Desperate Housewives: Behind Closed Doors

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Hyperion Books, Sep 28, 2005 - Performing Arts - 192 pages
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When Desperate Housewives debuted on ABC last fall, viewers were served up a dish of delectable characters and delicious plot twists. This Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning show offers a glimpse into life in the suburbs-and it+s not all soccer moms and PTA meetings. From the lovably clumsy single mom Susan, to the perfectionist homemaker Bree, to the harried mother of three Lynette, to the vixen-next-door Gabriela, these housewives defy stereotypes.This first official Desperate Housewives fan guide gives viewers an irresistible glimpse into the world of Wisteria Lane. With profiles and interviews of the cast and creative team, never-before-told anecdotes and set details, glamorous photographs of the housewives (both in and out of character), as well as fascinating details from the writers and producers on what it takes to make the show-including a foreword written by the show+s creator and executive producer, Marc Cherry, on his initial inspiration in creating the show.

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