Interview: DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES creator Marc Cherry talks series finale and eight years on Wisteria Lane

Marcia Cross, Teri Hatcher, Eva Longira, Felicity Huffman in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 8 - "Finishing the Hat" - Series Finale | ©2012 ABC/Ron Tom

After eight seasons, ABC’s drama-with-comedy DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES concludes its run tonight, Sunday May 13, with a special two-hour episode that begins at 9 PM. Marc Cherry, the show’s creator and executive producer, talks about various aspects of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES over the years, as well as how long he’s known how it would end and what to look for in the final episode. ASSIGNMENT X: The friendships between the women of Wisteria Lane are deep but tend to be very conflicted … MARC CHERRY: One of the things that I learned on THE GOLDEN GIRLS is you want your ensemble of …Read On »

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Interview: Eva Longoria on the end of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

Eva Longoria in the upcoming episode of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES entitled "Lost My Power" | © 2012 ABC/Danny Feld

Eva Longoria shot to fame in the first year of what’s turned out to be her eight-season run as well-to-do Gabrielle Solis on ABC’s DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, which airs Sundays at 9 PM. The Texas-born Longoria, who has a Bachelor’s degree in science from A&M University, has a healthy film career outside of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES – she’s in four features scheduled for release, including FOR GREATER GLORY with Peter O’Toole and Andy Garcia, THE BAYTOWN DISCO with VAMPIRE DIARIES’ Paul Wesley, THE TRUTH with Forest Whitaker and LONG TIME GONE – she also wrote a cookbook with Marah Slets entitled EVA’S …Read On »

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Interview: Marcia Cross chats about the end of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

Marcia Cross in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 8 | ©2012 ABC/Matthew Rolston

If a take on the set of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES is interrupted by a ringing cell phone, you may be sure that the offending sound will not be the fault of actress Marcia Cross. Not that she won’t pick up – you just won’t hear it first. “Mine’s on silent and I answer it,” the actress laughs. “It doesn’t have time to ring.” This may be because in real life, Cross is the mother of two young children and, like most working parents, wants to be no more than a phone call away should they need her. Cross, a native of …Read On »

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TCA News: Creator says DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES feature film will not happen after the show ends

Vanessa Williams, Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman, Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 8 | ©2012 ABC/Matthew Rolston

At today’s ABC TCA session for the eighth and final season of the hit series DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, creator Marc Cherry says that there will be no DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES feature film in offing after the show ends its run unlike what happened with SEX AND THE CITY after it ended its HBO run. “SEX IN THE CITY did something like 69 episodes and I always thought the advantage for them was they hadn’t plumed the depths of those characters,” says Cherry. “After eight years [on DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES], I think we’re done and I’m happy about it. I feel very satisfied with …Read On »

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TCA 2011 News: DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES creator Marc Cherry talks about the eighth and final season of the hit ABC series

Eva Longoria in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 7 - "And Lots of Security ..."/"Come on Over for Dinner" | ©2011 ABC/Danny Feld

With ABC just announcing that DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES will be ending after its forthcoming Eighth and final season, creator and executive producer Marc Cherry spoke today at the Television Critics Association today about how that decision came about. “I think the only thing harder in creating a hit show is when to end it – especially when you have one of the most amazing casts in the history of television,” says Cherry. “Because I have been working in TV for 23 years, I’m also very aware of people overstaying their welcome [especially] shows that have gone on too long, drifted away …Read On »

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Interview: Nathan Fillion rocks CASTLE

Nathan Fillion in CASTLE - Season 3 | ©2010 ABC/Bob D'Amico

ABC’s hit show CASTLE, wrapping up its third season Mondays at 10 PM and coming back for a fourth season, is named for its hero. Nathan Fillion’s Richard Castle is a hugely successful NY-based mystery novelist who lives with his mother Martha (Susan Sullivan) and teenaged daughter Alexis (Molly Quinn). He has become unofficial partner to NYPD homicide detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), who treats Castle with a combination of affection, annoyance and attraction as he trails her, ostensibly as inspiration for his writing, but clearly more because he just enjoys her company. For anyone who doesn’t know Fillion’s pre-CASTLE …Read On »

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