Before ABC's Revenge came along to revive the prime-time soap in all of its shamelessly melodramatic splendor, there was an irresistible British potboiler called Mistresses, a sort of Desperate Housewreckers about four glam chums with a knack for making a mess of their torrid relationships. Of which they've had plenty.
Grant Show will soon follow in his Melrose Place character's footsteps and become a divorcee.
The actor's wife, actress Pollyanna McIntosh, filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences, People reports.
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Grant Show will be heading to Miami as a recurring guest star on USA's Burn Notice, EW reports.
Show will play a CIA operative named Max opposite Jeffrey Donovan's Michael Westen. He'll appear in the fifth season premiere, titled "Company Man," as well as in two more episodes.
Following her mother's suicide, Private Practice's Addison (Kate Walsh) will go into a dark place that may threaten her relationship with Sam (Taye Diggs).
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