Devious Maids

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Devious Maids
Devious Maids intertitle.png
Genre
Created by Marc Cherry
Based on
Starring
Composer(s) Edward Shearmur
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 49 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • David Lonner
  • Eva Longoria[1]
  • John Mass
  • Larry Shuman
  • Marc Cherry
  • Michael Garcia
  • Paul McGuigan
  • Paul Presburger
  • Sabrina Wind
  • Brian Tanen
  • Curtis Kheel
Producer(s)
Location(s) Atlanta, Georgia[2] (Filming)
Beverly Hills, California (Setting)
Cinematography Oliver Bokelberg
Running time 43 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Release
Original network Lifetime
Picture format
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release June 23, 2013 (2013-06-23) – August 8, 2016 (2016-08-08)
Chronology
Related shows Desperate Housewives
External links
Official website www.mylifetime.com/shows/devious-maids

Devious Maids is an American television comedy-drama and mystery series created by Marc Cherry, produced by ABC Studios and executive produced by Cherry, Sabrina Wind, Eva Longoria, Paul McGuigan, Larry Shuman, David Lonner, John Mass, Paul Presburger, and Michael Garcia. It originally aired on Lifetime for four seasons from June 23, 2013 to August 8, 2016.

Set in Beverly Hills, California, Devious Maids followed the lives of four Latina maids working for the area's wealthiest and most powerful families. The series featured an ensemble cast led by Ana Ortiz as Marisol Suarez, Dania Ramirez as Rosie Falta, Roselyn Sánchez as Carmen Luna, Judy Reyes as Zoila Diaz. While working for Beverly Hills' most glamorous and powerful citizens, the maids are exposed to and often apart of secrets, mysteries and crimes hidden behind their employers' wealthy facade as well as the closed doors of their homes. Edy Ganem, Susan Lucci, Rebecca Wisocky, Tom Irwin, Brianna Brown, Brett Cullen, Mariana Klaveno, and Grant Show feature in supporting roles throughout the series.[3]

The series was originally in development to air on ABC, but was ultimately picked up by Lifetime.[4] The first season was the subject of positive reviews from television critics.[5] In September 2016, Lifetime announced that they were cancelling Devious Maids after four seasons, leaving the series to conclude on an unresolved cliffhanger.[6] Despite online petitions from viewers who campaigned for the series to continue on another network or streaming service, it was confirmed that Devious Maids would ultimately not continue as options with the cast had expired.[7]

Premise[edit]

The first season premiered on June 23, 2013, and introduces the four central characters of the show: Marisol Duarte (Ana Ortiz), Rosie Falta (Dania Ramirez), Carmen Luna (Roselyn Sanchez) and Zoila Diaz (Judy Reyes), as well as their rich employers in the town of Beverly Hills. The main mystery of the season is the sudden murder of fellow maid Flora Hernandez (Paula Garces), and the involvement of her employers Evelyn (Rebecca Wisocky) and Adrian Powell (Tom Irwin) in the events leading up to it. Once a law professor, Marisol takes a job as Taylor (Brianna Brown) and Michael Stappord's (Brett Cullen) maid in order to get close to Flora's old friends and prove her son's (Eddie Hassell) innocence of the crime; Rosie works for actors Peri (Mariana Klaveno) and Spence Westmore (Grant Show), though eventually enters into an affair with the latter; Carmen takes a job for singer Alejandro Rubio (Matt Cedeño) in hopes of him making her a star while dodging the feelings of her co-worker, Sam (Wolé Parks); and Zoila tries to prevent her daughter Valentina (Edy Ganem) from being with her boss Genevieve Delatour's (Susan Lucci) son, Remi (Drew Van Acker).

The second season premiered on April 20, 2014, and its central mystery is that of Marisol's new fiancé Nicholas Deering (Mark Deklin), his mysterious maid Opal (Joanna P. Adler), and a fifteen-year-old secret. While Marisol works to solve the mystery of her new lover, Rosie takes on a new lover as well - Reggie (Reggie Austin) - while working for his family, but works to expose him once learning he's embezzling his uncle's (Willie C. Carpenter) money. Carmen briefly acts as Alejandro's fiancé when word gets out that he's gay, but his sudden assassination leads to her taking a job working for Spence, who's lost both Peri and Rosie. Spence's nephew Ty (Gideon Glick) later comes for an extended visit and develops and unhealthy obsession for Carmen. Zoila finally gives Valentina her space, but only after her husband Pablo (Alex Fernandez) leaves her. She soon takes on new lover Javier (Ivan Hernandez), while Valentina goes to work for the Powells and takes on new lover Ethan (Colin Woodell), who secretly takes part in a gang of teens who go around robbing houses. Due to one of these robberies, Adrian is left shaken and hires bodyguard Tony Bishara (Dominic Adams) who Evelyn has an affair with. Meanwhile, Remi fights to win back Valentina, and his mother Genevieve learns that she's in need of a kidney transplant.

