Latest Desperate Housewives Stories
By Alan Pergament It might be best to use a golf expression to put the upcoming television season in perspective. Call it the Year of the Mulligan or second chances.
AFTER turning down Sarah Jessica Parker's part of Carrie in Sex And The City and Bree in Desperate Housewives, Dana Delany isn't taking any more chances.
By SARAH O'MEARA AFTER turning down Sarah Jessica Parker's part of Carrie in Sex And The City and Bree in Desperate Housewives, Dana Delany isn't taking any more chances.
By GREG HERNANDEZ Neal McDonough fans who miss seeing the former "Boomtown" star on television each week can celebrate: Neal has joined the cast of ABC's "Desperate Housewives" as Nicollette Sheridan's new love interest.
HEROES actress Hayden Panettiere joined Desperate Housewives stars Teri Hatcher and James Denton on stage in a guest appearance for Band From TV, a charity musical performance by US telly stars in Los Angeles. (c) 2008 Daily Record; Glasgow (UK). Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning.
By Edited by Billy Sloan and Mickey McMonagle DESPERATE Housewife Eva Longoria is a happy homemaker in real life. The stunning actress claims all she wants to do is take care of basketball star hubby Tony Parker. Eva said: "I'm a 1950s housewife. I love baking. I love sewing and being home.
By Mike Hughes For "Desperate Housewives," 2008 is the everything year. It's the year the show has been large and small, tragic and comic, traditional and quirky. "Housewives" has survived a fake tornado and a real strike. Now it's ready to slow down, shrink down and have fun.
Actress Eva Longoria of the U.S. TV series Desperate Housewives says she can't wait to have children. The 33-year-old actress, known for the sexy allure she brings to the popular ABC drama, said she has always wanted to be married with kids, the Daily Mail reported Saturday.
By Robert Philpot, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jul. 28--Good Morning Texas: Channel 8's local talk-variety show kicks off "Texas Women Mean Business," a week's worth of interviews with North Texas businesswomen.
By Christopher Lawrence By CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE Review-Journal It may not be as drastic as having Bobby Ewing step out of the shower, but the networks seem to be encouraging viewers to think of the recent strike-plagued TV season as nothing more than a bad dream.
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