Devious Maids Receives Season 2 Pick Up






Susan Lucci will continue to cash primetime checks next season. Lifetime has ordered a 13-episode second season of Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria's primetime sudser Devious Maids.

The dramedy about a mischievous group of housekeepers—Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramirez, Roselyn Sanchez, Edy Ganem and Judy Reyes—and their equally-scandalous employers, has done solid business for the cabler this summer. 

Devious Maids airs Sundays at 10 pm EST on Lifetime.

 


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Ryan-Scott's picture
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Outstanding.

angrierblackerman's picture
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Cha-Ching! SuLu's pockets gettin' phatter!

Seriously though, congrats to them!

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Susan Lucci and Judy Reyes are my favorites on this show. I love their scenes!

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Great news! DM is really picking up speed. This past Sunday's episode was a hoot!

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Fantastic news, we're still hooked! Rosalyn Sanchez's plots are probably the most boring, but we love the show. The best eps are with Susan Lucci i must say, but the writing is really good and slow and multi-faceted. This is NOT Desperate Housewives for sure.

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I can't believe Susan's character tried to pass herself off as a 39 year old woman to her would-be blind billionaire husband. Soooo wrong in so many level but sooooo fun to watch. Why can't my daytime soaps be this funny and entertaining

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Was never a fan of Erica Kane on AMC but I have to say I've found La Lucci to be a breath of fresh air on DM; her scenes with Judy Reyes snap, crackle and pop, not to mention often being quite heartwarming.

As for the rest, all the Carmen (Roselyn Sanchez) plots bore me to tears. Definitely the least essential part of the show.

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Wonderful news! I expect Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for La Lucci!

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I do admire how unapologetically (sp) ambitious Sanchez's character is, but i'm not totally sure they cast the limo driver with an appropriate actor...jury's' still out on that one. Plus it seemed to be a rushed romance from the get-go, with no investment or buildup. Judy Reyes to Susan Lucci -- "But has he felt your N-E-C-K?" ROTFLMAO!