Though not a great performer, “Mistresses” held steady for most of its run and finished as the No. 2 new scripted series of the summer in adults 18-49, behind “Under the Dome.” And, it improved later in its run when ABC moved it to 9 p.m., and thus didn’t have to face “Dome.”
ABC's summer breakout hit, Mistresses, scored big in the ratings Monday night. The season finale saw a rise in total views from the previous week by almost one million, and tied the series high in the coveted adult 18-49 demographic. The primetime soap opera also claimed the top spot in the hour in women 18-49. READ MORE
Could there be more steamy affairs in store for ABC’s Mistresses? According to TVLine, the alphabet network has given the show’s core cast members an extension of their contract through the end of September. The article also teases the possibility such a move could be because the network is contemplating a second season for the summer series.
While not a spectacular ratings performer, Mistresses — which stars Milano, Jes Macallan, Rochelle Aytes and Yunjin Kim as a quartet of pals grappling with infidelity, stalkers, reappearing presumed-dead spouses and other juicy soap-opera tropes — has been holding its own on Mondays at 10/9c opposite CBS’ mighty Under the Dome READ MORE
After initially rebuffing Dominic’s (Jason George) advances, Savannah (Alyssa Milano) indulged herself in the hunk at the end of the Mistresses premiere. Will she come clean to her husband, Olivier (Mike Dopud)? Could a pregnancy complicate matters even more? Watch this week’s Mistresses preview after the jump! READ MORE
ABC’s Mistresses may be a Dead Soap Walking, but could getting racier help boost ratings? The Hollywood Reporter has exclusive photos from the June 24 episode and it involves Joss (Jes Macallan)....well, check out the steamy pics and then share your thoughts in the comments below!.
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It's one thing to adore a principled, do-gooder, "Gladiator" in love with a married president (Hi, Scandal's Olivia Pope!), but is America actually ready to embrace a soap opera where several female protagonists are homewreckers? Apparently not, judging from the ratings for ABC's Mistresses. READ MORE