Who Plays Dr. Harris On ‘Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce'? Mark Valley Is Abby's New Love Interest

Bravo’s first-ever scripted TV series Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce returned for a second season Tuesday, Dec. 1, bringing with it some steamy new cast members — and possible love interests for the series’ leading ladies. One such character is Mark Valley as Abby's Season 2 love interest.

Valley is slated to play Dr. Harris, a charming TV personality vying for Abby’s (Lisa Edelstein’s) affection. Viewers may recognize hunky Dr. Harris from Valley's previous TV roles on Boston Legal, Human Target, and Days of Our Lives. Though there is a new man on the horizon for Abby, things apparently still remain complicated with her ex and baby daddy, played by Paul Adelstein. We’ll just have to watch and see how this messy love triangle works out.

Additions and subtractions to the cast are nothing new for the Bravo series. The Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce girl group changed dramatically, yet pretty seamlessly, halfway through the first season with the exit of Janeane Garofalo making way for Alanna Ubach’s character, Jo. So, who else will be joining the Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce Season 2 cast? Here’s who’s making an appearance this season:

Jean-Luc Bilodeau

Bilodeau (of Baby Daddy fame) will play a hot, younger Tinder match for Jo.



Parks and Rec fans rejoice: Retta is back on the small screen! The actress snagged a recurring role on the series as Barbara, a rival editor at fictitious lifestyle website SheShe.

Maury Sterling

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The Homeland actor will play Jo's infamous, two-timing ex-husband Rob Frumpkis.

Megan Hilty

Smash alum Megan Hilty will join Sterling as the other Mrs. Frumpkis.

Barry Bostwick

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We’ll finally meet Abby’s parents this season. Her father will be played by Barry Bostwick; you know him from Spin City and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, though he may be hard to recognize without the glasses and tighty-whities.

Joanne Vannicola

The Being Erica actress will recur as Jonathan, an androgynous wedding planner. So, could there be a wedding this season?

Tune in Tuesdays to see how all the drama with these new characters plays out.