Bree (Marcia Cross) has been charged with a murder she did not commit — not an uncommon occurrence on Wisteria Lane. With the “Desperate Housewives” series finale just three weeks away, her situation seems hopeless. Fortunately, brilliant attorney Trip is representing her. This week, as they get to know each other better, it seems […]
A judge has refused to dismiss Nicollette Sheridan’s lawsuit over the demise of her role on “Desperate Housewives.”
“Desperate Housewives” star Eva Longoria appeared on “Good Morning America” Thursday, where she talked with Katie Couric about the high-profile court case surrounding the embattled series as it prepares to end after eight seasons.
Eva Longoria is “All About Love.” The divorced “Desperate Housewives” star is channeling her real-life heartbreak into a new reality show.
As the road comes to an end for the ladies of Wisteria Lane, it’s time to prepare ourselves for the two-hour series finale of “Desperate Housewives,” airing Sunday, May 13. That means there are just five more new episodes!
A judge declared a mistrial Monday in Nicollette Sheridan’s wrongful termination trial after the jury deadlocked, leaving an unresolved finale to a two-week trial that focused on the behind-the-scenes intrigue and personalities of TV’s “Desperate Housewives.”
Nicollette Sheridan’s wrongful termination trial has gone into extra innings with jurors saying they are “hopelessly deadlocked.” The jury of nine women and three men failed to reach a verdict on Friday after a second day of deliberations, pushing the trial into yet another week when it resumes Monday.
An attorney for ABC television and the creator of “Desperate Housewives” says Nicollette Sheridan’s attorneys are resorting to desperation to try to prove her wrongful termination case.
Jurors in Nicollette Sheridan’s wrongful termination case heard a set worker Tuesday describe an email he believed called for the destruction of files related to the firing of the actress from the hit show “Desperate Housewives.”
Closing arguments could begin Tuesday in the “Desperate Housewives” trial, but not before the court rules whether to allow testimony from an 11th-hour witness that Nicollette Sheridan’s attorneys say could prove a cover-up by ABC.