Desperate Housewives

9:00pm – Sunday, February 12 on CTV

Susan (Teri Hatcher) is shocked when she discovers that her daughter Julie (Andrea Bowen) is pregnant. Meanwhile, Gaby’s (Eva Longoria) attempt to sooth Juanita (Madison de la Garza) when she doesn’t receive a Valentine’s Day card from a boy she has a crush on, backfires.

9:00pm – Sunday, January 8 on CTV

With a gun at her side, Bree (Marcia Cross) prepares to end it all now that her friends have abandoned her and her life continues to spiral further into despair. Meanwhile, Gaby (Eva Longoria) suspects that Carlos (Ricardo Antonio Chavira) may have had something to do with detective Vance’s (Jonathan Cake) murder.

9:00pm – Sunday, December 4 on CTV

Detective Vance (Jonathan Cake) questions Gaby (Eva Longoria), Susan (Terri Hatcher) and Lynette (Felicity Huffman) over the disappearance and possible murder of Alejandro. Meanwhile Bree’s (Marcia Cross) life begins to spiral dangerously out of control.

9:00pm – Sunday, October 30 on CTV

Halloween finds Gaby (Eva Longoria), Bree (Marcia Cross) and Lynette (Felicity Huffman) attempting to exhume and move the body of Gaby’s stepfather. Meanwhile, Susan (Teri Hatcher) discovers that being the art teacher’s intern doesn’t involve art.

9:00pm – Sunday, October 23 on CTV

Susan (Teri Hatcher) must decide whether she will comply with her art teacher’s request for all of his students to show up nude to class to create from a point of honesty. Meanwhile, Gaby (Eva Longoria) finds herself without parent volunteers for her first outing as president of the PTA.

9:00pm – Sunday, October 16 on CTV

Gaby (Eva Longoria) vows to get even with a parent volunteer after she’s banned from dropping Juanita (Madison de la Garza) off at the front of the school. Meanwhile, Susan (Teri Hatcher) takes an art class to help ease her guilt about the murder.

9:00pm – Sunday, October 9 on CTV

As Susan (Teri Hatcher) and Carlos (Ricardo Antonio Chavira) bond over their feelings of guilt over the murder of Gaby’s (Eva Longoria) stepfather, Mike (James Denton) begins to think that the two are having an affair. Meanwhile, Bree (Marcia Cross) suspects that her detective boyfriend, Chuck (Jonathan Cake), may secretly be investigating her. As her marriage continues to crumble, the tables are turned on Lynette (Felicity Huffman) when her usually relationship-challenged sister, Lydia (Sarah Paulson, CUPID), comes to town and announces that she’s engaged.

9:00pm – Sunday, October 2 on CTV

Susan (Teri Hatcher) discovers a dangerously thrilling way to help ease her guilt over being an accessory to the murder of Gaby’s (Eva Longoria) evil stepfather. Meanwhile, Gaby plans a sexy surprise for Carlos (Ricardo Antonio Chavira) to help him gain his sexual mojo back.

9:00pm – Sunday, September 25 on CTV

Susan (Teri Hatcher), Gaby (Eva Longoria), Bree (Marcia Cross), Lynette (Felicity Huffman), and Carlos (Ricardo Antonio Chavira) must dispose of Gaby’s evil stepfather, who was killed by Carlos in order to protect his wife, but feelings of guilt begin to overcome everyone in different ways. Meanwhile, as Lynette and Tom (Doug Savant) are grappling with their disintegrating marriage and impending separation, Lynette is having trouble making the right choices ever since she participated in the cover-up.

Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry has confirmed that the drama series will end in 2012.

Cherry officially announced the show’s end over the weekend, saying it will conclude after the eighth season.

“I wanted to go out when the network still saw us as a viable show and a force to contend with,” Cherry told press. “We felt from a creative standpoint that this was the right time. I feel so good about it.”

He says it was bittersweet when he announced the news to the cast of the long-running series.

“It was bittersweet and lovely, because the women knew there was the possibility [of the show ending],” he explained. “They said some very lovely things to me about how I’ve changed their lives and careers. I truly, truly love every one of them.”

“It’s an iconic show and we’re extremely proud of it,” ABC President Paul Lee added. “I just wanted to make sure it had its victory lap.”

Source: Digital Spy