After the second season, Mistresses moved production from Los Angeles to Vancouver. The move caused Milano to reconsider her future on the series. She left because she did not want to move her children from their home in Los Angeles.
Now, Deadline is reporting that the series is moving its production back to California after the California Film Commission offered tax incentives for the series to relocate its production back to Los Angeles.
This does pose an interesting situation. Milano’s character still has a connection to the show, and she could easily return to Mistresses during its upcoming fourth season. Her spot on the series is also vacant after Jennifer Esposito departed the series at the end of the season. She was brought in to fill in the spot left open by Milano’s departure.
Deadline also mentioned in their report that ABC and Milano have not yet entered talks about her return, but that could change in the weeks ahead.
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