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What You Didn’t Know About Desperate Housewives

Desperate Housewives was a long running mystery series, which aired on ABC from 2004 until 2012. The series focused on “Wisteria Lane,” a street in a well-to-do suburban town that is racked by drama, murder, and mystery after the suicide of a housewife who narrates most of the series. 472 more words


Will Packer, Dan Gilroy, Marc Cherry & Others Join Produced By Conference

Will Packer (Ride Along), Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler), and Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives) are some of the new producers set to take part in the seventh annual Produced By Conference, the PGA said this morning. 666 more words


'Devious Maids' Season 3 Premiere Date Announced; First Look Photo Unveiled

Lifetime has announced the season 3 premiere date of Devious Maids.

From exec producers Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria, the new season will air every Monday beginning on June 1st at 9PM. 160 more words

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The CW Rallies Behind 'Cheerleader Death Squad,' Already Has One Cheerleader Picked

Last month, we learned The CW had greenlit a pilot for Cheerleader Death Squad, coming from Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives), Neal Baer ( 151 more words


The CW Picks Up Four Pilots for New Season

The CW has invested in a variety of genres for the 2015-2016 season, from horror, to supernatural, to epidemics, to CIA.

The first of the pilots are two remakes, ‘Tales from the Darkside’ and ‘Cordon’. 433 more words


Marc Cherry & Neal Baer's Prep School Spy Drama 'Cheerleader Death Squad' Gets CW Pilot Order

After going for more high-concept/genre fare yesterday with pilot orders to a Tales From The Darkside reboot, Tom Kapinos’ ghost drama Dead People and Julie Plec’s… 165 more words

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CW Orders 'Cheerleader Death Squad' Pilot From Marc Cherry

The CW has greenlit its fourth pilot of the cycle with some big names behind the scenes.

“Cheerleader Death Squad” comes from “Desperate Housewives” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” producers Marc Cherry, Neal Baer, Dan Truly and Sabrina Wind. 98 more words