15 Facts About Desperate Housewives


Desperate Housewives is an American comedy-drama soap opera television series created by Marc Cherry and produced by ABC Studios and Cherry Productions.

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Desperate Housewives was well received by viewers and critics alike, receiving many accolades.

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Desperate Housewives keeps some prisoner in her basement who tries to escape multiple times.

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Desperate Housewives has become too focused on her career as a successful cookbook writer and caterer, and her daughter Danielle had come to get her son while Orson was in prison.

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However, on October 23,2003, Desperate Housewives was announced by ABC, presented as a primetime soap opera created by Charles Pratt Jr.

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Desperate Housewives was produced by creator Marc Cherry, Austin Bagley and, since 2007, ABC Studios.

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From 2004 to 2007, Desperate Housewives was produced in association with Touchstone Television.

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The stars of Desperate Housewives finalized new deals to make way for the eighth season and signed at the price of $12 million.

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Desperate Housewives was officially renewed by ABC on May 17,2011, for an eighth season.

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Desperate Housewives now stated that he was back full-time, claiming that both he and the writing staff had learned from their mistakes.

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Desperate Housewives was being secretly watched using mp3 players, hard drives, and DVDs.

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In September 2015, Desperate Housewives ranked at number hundred on The Hollywood Reporters "Hollywood's 100 Favorite TV Shows", as determined by television industry professionals.

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In September 2005, Hollywood Records released a soundtrack album distributed by Universal Music Group, Music from and Inspired by Desperate Housewives, featuring music inspired by the series, as well as sound clips taken from the first season of the series.

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Welcome to Wisteria Lane: On America's Favorite Desperate Housewives, published by BenBella Books, consists of seventeen essays written from a feminist perspective.

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The series, titled Desperate Housewives Africa, was scheduled to premiere in summer 2014 on EbonyLife TV.

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