of these elite vacationers and finds a target in Charlotte Grayson. Emily’s closest friend, Ashley Davenport (Ashley Madekwe), is the go-to event planner who hopes to gain entree into Victoria’s good graces and solidify her status among the Hamptonites.

Emily returns to Southampton and rents the seaside home she shared with her father, David Clarke (James Tupper), 17 years ago. With the help of her only friend, Ashley, she sets her sites on her first target, and puts her carefully organized plan in motion. Her focus unexpectedly wavers when she comes across Jack, a friendly face from the past, makes a new romantic connection with the son of her sworn enemy, and is pushed into an uneasy alliance with the only person who knows her secret.