Friday, September 7, 2012

DEVIOUS MAIDS Promo: Lifetime Soap Coming In 2013

DEVIOUS MAIDS is coming to Lifetime in 2013. Following the lives of five maids with ambition and dreams of their own while they work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills, DEVIOUS MAIDS will star Ana Ortiz (UGLY BETTY), Judy Reyes (SCRUBS), Dania Ramirez (ENTOURAGE), Roselyn Sanchez (AS THE WORLD TURNS), Edy Ganem (LIVIN' LOUD), Grant Show (RYAN'S HOPE), Brianna Brown (GENERAL HOSPITAL), Rebecca Wisocky (AMERICAN HORROR STORY), Tom Irwin (GREY'S ANATOMY), Mariana Klaveno (TRUE BLOOD), Brett Cullen (DAMAGES), Drew Van Acker (PRETTY LITTLE LIARS) and television icon Susan Lucci (ALL MY CHILDREN).

Watch a promo for the new primetime soap below:

Rob Sharenow and Nancy Dubuc, President and General Manager of Lifetime Networks, jointly said when the network picked up the show, “We are thrilled to be getting into business with one of entertainment’s truevisionaries. This show and Marc Cherry’s unique story telling voice perfectly articulate Lifetime’s strategy of attracting top-tier creatives with their most original and exciting projects.”

“Marc Cherry is a visionary, and we are honored to share his newest inspiration, Devious Maids, with Lifetime,” said Barry Jossen, Executive Vice President of Creative and Production, ABC Studios. “DEVIOUS MAIDS is a perfect series for ABC Studios to continue its successful collaboration with the incredibly talented team at Lifetime.”

Based on the hit Mexican telenovela ELLAS SON LA ALEGRIA DEL HOGAR and produced by ABC Studios, DEVIOUS MAIDS will beexecutive produced by Marc Cherry (DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES), Sabrina Wind (DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES), Eva Longoria (DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES), Paul McGuigan (SCANDAL), Larry Shuman (KISSING MIRANDA), David Lonner, John Mass, Paul Presburger and Michael Garcia.

DEVIOUS MAIDS joins Lifetime’s growing portfolio of scripted dramas that includes season six of the highly rated ARMY WIVES, also produced by ABC Studios; THE CLIENT LIST, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt; and the critically acclaimed comedic drama DROP DEAD DIVA.


  1. eh...not very compelling. I'll stick with DOWNTON ABBEY thank you.

  2. Very interesting. They must have put up a muscle building portion there. I think it'll hit the charts if that's gonna happen.