Beverly Hills' dirty laundry has been aired!
Lifetime's juicy new drama Devious Maids, which comes from Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry and is executive-produced by Eva Longoria, premiered tonight. The sudsy series introduced viewers to four Latina maids working in Beverly Hills, where they are cleaning up the literal and emotional messes of the city's wealthiest and snobbiest inhabitants!
Ugly Betty's Ana Ortiz, Entourage's Dania Ramirez, Roselyn Sánchez, Scrubs' Judy Reyes and soap legend Susan Lucci all star in the scandalous drama, and we're curious to know what you thought of Devious Maids...
Based on the Mexican TV series Ellas Son la Alegría del Hogar, Devious Maids kicks off in a similar manner to Desperate Housewives: One of the maids, who was close with all four of our leads, is murdered!
Marisol (Ortiz) isn't the typical Beverly Hills maid and her lack of an accent tends to make people around her suspicious, while Rosie (Ramirez) works for a famous couple so she can bring her son Miguel to America from Mexico. Too bad immigration lawyers are pretty expensive. The most devious maid in the bunch? That would be Carmen (Sánchez), a fiery diva who dreams of becoming a singer...and just so happens to work for a Latin pop star. Rounding out the foursome is Zolia (Reyes), the good-hearted but full of tough love mother to Valentina (Edy Ganem), her daughter who is getting a little too close to Remi (Drew Van Acker), the son of the family she works for. Lucci tackles the role of Genevieve, Remi's mother who relies on Zolia to do more than just keep her house clean.
Now we want to hear from you! Vote in our latest Save It or Sink It poll and then head on down to the comments to discuss Devious Maids with your fellow TV lovers!