Devious Maids Season 1 Finale: Grade It!
Devious Maids‘ first season is in the books, and the central question of who killed Flora Hernandez has been scrubbed away like a pesky cabernet stain. That’s good news for those of us who feared a Killing-esque arc that would’ve dragged out the mystery for an additional 13 episodes and counteracted the joy of hearing Susan Lucci drop zingers like, “If he wanted to help poor people, why didn’t he just go to Burbank?” READ MORE & TAKE POLL
Exclusive Devious Maids Finale Video: 'My Real Name Is Marisol Suarez -- and I'm Not a Maid'
Devious Maids airs its Season 1 finale on Sunday at 10/9c on Lifetime, which means you’ll want to cover the children’s ears for multiple exclamations of “S*** just got reeeeeal!”
Speaking of said utterance, we’ve got your exclusive first look at a pivotal scene in which our dogged protagonist Marisol (Ana Ortiz) reveals her true identity to …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Devious Maids Renewed for Season 2 By Lifetime
Looks like Lifetime needs to stock up on cleaning supplies.
The network has renewed Devious Maids, Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria’s tawdry-fun soap about the lives and loves of domestic workers and their rich Beverly Hills employers, for …READ MORE
Devious Maids Exclusive Video: A Baby Gets Threatened, and Comedy Ensues!
Peanut butter and horseradish. Cheetahs and bunny rabbits. Infants and $100,000 rugs. None of these combos really belong together, but only one of them makes an appearance in the study of heinously haughty Evelyn Powell (Rebecca Wisocky) on this Sunday’s installment of Devious Maids (10/9c on Lifetime). READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Is Newsroom Duo Irresistible? Fosters' Mane Attraction? Wrecked Parks Heroine? More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Parks and Recreation, Devious Maids, The Bridge and Rookie Blue! READ MORE
Devious Maids Exclusive Preview: 'Wanton Carnality' Is on the Menu at Casa Powell
In a mere two episodes, Adrian Powell (My So Called Life‘s Tom Irwin) has proven himself the filthiest character among the Beverly Hills society scoundrels of Devious Maids. And it looks like he’s not cleaning up his act anytime soon, at least based on the following exclusive clip from this Sunday’s episode (10/9c on Lifetime). READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Devious Maids Recap: Notes on a Scandal
Until scientists come up with a cure for what Office Space so brilliantly dubbed as “A Case of the Mondays,” we may have to settle for a prophylactic dose of Susan Lucci dropping hilarious one-liners on Lifetime’s Devious Maids. READ MORE
Ratings: Mad Men Finale Sets Record, Devious Does OK, 13 Million Watch Skywire Walk
Discovery’s coverage of Nik Wallenda‘s high-wire walk across a Grand Canyon chasm averaged 8.5 million total viewers on Sunday evening, with 13 million laying witness to the daredevil’s actual 22-minute trek.
All told, it stands (heh) as the cabler’s high-rated special since …READ MORE
Lifetime's Devious Maids: Did It Clean Up?
Lifetime’s Devious Maids drew scorn from some cultural critics based on its promos alone, but with its Sunday-night premiere in the books, the question looms: Will the sudser clean up with audiences? READ MORE
Devious Maids: A Mess of Stereotypes? Or a Tidy Solution to TV's Lack of Diversity?
Already, the women of Devious Maids have got a mess to clean up.
Just days before the new Lifetime series is set to premiere (this Sunday at 10/9c), a few eyebrows have raised about the Latina stereotypes the show might be portraying. READ MORE