'Mistresses': Alyssa Milano and friends weave tangled webs in ABC's summer soap

When a show revolves around four women's lives and loves, as does "Mistresses," the comparisons to "Sex and the City" and "Desperate Housewives" are inevitable.But don't look for a Carrie or a Lynette. Rather, the prime-time drama, premiering Monday (June 3) on ABC, features two very different sisters, Savi (Alyssa Milano, "Charmed") and Josslyn (Jes Macallan, "Justified"), and Savi's pals Karen (Yunjin Kim, "Lost") and April (Rochelle Aytes, "The Forgotten").Technically, at least in the first couple of episodes, no one is a mistress, in the kept woman sense of the word.Savi is connected to everyone else. An ambitious lawyer, she's married to a distant, rather brittle chef, Harry (Brett Tucker). When Savi's husband ignores her, she seeks attention elsewhere."Savi has that moment where, 'OK, I am going to jump off the cliff right now,' and lives and has to figure out how to put the pieces back together of her life," Milano says. "That good...



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