Desperate Housewives may be in its seventh season, but the ladies of Wisteria Lane certainly aren't showing any signs of slowing down. Just this season we've had a baby switched at birth, a romance with a much younger man, and, of course, a murder. While we wait to learn the aftermath of the disastrous stampede, see how much you remember from the first half of the season.
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You've placed your votes for the best network comedy of the year, but let's switch gears to their more serious peers. We have a few new drama series on this list (now's your chance, Hawaii Five-0 fans!), along with some longtime favorites. Which is your No. 1? Weigh in!
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Eva Longoria spent a late night on the set of Desperate Housewives in LA yesterday. She filmed a dramatic car-jacking scene with her onscreen husband Ricardo Chavira, but it's the drama in her real-life relationship that's still getting all the attention. Since releasing a statement about her divorce from Tony Parker last month, the two have been spotted talking over lunch and dining at a BBQ restaurant in Texas. Despite their multiple meetings, the couple are apparently still going forward with the split, which was one of the most shocking of the year.
Between all of the new Fall shows and returning favorites, your TV calendar may be a little overworked. It's about time the networks trimmed the fat, don't you think? I recently asked you to weigh in on which long-running series have overstayed their welcome. Here are the top five shows you're ready to cut loose.
Halloween falls on a Sunday this year, and the ladies of Wisteria Lane are taking full advantage of the holiday for a special episode of Desperate Housewives. From the looks of things, Renee hosts a costume bash to get her new neighbors into the spirit. See the lovely ladies (and gentlemen) all decked out!
Regardless of the rollercoaster of cancellations and pickups for new TV series, there's still a stable of mature TV shows that have been running for a long time (over four seasons, to be precise). It's time for you to weigh on which shows are still thriving, and which shows should be put out of their misery.
The Fall TV premieres continue to roll in, and tonight promises some more highly-anticipated returns of beloved shows. It's the season premiere for Desperate Housewives and Brothers and Sisters, while cable has the premieres of Dexter, Eastbound and Down, and Bored to Death. None of those whetting your TV appetite? Get your reality check with Amazing Race or the Fox animated block of The Simpsons, Family Guy, and The Cleveland Show, which are all brand new for the season. You pretty much can't complain that there's nothing on TV tonight, so tell me: which of these premieres has you the most excited?
If you haven't heard the news by now, there are a couple of new faces coming to Desperate Housewives. Bree finds a new love interest in tattooed handyman Brian Austin Green, while Vanessa Williams will play a rich college friend of Lynette's. There's never a dull moment on Wisteria Lane, and new characters can only mean three things: drama, drama, drama. Check out these new pics to get a taste of what's in store.
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