Revivals of our favorite TV shows are popping up left, right, and center - and Teri Hatcher is here for it.
The Desperate Housewives star made an appearance on British TV show Loose Women last week, talking with hosts about a possibility of a revival. "We all miss Desperate Housewives, if there was ever a chance for that to come back, would you go back?" Hatcher was asked.
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"I would be the first one," the Coraline star replied enthusiastically. "I never wanted it to be over, I loved those characters." Despite her hopes, the 53-year-old admits that the chances of seeing the show return are slim to none. She was keen to point out however that this wasn't because of the actresses, but because of the show's creators.
"Well, just because of the creators. I mean, it's not the women. I think the women would probably all do it." Hatcher isn't the only cast member to share her hopes of bringing all of the ladies back together. Eva Longoria, who played Gaby, told NewBeauty back in December that she would jump at the chance to reprise the role.
"I wish! I love that show. I miss it every single day. I miss being Gaby. I miss being on set. I miss everything about it. But our creator has said many times he wouldn't bring it back. Plus, we're all so busy," Longoria said. "Felicity Huffman is always off doing some Emmy award-winning show. I'm busy with my projects. I don't know if it will ever happen, but I'm all for the idea!"
Desperate Housewives was a sure-fire hit from the get go, with a solid eight year run and eight seasons under its belt. The show concluded in 2012, but garnered a plethora of awards over its duration. As well as winning six Primetime Emmy Awards, two Golden Globes, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards, the show also achieved People's Choice Awards. The ongoing antics and comedy-drama kept fans entertained and invested. In short, we loved it.
Six years on and fans are still hungry for more from the ladies of Wisteria Lane.