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Dallas' Larry Hagman to Guest-Star on Desperate Housewives

Larry Hagman is going from Southfork Ranch to Wisteria Lane. The Dallas star and erstwhile J.R. Ewing will appear on Desperate Housewives later this season, he tells The Hollywood Reporter. Hagman will play the love interest of Lynette's mother, Stella Wingfield (Polly Bergen), and will start shooting next week. Having never seen the show, the 79-year-old says he has been catching up on Hulu. "I can watch a hundred episodes on my iPad," he says. "I never watch television, so I better get started so I can see what the show's all about." After his Housewives stint, Hagman could make a return trip to Dallas. TNT has ordered a reboot of the '80s prime-time soap, which will focus on the children and grandchildren of feuding brothers J.R. and Bobby Ewing. Hagman says negotiations are currently ongoing. Source Here

TV Ratings: Sunday Night Football scores for NBC again

Fast National ratings for Sunday, December 5, 2010. Football did its thing for NBC Sunday night as viewers recovered from the first round of the holidays came back to watch Pittsburgh school Baltimore. FOX also got its expected early boost from the football runover. NBC led the night with 16.1 million viewers and a 9.6 rating/15 share in households for Sunday. FOX followed with 11.6 million and a 6.7/10, then CBS (10.9 million, 6.6/10) and ABC (8.7 million, 5.3/8). The adult 18-49 demo title also went to NBC with a 5.7 rating, followed by FOX, 4.6, CBS, 2.6, and ABC, 2.5. To Read More  Click Here.

Who's Gunning for Paul Young on Desperate Housewives?

Spoiler alert! Following in the bloodied loafers of despised characters J.R. Ewing (Dallas) and Mr. Burns (The Simpsons), the villainous Paul Young (Mark Moses) will be shot by an unknown assailant in the final moments of Desperate Housewives' December 12 cliff-hanger. Fans will be left guessing whodunit until early next year.   You may recall in the season premiere, Felicia (Harriet Sansom Harris) vowed from her prison cell that Paul, who'd murdered her sister Martha, would be dead within six months. Now that he's destroyed picturesque Wisteria Lane, everyone has a motive. "We very carefully planted guns in the episode," says exec producer Bob Daily, who narrows the suspect list to four. To Read More Click Here.

Rhoda Comes to Desperate Housewives

I kinda love this. When Lesley Ann Warren returns to Desperate Housewives for the first time in six years as Susan's spacey mom, Sophie, she'll be bringing along her sister, Claire, played by Rhoda Morgenstern herself, Valerie Harper! Housewives executive producer Bob Daily tells me Aunt Claire, who likes her booze, will come visit niece Susan (Teri Hatcher) in the hospital after she sustains injuries in a dangerous neighborhood riot that will close out 2010. Look for Valerie, 71, to appear in the second new episode of 2011. Where's Sophie's husband, Morty (Bob Newhart), you may ask? He's fine -- just off camera this time around. With Newhart, Harper and Carol Burnett having all passed through Wisteria Lane, are there any other TV comedy legends out there you'd like to see visit Fairview? Source Here

Desperate Housewives Spoilers: A Riot on Wisteria Lane

There's been a tornado and a plane crash. What will befall Wisteria Lane next? A riot. According to the latest issue of  Entertainment Weekly , the midseason cliffhanger that will conclude this show's December 12 episode will center around more neighborhood madness than ever before. Look for a main character to get critically injured in the violent mess. t's safe to assume this riot is what Marc Cherry referred to a few weeks ago when discussing a planned "huge, huge scene" for December. Source Here

Teri Hatcher NOT Leaving 'Desperate Housewives'

Teri Hatcher has blasted "ridiculously untrue" reports she's quit "Desperate Housewives", insisting she will stay on the show until "it's canceled". The actress, who has played Susan Mayer in all seven series of the drama since it began in 2004, was said to have told executives at America's ABC network the next season will be her last. Britain's Sunday Express reported she was leaving the show so she could work on a new series - but Hatcher is fuming over the story, branding it a "reckless fabrication". She's taken to her Facebook.com page to reassure fans she's continuing with her role, which she describes as "one of the highlights of my career", and is demanding a "retraction and apology" over the report. To Read More Click Here.

Report: Teri Hatcher Leaving 'Desperate Housewives' for New Show

Teri Hatcher has quit her starring role on "Desperate Housewives", according to a U.K. report. The actress has played Susan Mayer in all seven series of the drama since it hit screens in the U.S. in 2004. But Hatcher has reportedly told executives at America's ABC network the next season will be her last, so she can work on a new show. A source tells Britain's Mail on Sunday, "Teri has given in her notice and is making active preparations to move on. She has another production deal in the pipeline and she is in the early stages of developing a sitcom that she wants to start work on immediately after she finishes 'Desperate Housewives' - she wants a new show in time for the mid-January pilot season." To Read More Click Here.

Desperate Housewives' Emily Bergl: Beth's Had to Do Dishonest Things to Survive

Whether it's the son Betty Applewhite locked in the basement or Angie Bolen's explosive real past, mystery has always played an important role on Desperate Housewives. As the latest question mark on the ABC prime-time soap, Paul Young's new wife, Beth, has been equally hard to decipher — even for the actress playing her. "I was on a date last night and the guy asked me to describe my character, and it was really difficult with this one," Emily Bergl tells TVGuidecom. "It's kind of like when someone asks you to describe yourself." Since first appearing in the Season 7 premiere, Paul's new blushing bride has become the target of almost as many inquiries as her two-faced husband. She refused to sleep with him after she admitted she only married him in hopes that he would remain behind bars. Then, she began to show her true feelings for Paul (Mark Moses) by pulling a gun on attacker Susan. To Read More Click Here.

Desperate Housewives Sneak Peek: Bree Has Guns!

Thanksgiving comes to Wisteria Lane this Sunday. What will that mean for Bree? Dinner with Keith and his parents, as teased in this official preview for "Sorry Grateful." How exactly does such an arrangement get set up? It all starts when Keith's mother, played by Nancy Travis, arrives on Bree's doorstep with flower and then opens up to her about troubles with Keith's dad and... know what? Why don't you just watch the clip below? That would be a lot easier... Source & Sneak Peek

'Desperate Housewives' 7.08: Bree Meets the Parents

Bree and Keith are getting serious and it shows in the Thanksgiving episode of "Desperate Housewives". Bree invites Keith's parents to partake in Thanksgiving at her house and learns some family secrets. John Schneider who plays Clark Kent's adoptive father on "Smallville" and Nancy Travis who plays Susan Pearson on "The Bill Engvall Show" are guest starring as the parents. Meanwhile, Thanksgiving on Wisteria Lane finds Gabrielle and Carlos hosting Carmen, Hector and Grace to a bountiful feast. But the Solis discover some surprising news about the Sanchez's that could threaten their time with Grace. To Read More Click Here.