Teri Hatcher Just Spilled The Beans On A Desperate Housewives Revival And We Are Here For It

All of the show's actresses are apparently open to the idea series nine.


White picket-fences of Wisteria Lane, the uneasy tone of dead Mary-Alice, Gabby sleeping with her gardener - these are just some of things we loved about Desperate Housewives.

The show, which overtook Charmed as the longest running hour-long television series featuring all female leads in 2012, could be set for a revival.

Well, that's if the leading ladies had their say.


Teri Hatcher, who played Susan on the ABC series, told the women of Loose Women yesterday that she would love to return to the award-winning show. She told the panel of hosts, 'I would be the first person, yeah, I never wanted it to be over, I loved those characters.'

Unfortunately, however, it looks like we may never get to return to that dark suburban street, not for the women's want of trying, 'Well just because of the creators, I mean it's not the women, I think the women would probably all do it.'

Eva Longoria, who played the bored housewife Gabrielle, echoed 53 year-old Hatcher's sentiment back in December, when she told NewBeauty:

I wish! I love that show. I miss it every single day. I miss being Gaby. I miss being on set. I miss everything about it. But our creator [Marc Cherry] has said many times he wouldn't bring it back. Plus, we're all so busy. Felicity [Huffman] is always off doing some Emmy award-winning show. I'm busy with my projects. I don't know if it will ever happen, but I'm all for the idea!

Give the women what they want Cherry.

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