mistresses

It’s the elephant in the room everyone’s been talking about. Last night, during former President Bill Clinton’s speech, he
I did something I had judged others for doing in the past and something that I had always said I would never do. I had an affair with someone who was married.
With Savi's storylines, everything is sort of swept under the rug, including the fact that she was about to tell her ex-husband
No marriage is perfect, it will not always be "rainbows and butterflies"; it takes work to keep a marriage going. It takes humility, sacrifice, and a lot of energy. But when there are so many people ready to swoop in and make themselves available to your spouse with the simple click of a button, it almost feels like it is an impossible undertaking.
As contemporary television goes, the more illicit the sex, the steamier. Cue up the many articles praising TV executives
Ashley Madison, the infamous site for people seeking affair partners, has told us many things about its users throughout
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ABC's "Mistresses" has been renewed for Season 2 by ABC, the network confirmed via Twitter. Despite a modest freshman season
"Mistresses" airs Monday, 9 p.m. ET on ABC. On the summer series, Milano plays Savannah 'Savi' Davis, a lawyer who has an
Why would a woman want to hear the lurid details of her husband's sexual encounters with another woman?
My mother once told me that "mistress" was an ugly word, but the term has never looked better, thanks to Lisa Faith Phillips.
"Mistresses" has been as scandalous so far as the show's title implies, with all the leading ladies navigating some pretty
An exclusive sneak peek at an all new episode of ABC's "Mistresses," titled "Decisions, Decisions," where Savi must hide her pregnancy from Harry as she anxiously waits for paternity test results.
"Mistresses" airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. Alyssa Milano, who plays Savi on ABC's new summer drama, had this to say
According to the New York Times, the show tackles topics such as adultery, marriage and losing a spouse, and each female
"Type two," Symonds went on, "is the woman who doesn't know he's married. I've been in every kind of relationship in over
Sarah Symonds joins Ricky to tell the story about what happened when she called the wife of her boyfriend.
"MISTRESSES" Based on the hit UK television series of the same name, "Mistresses" is a provocative and thrilling drama about
No one found out about the affair, but this writer has lived with the deception for 10 years.