The series, adapted from a British drama of the same name, revolves around four friends with angst-filled love lives. Milano’s character is Sarah, a successful — and married — lawyer who spends a lot of her post-9 to 5 hours with her handsome law partner.
“Lost” alum Yunjin Kim, Rochelle Aytes (“Detroit 1-8-7”) and Jes Macallan (“Justified”) also star in the series, which is being written and produced by “Gossip Girl” producer K.J. Steinberg.
Milano, who also starred in “New Year’s Eve” and “Hall Pass” on the big screen, is set to reprise her role as Amy, the ex-wife of Christian Slater’s Oz, on Fox’s “Breaking In” later this season.
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Like most parents, Alyssa Milano is proud of her child’s achievements—but in her case, she has every reason to brag. The actress, who celebrated her 40th birthday in December with a ’90s-themed party, told Us Weekly her son Milo “started talking at four months, he started crawling at five months, and he started walking at 12 months! He thinks he’s 12 years old!” [..]
A provocative yet sophisticated drama about four women and their love lives, their sex lives, their secrets, their lies, and above all, their friendship. From ABC Studios, and based on the hit BBC series of the same name, this is Executive Produced by Bob Sertner (Revenge, No Ordinary Family), KJ Steinberg (Gilded Lilys, Gossip Girl) and Rina Mimoun (Privileged, Gilmore Girls).
Who’s the Boss? alum Alyssa Milano was all smiles with her son Milo, 19 months, and husband David Bugliari at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. on Saturday (April 6). The family-of-three enjoyed a hockey game, with the L.A. Kings taking on the Edmonton Oilers.