Sunday, September 05, 2010

Desperate Housewives - Season 7 Cast Pictures

With three weeks to go until ABC air the new season, some gorgeous/totally photoshopped cast pics have surfaced for Desperate Housewives.

Gabrielle Solis (Eva Longoria) will be keeping the fact that Andrew ran over Juanita a secret from Carlos but it's rumoured that Carlos will also be keeping secrets from her as well. Could this be about the baby switched storyline that's revealed in the first 10 minutes of the opening episode?
Bree Van De Kamp (Marcia Cross) not only will have to deal with Orson and his new girlfriend but she'll also have to deal with being at odds with Gabby and there's also a love interest for her with Brian Austin Green's character, Keith who debuts in the third episode of the season.

Lynette Scavo (Felicity Huffman) - not really sure what's going on with her yet. She's got a connection to a new regular, has a new baby and in a later episode will be reunited with Tom's mother (played by Lois Smith) but apart from that, spoilers aren't giving us much with her this year.
Susan Delfino (Teri Hatcher) - her plots seem to be ranging from an internet scheme to support her family this year to finding out about Paul Young (Mark Moses) and his new wife (played by Emily Bergl) living in her old house.

Renee Perry (Vanessa Williams) seems to be the one to watch out for this year. Not only has she moved to Wisteria Lane because her marriage is on the rocks but she's also a former college pal of Lynette and seems to have a caustic relationship with the rest of the housewives as well. Vanessa Williams is a coup and if Renee's any good, then I hope she won't be a one season wonder like Angie was in Season 6.

A bigger picture of the cast shot from Monday's blog as well to enjoy.

Season 7 - Behind The Scenes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GehXWuQDqqs

2 comments:

Anthony said...

Desperate Housewives Season 7 is one of the masterpieces of the TV shows from Mark Cherry - its enigmatic, it's bizarre, and it's deep. Don't think of it as just another Melrose Place; go beyond the uperficial to see the depth of the issues the show talks about. It's really well
written, you can't help but not love the acting, and the show itself has become a major influence over the years. It's gotten high ratings consistently, and has even won a couple of awards. They're well deserved! Watch the show and you'll know why.

shawnlunn2002 said...

Glad you like the pictures, Anthony but no links in comments please in future.