The Desperate Housewives of Fairview are about to meet one of the original housewives of Long Island.
Everybody Loves Raymond mom Doris Roberts is set to appear in one of the ABC series' final episodes, a show rep confirms.
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Eva Longoria first tweeted about Robert's upcoming guest spot Wednesday, when she posted a picture of her and...
James Denton, Teri Hatcher
In May, ABC's Desperate Housewives will sign off after eight crazy, emotional seasons of sex and scandal. Coming up: One housewife goes broke, another discovers a secret about her child's sexuality, and one character pictured below won't live past March. The cast tells me they'd like to see even more shockers in the series finale.
Desperate Housewives doesn't wrap its eight-year run until May, but the grim reaper will be paying an early visit in March when a "major character" will die. As first reported by Entertainment Weekly, the passing will be "pivotal" to the rest of the season.
So which character is being laid to rest? We weigh the pros and cons for killing off each of the housewives and their house husbands in order from most likely to eat it to least:
1. Mike (James Denton)
Why He Will Die: Producers haven't really known what to do with Mike in recent years so death would finally give him purpose and send Susan on an intriguing new path. And it makes narrative sense, too: Mike made himself known to the bad guys when he convinced Ben not to borrow...
Eva Longoria says she was unhappy about her weight loss after her November 2010 split from pro basketball star Tony Parker — even though she was getting compliments.
That much-missed fan fave Lauralee Bell returns to The Young and the Restless November 9 but it's no happy occasion.
Lindsay Lohan showed off her new pearly whites over the weekend, just two weeks after drawing attention for her seemingly decaying teeth.
"Thanks Dr. Dorfman for the zoom," the 25-year-old actress wrote underneath the picture of her teeth, which she posted on the whosay site. "My gums are so...
Get ready to relive a nightmare! Longtime fan fave Lauralee Bell is heading back to CBS's The Young and the Restless for a series of episodes starting November 9 that'll be packed with juicy flashbacks — circa 2001-03 — featuring Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria.
Just before Longoria hit Wisteria Lane, she played Genoa City nutjob Isabella Braña, a former prostie who clashed with Bell's character, Christine, and made her life a living hell. Isabella not only got pregnant by Christine's husband, Paul Williams (Doug Davidson), but later faked...
Tina Fey, Eva Longoria
Tina Fey and Eva Longoria top Forbes' annual list as TV's highest-paid actresses.
The 30 Rock actress had a successful year as producer, head writer and star of her NBC series. She also released he debut book, Bossypants, which sold 150,000 copies in the first month.
The four that started it all are coming back together for the final season of Desperate Housewives. But instead of a Wisteria Lane block party, it's a dead body that will pull Susan, Lynette, Bree and Gaby into each other's lives in Season 8. "We're bonded together by this secret, and that really tests all of our friendships, but it also brings us closer together," Eva Longoria tells TVGuide.com. "Every episode is a roller coaster: one minute, we're mad at each other and then we're not mad at each other. One minute, we're together and we're the four musketeers, and then we're not."
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This deep, dark secret is the fact that Carlos killed Gaby's abusive step-father in the season finale. Susan, Lynette and Bree walked in just in time to see the dead body and the five longtime neighbors agreed to cover-up Carlos' big oops. But how will this secret affect their love lives? Will Gaby and Carlos be able to handle the pressure? Will Bree be able to keep the murder hidden from her detective boyfriend? Is there still hope for Lynette and...
Romancing the Stone
Get Billy Ocean on the horn! NBC is planning to adapt Romancing the Stone as a television series, Deadline reports.
The 1984 romantic comedy stars Kathleen Turner as romance novelist Joan Wilder, who travels to Colombia to save her kidnapped sister, with the help of con man/charmer Jack T. Colton (Michael Douglas). The box office smash, which launched Turner's career and is considered Douglas' comeback film, spawned an equally successful sequel, 1985's Jewel of the Nile — and two killer theme songs, Eddy Grant's funky original and Ocean's peppier follow-up.