Don’t Worry, There Won’t Be a Desperate Housewives Movie

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - "Suspicion Song" - Detective Chuck Vance begins harassing Bree as his suspicions about her involvement in the disappearance of Alejandro grow; after using the murder of Gaby's stepfather as inspiration for her art school projects, Susan must find a way to graciously decline art school teacher Andre's (Miguel Ferrer) invitation to display and sell her paintings at a gallery showing; when Carlos's drinking gets in the way of his ability to work, Gaby goes to the office in an effort to save his business from losing a multi-million dollar account; and on the occasion of their 22-year anniversary, Lynette comes up with a plan to try to salvage her marriage to Tom, on "Desperate Housewives," SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/RON TOM) TERI HATCHER, MARCIA CROSS, EVA LONGORIA, LESLIE JORDAN Photo: Ron Tom/ABC

Desperate Housewives' upcoming series finale will be the absolute last chapter, Marc Cherry vowed at a TCA panel yesterday, so fear not the cultural punishment of a Desperate movie. "After eight years, I think we're done," Cherry said, unlike some shows. "I'm just never sending these gals to Dubai, that's all I'm saying," Cherry joked, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Sex and the City, he said, "hadn’t really plumbed the depth of [its] characters," so they were allowed to do a movie, but he considers the residents of Wisteria Lane fully plumbed. There's also the fact that SATC went out while still very popular and beloved, while DH will finish its eighth season substantially less popular and beloved than it once was, but Cherry didn't mention that part.