Find out what has Eva Longoria to say about the premiere of 'Devious Maids'
Discuss compounding an already painful situation! The newly married Eva Longoria gets it two ways - cut truly by an executioner and cut allegorically by a co-star - when she, at last, conveys the visitor shot she's been promising on the fourth season debut of "Devious Maids."
The new TV Series would be broadcasted from 7th June at 8 in the evening time on Lifetime.
Longoria plays herself — no less than an adaptation of the performing artist whose mark part was Gabrielle Solis on "Desperate Housewives."
Her opening arrangement is brimming with high dramatization and slasher-motion picture butchery. Garbed in a cleaning specialist's uniform, she keeps running from a man in a ski cover who over and again plunges a blade in her. She drops to the ground, dead.
As you've presumably speculated, she's not by any means — simply assuming the part of casualty in a film about maids, an adjustment of the tell-all smash hit by Marisol Suarez (Ana Ortiz): "Confessing all: My Year Undercover as a Beverly Hills Maid."
— Eva Longoria Baston (@EvaLongoria) June 7, 2016
The scene that takes after is brimming with saucy punch lines: First, burrows at Longoria's acting capacity, then a humdinger of a rebound by the performer, who takes a fun swipe at every one of those supposed backstage fights on "Housewives."
The season likewise is a sort of "Housewives" gathering: Longoria's co-star on the ABC cleanser, James Denton, who played handyman Mike Delfino, has a repeating part as a charming motion picture studio chieftain who falls frantically infatuated with one of the characters.
"Naughty Maids" is an official delivered by Longoria, as well as "Housewives" maker Marc Cherry, who additionally made the Lifetime arrangement.
Goodness, and one final thing: It'll be intriguing to check whether the credits now list Longoria by her wedded name, Eva Longoria Bastón, which has turned into her new handle on both Twitter and Facebook.