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published on   September 12, 2016  filed in Mistresses / News 11 

ABC has cancelled the frothy summertime soap after four seasons, TVLine has learned. Last Tuesday’s Season 4 finale — which revolved around the death of Yunjin Kim’s Karen — will now serve as the series finale. The episode drew 2.6 million viewers and an 0.6 rating, on par with the show’s Season 3 finale.

Exec producer Rina Mimoun told TVLine earlier this week that she and showrunner Josh Reims were in the process of trying to sell the network on the idea of “a final fling” of 13 episodes to air in 2017. “We really feel like there’s one more year of story to tell, but we’re also looking for a graceful way to wrap up the series,” she explained. “There’d be some new hot messes in the mix, and we’d be moving back toward the kind of racy romp that Mistresses was when it began.”

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published on   February 16, 2015  filed in Mistresses / News Like 

Even though Mistresses last showed Scott getting ditched at the altar, he’s not done just yet! Justin Hartley will return to the ABC summer soap for two episodes, has learned exclusively.

In the final moments of the second season, Joss (Jes Macallan) and Harry (Brett Tucker) finally got together on the beach outside of Joss and Scott’s wedding. The episode ended with Savi (Alyssa Milano) walking down the steps to possibly find her sister and her ex-husband together. However what Savi saw or didn’t see could be complicated by the that Milano is exiting the show.

“A lot of where Season 3 starts is dealing with what the massive repercussions that choice will bring,” Macallan said. “We know it’s going to be wrapped up, but we don’t know how they’re going to handle it.”

Regardless of how the show handles Savi’s off-camera reaction to the major development, it’s clear Scott’s handling of the rejection will play a big part in the beginning of the season. As for Joss and Harry’s future, both Macallan and Tucker are just glad their characters finally got together – a plotline that wasn’t exactly planned from the beginning.

“[The writers] allowed the progression of what was happening on-screen to happen and influence their writing,” she said. “They were like, ‘There’s something going on there’ and they ran with it. I don’t think we thought it was going there, but they [said to us], ‘Are you feeling that under the subtext?’ And we said, ‘Totally, that could happen.'”

Are you happy Joss and Harry got together? Are you glad Scott is coming back?

Mistresses returns this summer to ABC.

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published on   October 16, 2014  filed in News / Red Band Society / TV Like 

Jes Macallan has been cast in an arc on Fox’s coming-of age-drama series Red Band Society, from ABC Studios and Amblin TV. Written/exec produced by Margaret Nagle and based on a Spanish format, Red Band Society revolves around teenagers who are long-term hospital patients. Macallan, repped by UTA, Luber Roklin and attorney Lev Ginsburg, will play Ashley Cole, Hunter’s (Daren Kagasoff) sister.

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published on   September 30, 2014  filed in Mistresses / News Like 

ABC announced today that it has renewed its addictive sudser Mistresses for Season 3 — guaranteeing some resolution to the multiple cliffhangers faced by sisters Savi (Alyssa Milano) and Joss (Jes Macallan) and their close friends Karen (Yunjin Kim) and April (Rochelle Aytes) in the show’s sophomore finale.

The renewal comes a month after the show’s Season 2 finale — which aired on Labor Day — drew 3.5 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating, dipping a tenth in the demo week-to-week, but down 10 and 27 percent from its freshman finisher (which did not air on a national holiday).

Like Seasons 1 and 2, Season 3 will consist of 13 episodes; it will air in Summer 2015.

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published on   April 20, 2013  filed in Mistresses / News Like 

ABC has set spring premiere dates for two of its series, “The Bachelorette” and “Mistresses.”

“The Bachelorette,” ABC’s powerhouse looking-for-love reality show, will return first on Monday, May 20 with a 9-11pm premiere. Season 9 of the show will move to its regular time-slot of Mondays from 8-10pm starting the following week on May 27.

The identity of the upcoming “Bachelorette” will be revealed on Monday, March 11, during “The Bachelor: After the Final Rose” special t 10-11pm. There are, however, rumors circulating about the lucky lady’s name — click here to find out who might be looking for love this spring.

“Mistresses” is a new, scripted show that will premiere its first season on Monday, June 3rd from 10-11pm. Starring Alyssa Milano, Yunjin Kim, Rochelle Aytes and Jes Macallan, this sexy (and sex-filled) program follows the lives of four female friends as they negotiate forbidden romances and life. “Mistresses” is based on a British series of the same name.

The two spring/summer shows will replace “Dancing with the Stars” and “Castle” when those two series end their season runs. Considering the subject matter of the premiering series, Monday nights will be either the best or the worst thing for women this summer.

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