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Posted Monday 4/16/18 at 5:49PM EDT
Eva Longoria honored with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star with one of her Desperate Housewives co-stars on hand
Felicity Huffman joined a pregnant Longoria at today's ceremony along with Kerry Washington, Reese Witherspoon, her Overboard co-star Anna Faris, Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, Ricky Martin and Mario Lopez. “It’s just been a surreal journey,” she said through tears, adding: “I feel like I’m still a little girl from Corpus Christi, Texas, who had a really big dream and big hair. As a woman and as a Latina, I represent a lot of communities and I want to tell all those communities that this isn’t my star, this is our star.”
Posted Wednesday 4/04/18 at 5:25PM EDT
Teri Hatcher dominated Britain's The Great Celebrity Bake Off
The former Desperate Housewives star was crowned "Star Baker" on last night's celebrity edition of The Great British Bake Off.
Posted Tuesday 1/30/18 at 2:04AM EST
Teri Hatcher signs on for the celebrity version of The Great British Bake Off
The Desperate Housewives alum is the first celebrity to sign on for the first celebrity edition of the hit British reality show.
Posted Wednesday 12/20/17 at 10:03PM EST
Eva Longoria would be up for a Desperate Housewives revival, but doubts it will ever happen
Longoria, who revealed Tuesday she's pregnant with her first child, tells NewBeauty of a potential Desperate revival: "I wish! I love that show. I miss it every single day. I miss being Gaby. I miss being on set. I miss everything about it. But our creator (Marc Cherry) has said many times he wouldn't bring it back Plus, we're all so busy. Felicity (Huffman) is always off doing some Emmy award-winning show. I'm busy with my projects. I don't know if it will ever happen, but I'm all for the idea!" ALSO: Longoria has two female-focused TV shows in the works at Fox.
Posted Friday 10/06/17 at 10:24PM EDT
TV industry book Desperate Networks is being developed as a TV series
Bill Carter, the former New York Times TV writer whose book on the Letterman-Leno late-night wars was made into the HBO movie Late Shift, is about to see another of his TV books adapted -- this time, as a potential TV series. Carter released Desperate Networks in 2006, and is set to write the TV adaptation. Desperate Networks focused primarily on ABC’s trio of successful shows in the 2004-05 season (Desperate Housewives, Lost and Grey’s Anatomy), along with the early-2000s rise of reality TV, American Idol and Donald Trump's The Apprentice.