The third season premiered on June 1, 2015, and its central mystery revolves around the return of the Stappords, what they're hiding, and if it relates to the respective deaths of tennis pro Louie Becker (Eddie Mills) and later maid Blanca Alvarez (Naya Rivera). Four months since Ty's drive-by shooting and Rosie wakes up from a coma, but she's unable to enjoy married life with Spence due to the return of her supposedly deceased husband, Ernesto (Cristián de la Fuente). She later goes to work as the Stappords' new maid and unveils what they're hiding with the help of Marisol, who in the meantime has become a best-selling author and decided to open a placement agency for maids, leading her to finding love in young male-maid Jesse Morgan (Nathan Owens). Carmen finds work at the Powells and briefly acts as Adrian's dominatrix, while also continuing her affair with married-man Sebastien Dussault (Gilles Marini) whose wife (Michelle Hurd) she hopes can make her into a star. Zoila's relationship with Javier ends when she lies about him being the father of her unborn child, and her friendship with Genevieve falls apart due to her boss' new love, Dr. Neff (John O'Hurley). Meanwhile, a now engaged Valentina and Remi move to New York, and the Powells take in foster son, Deion (Issac Ryan Brown).

The fourth and final season premiered on June 6, 2016, and its main mystery is the sudden murder of Peri Westmore, and the involvement of a cult known as "The Circle" in the events leading up to it. Rosie takes charge in the investigation when Spence is wrongly incarcerated for the crime while also working two jobs, one as Genevieve's new maid and the other as Peri and Spence's son's (Carter Birchwell) nanny when Peri's sister Shannon (Katherine LaNasa) gets custody of him. Zoila has permanently quit being Genevieve's maid following the loss of her child when in labor, but due to the absence of her new employer (Kate Beahan) she's able to masquerade as a Beverly Hills' socialite and land a new man - Kyle (Ryan McPartlin) - who has an extremely close bond with his mother (Stephanie Faracy), the secret leader of "The Circle". Marisol's book is in the process of being made into a movie which leads her into the arms of studio head Peter Hudson (James Denton), but continues to have lingering feelings for Jesse, who has a fling with Danni (Sol Rodriguez), Carmen's daughter that she gave away birth and now is starting to build a relationship with. Meanwhile, Adrian goes to great lengths to try and win Evelyn back who's moved in with and began working for Marisol on her journey to getting a divorce.

Cast and characters[edit]

The show features an ensemble cast with female leads. In season one, Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramirez, Roselyn Sánchez, Judy Reyes and Edy Ganem play maid roles, and Susan Lucci, Rebecca Wisocky, Brianna Brown, Mariana Klaveno, Tom Irwin, Brett Cullen and Grant Show acted as rich Beverly Hills socialites. Drew Van Acker and Wolé Parks also had regular roles in season one. Several actors also appeared on a recurring basis in season one, including Emmy Award–winner Valerie Mahaffey as Olivia Rice, Stephen Collins as Philippe Delatour, Matt Cedeño as Alejandro Rubio, Melinda Page Hamilton as Odessa Burakov, Maria Howell as Ida Hayes, Alex Fernandez as Pablo Diaz, and Paula Garcés as Flora Hernandez.

For the second season, Klaveno, Brown, Cullen and Parks left as show regular performers. Also four actors were added to the regular cast, including Mark Deklin as Nicholas Deering, Joanna P. Adler as Opal Sinclair, Colin Woodell as Ethan Sinclair, and Dominic Adams as Tony Bishara. In recurring status Tricia O'Kelley joined the cast as Tanya Taseltof, and Klaveno, Cedeño and Hamilton returned. Academy Award–nominee June Squibb also was cast as Susan Lucci's character's mother, Velma, in two episodes of the second season.[8][9] Also was added the African-American Family - the Millers, Tiffany Hines as Didi, Kimberly Hebert Gregory as Lucinda, Reggie Austin as Reggie, and Willie C. Carpenter as Kenneth Miller.[10]

Brown and Cullen returned as a series regular in season three, with season two guest star Gilles Marini and newcomers Cristián de la Fuente and Nathan Owens added to the main cast. Newcomer Gail Flemming Julie Claire is one of Evelyn's friends. Gail Fleming is a drunk driving, verbally abusive mess. Javier Mendoza was also to still recur this season but only for a few episodes. John O'Hurley played a doctor and Genevieve's new love interest. Grecia Merino played the mysterious Katy Stappord. Since the Brown and Cullen came back for this season, the show decided to bring back Valerie Mahaffey. Mahaffey played Olivia Rice, a threat to the Stappord's marriage, in Season 1 and returned this season to be involved in the murder. Mariana Klaveno's Peri Westmore made an appearance in the season finale. Previous regulars Drew Van Acker and Edy Ganem (Ganem's character previously held a central leading role during the first two seasons of the show) were demoted to guest stars they both appeared in two episodes of the third series and then left the show.

