Desperate Housewives

"Desperate" Star Dishes On Cast Member's Exit

Desperate Housewives resident bad boy Neal McDonough, spilled the beans about his onscreen wife Edie Britt's (Nicolette Sheridan) demise, in an interview in conjunction with Access Hollywood and The Billy Bush Show. McDonough revealed,

I go hunting in the woods and I'm not hunting for deer," he said. "[It's] a little WWE.

Seems like Edie's not the only one that is in the line of fire for McDonough's character Dave Williams. When asked by Bush if sexy plumber Mike Delfino (James Denton) was also on the hit list, the actor replied,

Not in this episode, I'm sworn to secrecy.

Another "Desperate" Diva Bites The Dust?

On the heels of news of Nicollette Sheridan's departure of the hit ABC dramedy Desperate Housewives comes rumors that another one of Wisteria Lane's resident will bit the big one. Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello had a little chat with Dana Delany (Katherine Mayfair) in the aftermath of Sheridan leaving. Here's what she had to say: 
Everyone is vulnerable on Wisteria Lane -- any of us could go.

 Delany also gave Ausiello a little tidbit about an upcoming camping trip her character goes on with Mike (James Denton) and Edie's whack job hubby Dave (Neal McDonough).

There was a rifle involved, but I can’t say anything more than that.

This is why I refuse to go camping!  Thanks to Revafan001 for the tip!

Eva Longoria "Can't Imagine" Desperate Housewives Without Nicollette Sheridan

Word that Nicollette Sheridan will be leaving Wisteria Lane surprised Desperate Housewives' fans and now Extra has Eva Longoria's reaction. 

"I love her so much as a person and I love the character of Edie Britt, that I can't imagine the show without her," a shocked Parker tells Extra.

Desperate Housewives Morning After: "In A World Where The Kings Are Employers"

Maybe I'm just hypersensitve to the character of Edie Britt on Desperate Housewives all of a sudden, but did anyone else notice during last night's episode her line that went something like "you have to enjoy it while you're alive"? Considering we know that Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry is killing of Nicollette Sheridan's character I couldn't help but wonder if there wasn't a bit of foreshadowing going on.

What did you think of last night's episode?

Balthazar Getty's Exit Storyline Written

Desperate Housewives is getting rid of Nicollette Sheridan. T.R. Knight and Katherine Heigl want out at Grey's Anatomy. Now E! Online is reporting that Brothers & Sisters has written Balthazar Getty's exit storyline and "it's perfectly scandalous...and perfectly fitting." Check out E! Online for more details.

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ABC Dominates Online TV Viewership

Nielsen just released their first ever individual online program ranking and it appears ABC and NBC are currently dominating the list.  While ABC's Lost edged out Saturday Night Live by 314,000 unique views for the number one spot while two of its other shows, Grey's Anatomy and Desperate Housewives, appeared in the top five.  ABC dominated the list with seven of the top ten shows. Survivor is the only CBS to make the ranking.

Top 10 TV shows streamed in December.

No. 1: Lost - 1,425,000
No. 2: Saturday Night Live - 1,111,000
No. 3: Grey’s Anatomy - 879,000
No. 4: Desperate Housewives - 723,000
No. 5: Heroes - 685,000
No. 6: Ugly Betty - 631,000
No. 7: Samantha Who? - 560,000
No. 8: Scrubs - 519,000
No. 9: Survivor CBS Television - 496,000
No. 10: True Beauty - 462,000