'Desperate Housewives' May Extend Its Run
Good news, Desperate Housewives fans!
While ABC's hit Sunday-night soap had originally been said to be ending after its 2010-2011 seventh season, series creator Marc Cherry, 46, reveals he'd like to see the show carry on for two additional years, reports TV Guide.
The cast and crew of Housewives--which follows the often-scandalous lives of Wisteria Lane residents Marcia Cross, Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria and Felcity Huffman--celebrated 100 episodes Wednesday evening with a cake-cutting ceremony.
That's when Cherry announced his desire to extend the program for an extra two seasons.
A source tells TV Guide that all four leads are on board for the duration. However, the agreement for two more seasons hasn't been set in stone by the network just yet.
Despite this seemingly good news, Desperate Housewives was shut out from this year's Golden Globes nominations.