Life After 'Desperate Housewives': What's Next For the Cast


Millions of viewers tuned in to say goodbye to the Desperate Housewives on Sunday, May 13 after eight seasons.

Although there must have been lots of tears, (Felicity Huffman predicted she would be "crying in Eva's arms" watching the finale) series endings also mean good things for cast and crew members, including family time and new projects. 

Eva Longoria (Gabrielle): The curtain has closed on Wisteria Lane, but the actress, producer and activist Longoria will remain busy. Fulfilling her role, in what she expressed to The Hollywood Reporter as "The most important election in my lifetime," as one of President Obama’s national co-chairs. In the Obama for America movement, she will be traveling to swing states specifically engaging Latin Americans and women to support Obama for re-election. "So when the election comes, it’s going to be a pretty clear choice if you’re a woman, if you’re Latino – it’s going to be very clear who’s on your side." Longoria has also begun to focus more on some producing projects. One of them is producing NBC’s upcoming dating series, Ready for Love, as well as co-producing with Housewives creator Marc Cherry on the soapy drama pilot, Devious Maids, for ABC. She has also placed a legal drama with The CW. Read More...


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