Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman Film Revenge Wedding Scenes For Season 3's Winter Finale: Pics

Actors Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman (dressed as Emily Thorne and Daniel Grayson) pose for a wedding photo shoot in Revenge season 3. Credit: Richard Cartwright/ABC

It's far from a match made in heaven, but in just two weeks, Revenge fans will get to see Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman) tie the knot and maybe get some answers as to who shoots the blonde bride in the stomach, causing her to fall into the ocean.

After a brief hiatus, the hit ABC drama will be back on Sunday, Dec. 8 for its new episode, "Surrender." In this pre-wedding installment, we see Emily and Daniel posing for a high-fashion bridal photoshoot. 

Though their characters had a treacherous, deceit-filled relationship, actors Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman are still going strong off-screen after dating for almost two years.

In the photos, Ems looks positively regal sitting on a swing set covered in flowers as her groom-to-be beams for the cameras. But behind the scenes, things are always more complicated than they appear. 

Danny's been shacking up with his former flame, Sara, and Emily's slowly losing her grip on her future groom and the Grayson family's epic takedown. But with new photos released from the show's winter finale, "Exodus," we see that the complicated couple actually does tie the knot. 

Not only does Ms. Thorne's bestie Nolan Ross (Gabriel Mann) walk her down the aisle, but Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) is standing there ready to greet her in the deep red gown she picked out in a previous episode. 

We see the couple's first dance and the cutting of the cake, so it looks like the wedding actually does happen. But Hamptons Queen Victoria looks far too content for things to have gone entirely according to plan. 

As fans saw in the season 3 premiere, Ems gets shot while wearing her wedding dress, so her big day won't be all bouquets and tuxedos. The big question remains: Who was the one to pull the trigger and will she survive?

After a lackluster season 2, the soapy drama returned to better ratings and critical acclaim in season 3. Before the show's sophomore finale, creator Mike Kelley stepped down from his post, making way for new show runner Sunil Nayar