‘Mistresses’ Season 2 Premiere Preview: ‘Rebuild’

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They’re back! On Monday, my favorite summertime guilty pleasure, Mistresses, brings primetime soapy goodness back into my life. When we last saw them, we were left with not one, but two, cliffhangers. So, what exactly have Savannah, Josslyn, April and Karen been up to since we last saw them?

Well, I will not give anything away here, but I will say that ‘Rebuild’ does indeed answer the numerous questions we were left with after the season 1 finale. In addition to that, we also see a lot unfold and new stories start to develop as each woman embarks on a new direction in their lives.

Did Savi survive? Did her baby? Who did she choose; Harry or Dominic?

Yes. I think which question I’m answering is obvious. You’ll have to tune in to find out the rest. What do you think happened with Savi?

Who was shot; Sam or Elizabeth Grey? Is Karen practicing medicine again?

Yes. We start to see Karen question her choices a little more this time around. Who do you think was shot?

What are April and Josslyn up to?

Well, while Joss is growing up, April is learning to live in the moment. And hot DAMN does she live in the moment.

I would like to mention that the way the first scenes were shot is incredibly well done. The first time we see Alyssa, jaws will drop. Gorgeous. Check out the photos from the season premiere and then hit the comment box and let me know what you think the outcome of the cliffhangers will be!

Mistresses returns Monday, June 2 at 10/9c on ABC.

Chrissie Ortiz
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