The ladies of "Desperate Housewives" will leave Wisteria Lane at the end of the upcoming season,
For Season 8, Carlos's murder of Gaby's evil stepfather and the cover up by Susan, Gaby, Bree and Lynette has far reaching effects. Feelings of guilt begin to overcome everyone in different ways. Susan starts to withdraw from her friends and family, and Gaby works to reach out to Carlos while his guilt weighs heavily upon him. As Lynette and Tom are grappling with their disintegrating marriage and impending separation, Lynette is having trouble making the right choices ever since she participated in the cover-up. And Bree must be especially careful around her new love, Detective Chuck Vance. Meanwhile a new sexy neighbor moves to town, Ben Faulkner, and he's Renee's first order of business.
Here's a roundup of other recent news items:
'Rizzoli & Isles' gets another season
More court time for 'Franklin & Bash'
TNT also renewed its dramedy "Franklin & Bash" for another season. The freshman lawyer series starring
Showtime made these announcements at TCA last week:
- "Gigolos," the docu-series about a group of male escorts in Las Vegas, was picked up for a second season.
- "Californication," "Shameless" and the new
comedy"House of Lies" with Don Cheadle, Kristen Bell and Dawn Olivieri will be on Sunday, Jan. 8.
- Steve Carell will produce the comedic interview show "Laughing Stock" and it will premiere sometime in 2012.