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14 August 7th, 2013 WATCH: Venice Season Four Premiere Episode! What Was Your Reaction?


Crystal Chappell has just released the first episode of season four of Venice! The highly-anticipated web series favorite has finally returned and if the first installment is any indication, it is going to be a bumpy and dramatic season!

The story picks-up after the startling season three cliffhanger when Owen (Galen Gering) is stabbed by Sami, and The Colonel (Jordan Clarke) happens upon the scene!  And if you recall in season three, there was the question of The Colonel not being Owen’s bio-dad! Will that part of the story be part of season four?  Only time will tell!    What happens in the season four premiere is shocking and emotional one for all the characters in Owen’s life, but none more than his sister, Gina (Crystal Chappell).

And as the premiere unfolds, we learn if Ani (Jessica Leccia) said “yes” to Lara’s  (Nadia Bjorlin)marriage proposal?  In addition, how will Gina cope when she learns the daughter she gave away many years ago has resurfaced?

But at the centerpiece of Venice is the undying love story and emotional bond between Gina and Ani, and in the opener, you see the pull these two have for each other at full strength much to the chagrin of Lara!  Crystal Chappell delivers a beautiful performance in the first installment that proves once again, she is one of the best actresses out there!

Venice, whose themes range from their same-sex love story, and the afterlife, continues on that path with some surprising twists and turns in the season opener including: a crime scene investigation, and Guya (Hillary B. Smith) feeling the presence of those who have passed on!  And be on the lookout for Christian LeBlanc’s turn as Ani’s brother and Michael Sabatino as Alan, as when these two are on the canvas, the rest of the Venice cast of characters better watch their backs!

Now watch the season four premiere episode of Venice, and let us know what was your reaction?  Were you shocked? What did you think of Crystal Chappell’s performance?  Comment below!

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  1. Mary says:

    Holy Cow! I can hardly wait to see how the rest of the sseason pans out!


  2. Amina says:

    Well, I was impressed with the episode and the performance of all the actors present; Crystal Chappell and Judi Evans’ especially. Robert Newman easily and smoothly stepped into Peter Reckell’s shoes as Richard yet without trying to be exactly like Peter; I was impressed with that too. I feel this season of Venice will contain far more angst than the previous seasons and I congratulate Crystal Chappell for a job well done.


  3. junebuggnc says:

    OMG!!!!!!! It was definitely worth the wait. I don’t want to spoil anything but I have to say I sooooo loved the Owen scenes. Is it next Wednesday yet?!?!?!?!?


  4. Carol says:

    Put the camera on a tripod for god’s sake. The lighting was awful. I don’t usually care about those things with a web series. But it was so darn distracting.


  5. Nicole says:

    Interesting seeing all the different soap characters. If your into lesbians I’m sure it would be good. Can’t tell if there’s to much plastic surgery or not enough? The filming is good. The heaven scene was lame.


    Tamara replied

    The comment about the plastic surgery was uncalled for and cruel. And what’s really lame are the spelling mistakes in your comment.


    Romy70 replied

    I loved the heaven scene. It injected some humor into a very serious episode.


  6. Amy says:

    WOW what a show. Cudos for Crystal, cast and crew. I have already watched several times to make sure that I didn’t miss anything. So ready for the next episode. Broke my heart when Guya wakes up and ask for Owen to return and then Ani in Gina’s arms. What a great show. Can’t wait to see what is next.


  7. Bev says:

    I have not watched the episdoe as yet but reading the comments the anticipation is killing me…I cannot wait to get home and watch…….


  8. Mad/hatter says:

    Just one question why did GH not do everything in the world to get Robert Newman to play Julian Jerome? Gosh how I miss that man!


  9. bookchick says:

    I liked the dramatic potential of Owen’s death but HATED the heaven scenes. I loved the moments between Gina & Ani. The overall tone of the show is different this season and not for the better. Poor lighting, terrible music (except the song at the end), it just didn’t feel as high quality as Venice usually does.


  10. Doe says:

    This show is on fire. Great performances by all. Chystal is fabulous. Lookig forward to all the happenings..


  11. Perla says:

    Great start, I can’t wait for part 2.


  12. bookchick says:

    I have to say, episode 2 is soooo much better. It’s too bad it’s not the freeby because I think it would reel in more potential viewers. There’s a snazzy new opening. It is a very compelling, cohesive episode with none of that heaven nonsense.


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