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Alyssa Milano talks about Savi's 'Mistresses' ending

Earlier this month, fans of ABC’s Mistresses were delighted when they heard that the show had been picked up—then shocked to learn that Alyssa Milano would not be returning to the series. (Milano chose not to move with the show when it relocated to Vancouver move because of her family.)

When EW caught up with Milano this week to discuss her role on Project Runway All Stars, we also asked for any updates on Mistresses season 3. “I don’t know what is happening with that—I just know that I am not going back,” she said. “I don’t know how they’re going to wrap it up.” READ FULL STORY

Alyssa Milano leaves 'Mistresses' after two seasons

Fans of Mistresses should say their goodbyes to Savannah.

EW has confirmed that Alyssa Milano will not be returning for the third season of the ABC show, which was just recently picked up. Milano originally took to Twitter to announce the news. Her comment is below:

“After two wonderful seasons in Los Angeles, the studio has decided to shoot season three of Mistresses in Vancouver, Canada for financial reasons. It’s with a heavy heart that I have decided that I can’t relocate. I have two babies under 4. Being a mother and wife comes first and I just can not uproot my children and separate the family by moving away. I will miss this job desperately and wish everyone the absolute best.”

ABC did not immediately respond to request for comment.

ABC renews 'Mistresses'

ABC announced that they have picked up summer series, Mistresses, for 13 episodes for season three.

The ABC Studios-produced show stars Alyssa Milano, Yunjin Kim, Rochelle Aytes, and Jes Macallan as a close-knit group of female friends whose lives are complicated by relationship woes and illicit affairs.

Executive produced by Rina Mimoun, KJ Steinberg, Robert Sertner, and Douglas Rae, the series’ finale ranked second in the ratings for the 18-49 demographic in its Monday night time slot against CBS’s Under the Dome, and has maintained a relatively consistent 0.9 rating in that demographic throughout the summer.

'Mistresses' star Matthew Del Negro heads to 'Scandal'

Mistresses hunk Matthew Del Negro has landed a recurring role on the upcoming season of Scandal, EW has learned exclusively.

Del Negro, whose credits also include NCIS: LA and Criminal Minds, will join the cast in a secret, yet juicy role. The actor is the latest new addition for season 4, which also includes guests Sonya Walger, Portia de Rossi, Mary McCormack, and Josh Randall.

Scandal returns Sept. 25 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

Alyssa Milano shares her favorite 'Melrose Place' memory (and it's pretty great)

She may be the star of ABC’s Mistresses now, but Alyssa Milano had no qualms reminiscing about her days on Melrose Place as Jennifer Mancini, Michael’s sister, when she stopped by Entertainment Weekly Radio’s TV Editor’s Hour. Asked for her favorite Melrose memory, Milano didn’t hesitate: “I have a great visual memory of Heather Locklear being pregnant and adorable, and passing her trailer — ’cause we used to share a two banger — and she was in denim overalls, with a black lace bra, nothing else, eating a tub of chocolate frosting.”

Listen to her interview with Entertainment Weekly‘s Henry Goldblatt below. There’s also talk of a Charmed reunion (at her house) and a discussion about why she’s drawn to shows that combine drama with comedy. “Because that’s life. What is life without laughter? No matter how hard things get in your world, you have to be able to laugh at the situation,” she says. “I remember someone once telling me before I married my husband, ‘You know you found the one if you can laugh no matter what the situation is.’ And that is truly what I have with my husband. So yeah, I think that those types of characters are really relatable — where you’re just able to look at yourself and be like, Ohmygod, what is my world — it’s hilarious.” READ FULL STORY

'Mistresses': Star Alyssa Milano talks about her seductive new role

ABC’s sudsy new series Mistresses is not Desperate Housewives — but it does have some things in common with the dearly departed soap.

Based on a British series of the same name, Mistresses – which debuts tonight at 10 p.m. — centers around four friends (including Charmed star Alyssa Milano and Lost’s Yunjin Kim) who find themselves entangled in not so wholesome — and, in some cases, even illicit — relationships. At the center of the series is Milano’s Savi, a (mostly) happily married lawyer who has an impulsive one-night stand with her long-time co-worker. “I look at Savi as being a really good person who makes a really bad decision and then sort of has to deal with the repercussions of that,” says Milano, who explains that Savi’s life will take a devastating turn as the series progresses. “It’s not only the potential end of her marriage, but also her friendships. She becomes very alone.”


Penelope Ann Miller joins ABC's 'Mistresses' -- EXCLUSIVE

Veteran film and TV actress Penelope Ann Miller is joining ABC’s upcoming sexy soapy drama series Mistresses.

Miller (Men of a Certain Age, The Artist) has landed a recurring role on the show. She’ll play Sam’s (Erik Stocklin) mother on the series who has no idea her late husband had a romance with another woman (Yunjin Kim).

Mistresses tells the story of four women with turbulent romantic lives. ABC will debut the show in midseason.

Here’s the trailer: READ FULL STORY


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