Lifetime's primetime soap opera DEVIOUS MAIDS from executive producers Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria, and starring Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramírez, Roselyn Sánchez, Edy Ganem and Judy Reyes, continues to grow, having reached series highs across all key demographics in its sixth week on the air last night.
The network's fastest-growing drama in its history and the number one ad-supported cable program among Women 18+ and Women 2+ in the Sunday 10 p.m. ET/PT hour, DEVIOUS MAIDS on Sunday night averaged 2.9 million Total Viewers, a +45% jump vs. its June 23 premiere and +4% compared to last week, 1.4 million Adults 18-49 viewers (+69% and +8%), 1.3 million Adults 25-54 viewers (+50% and +18%), 1.1 million Women 18-49 viewers (+74% and +13%) and 1.0 million Women 25-54 viewers (+51% and +14%), according to Nielsen Research.
A second season looks very possible now.
DEVIOUS MAIDS centers on a close-knit group of maids (Ortiz, Ramírez, Sánchez, Ganem and Reyes), bonded together by their jobs, life struggles and boss' melodramatic "upstairs-downstairs" universe, that turns to one another for support after a fellow maid Flora (Paula Garcés) is brutally murdered at the home of her employers. Devious Maids also stars Susan Lucci, Rebecca Wisocky, Tom Irwin, Mariana Klaveno, Grant Show, Matt Cedeño, Melinda Page Hamilton, Drew Van Acker, Brianna Brown and Brett Cullen.
Inspired by the hit telenovela, Ellas son la Alegría del Hogar, Devious Maids is produced by ABC Studios. The series was created by Marc Cherry and is executive produced by Cherry, Sabrina Wind, Eva Longoria, Paul McGuigan, Larry Shuman, David Lonner, John Mass and Televisa USA's Paul Presburger and Michael Garcia.