Alyssa Milano: I think the show is provocative. It's about temptation and human sexuality. But ultimately, the core of the show is about the friendship these four women have. I was drawn to the show because I really liked my character. I liked that she's flawed and trying to find her way.
AM: I think the only similarities is the fact that it’s about friends seeing each other through all kinds of situations.
AM: You’ll have to watch!
SK: It looks like you're character gets a lot of action in the first episode — getting frisky with both Jason George and Brett Tucker's characters. We have to know — was it awkward filming frisky scenes with both leading men?
AM: Fun and awkward. It’s especially awkward when your husband comes to visit you on set, too.
AM: It’s definitely not sexy. I would have to go back to my trailer every two hours to either breastfeed my son or pump.
AM: There’s drama, tears, laughter, heart… there’s a lot in store for this season.
AM: I think Mistresses does a good job at portraying the issues of sexuality and temptation that affect women everywhere. I think certain people will find the show controversial. But ultimately, when you look past the sexual behavior of the characters, you find a show about friendship.
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