Hope you’ve stocked up on wine, “Mistresses” fans, because you’ll definitely need a glass (or two) when the sizzling summer series returns to ABC with another scandalous season.
The network has announced that Joss (Jes Macallan), Karen (Yunjin Kim), April (Rochelle Aytes) and the rest of the gang will make their way back to the small screen on Monday, May 30, for the Season 4 premiere of the thrilling series. And according to a synopsis for the new installment, the drama will only grow more intense as our favorite trio continue their journey to self-discovery.
“When it comes to love, these girlfriends find support and guidance with each other as they push the limits, test their boundaries and discover just how far they are prepared to go,” the summary for the 13-episode season reveals, adding that the forthcoming installment will feature new secrecies and betrayals.
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— Rochelle S. Aytes (@rochelleaytes) April 20, 2016
Could the upcoming drama have anything to do with the reprisal of Tabrett Bethell’s character Kate who has now been promoted to a series regular? Kate is Harry’s (Brett Tucker) mischievous sister who made an appearance during the sophomore season of “Mistresses” when Harry contemplated moving back to Australia.
TVLine reported that Kate will stir up drama between Harry and Joss during the fourth season, which teases that Joss may survive the deadly Season 3 finale. In the finale episode, Calista’s (Jennifer Esposito) assistant Wilson (Jarod Joseph) went rogue and was seen pointing a gun at Joss while Harry, unbeknownst to the drama, boarded a plane to Europe to begin his Food Network gig.
“Mistresses” will air its Season 4 premiere on Monday, May 30, at 10 p.m. EDT on ABC.