Episode titles of the fourth season are cleaning puns. For the fourth season, series regulars Brianna Brown (Taylor Stappord), Brett Cullen (Michael Stappord) and Gilles Marini (Sebastien Dussault) are demoted, and will not appear in the season. Sol Rodriguez (Daniela Mercado) is promoted to the main cast. Christopher Hanke was added as Fabian. Sean Blakemore will play Reverend James Hamilton who is the creator of the annual Hamilton House charity.[11]

Regular cast[edit]

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4
Ana Ortiz Marisol Suarez Main
Dania Ramirez Rosie Westmore Main
Roselyn Sánchez Carmen Luna Main
Judy Reyes Zoila Diaz Main
Rebecca Wisocky Evelyn Powell Main
Tom Irwin Adrian Powell Main
Grant Show Spence Westmore Main
Susan Lucci Genevieve Delatour Main
Edy Ganem Valentina Diaz Main Guest
Brianna Brown Taylor Stappord Main Guest Main
Brett Cullen Michael Stappord Main Main
Mariana Klaveno Peri Westmore Main Guest
Drew Van Acker Remi Delatour Main Guest
Wolé Parks Sam Alexander Main
Mark Deklin Nicholas Deering Main
Joanna P. Adler Opal Sinclair Main
Dominic Adams Tony Bishara Main
Colin Woodell Ethan Sinclair Main
Gilles Marini Sebastien Dussault Guest Main
Cristián de la Fuente Ernesto Falta Main
Nathan Owens Jesse Morgan Main
Sol Rodriguez Daniela Mercado Main

Recurring cast[edit]

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4
Matt Cedeño Alejandro Rubio Recurring
Paula Garcés Flora Hernandez Recurring
Eddie Hassell Eddie Suarez Recurring
Melinda Page Hamilton Odessa Burakov Recurring
Valerie Mahaffey Olivia Rice Recurring Recurring
Maria Howell Ida Hayes Recurring
Alex Fernandez Pablo Diaz Recurring Guest
Stephen Collins Phillipe Delatour Recurring
Octavio Westwood Miguel Falta Recurring
Alejandro Vera Recurring
Reggie Austin Reggie Miller Recurring
Willie C. Carpenter Kenneth Miller Recurring
Gideon Glick Ty McKay Recurring
Kimberly Hebert Gregory Lucinda Miller Recurring
Tiffany Hines Didi Miller Recurring
Ivan Hernandez Javier Mendoza Recurring
E. Roger Mitchell Detective Figueroa Recurring
Julie Claire Gail Fleming Recurring
Grecia Merino Katy Stappord Recurring
Naya Rivera Blanca Alvarez Recurring
John O'Hurley Dr. Christopher Neff Recurring
Michelle Hurd Jacklyn Dussault Recurring
Issac Ryan Brown Deion Recurring
Joy Osmanski Joy Recurring
James Denton Peter Hudson Recurring
Ryan McPartlin Kyle Recurring
Carlos Ponce Ben Pacheco Recurring
Stephanie Faracy Frances Recurring
Katherine LaNasa Shannon Greene Recurring
Sean Blakemore Reverend James Hamilton Recurring

Episodes[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 13 June 23, 2013 (2013-06-23) September 22, 2013 (2013-09-22)
2 13 April 20, 2014 (2014-04-20) July 13, 2014 (2014-07-13)
3 13 June 1, 2015 (2015-06-01) August 24, 2015 (2015-08-24)
4 10 June 6, 2016 (2016-06-06) August 8, 2016 (2016-08-08)

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

The plot is based on the Mexican TV series Ellas son la Alegría del Hogar, which translates in English as "They Are the Joy of the Home" and was heavily influenced by Cherry's previous series Desperate Housewives. The Mexican series is based on an original concept by Gloria Calzada, Juan Meyer, and Salvador Rizo. The American adaptation was to follow four maids with ambition and dreams of their own while they work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills, California. ABC ordered the pilot on January 31, 2012.[12] Actress Eva Longoria was announced as an executive producer on March 26.[13] She had worked previously with Cherry on Desperate Housewives, and was hired to add perspective to the Latina roles.[14] ABC Studios gave Cherry permission to start making senior staffing offers for the show on May 1, which was perceived as an indication that the show would be picked up.[15]

On May 14, 2012, the pilot was not picked up by ABC for the 2012–13 United States network schedule.[16] However, on June 22, 2012, Lifetime picked up the pilot with a thirteen-episode order.[17][18] In May 2012, Roselyn Sánchez made a cameo appearance in the final episode of Desperate Housewives, "Finishing the Hat", as her character Carmen Luna.

After a series of constant cliffhangers and ongoing drama, the season 1 finale became its highest-rated episode, with 3 million viewers. Season 2, on the other hand, averaged 1.8 million total viewers per episode. The premiere episode of season 3 drew in 1.5 million viewers.

Casting[edit]

Dania Ramirez was the first lead cast member to be cast, being announced on February 15.[19] Ana Ortiz joined the cast as the central character on February 17.[20] On February 23, both Sanchez and Judy Reyes were added to the cast.[21][22] When Edy Ganem was announced in the cast on March 2 the show was still described as centering on the other four maids (Ortiz, Reyes, Sanchez, and Ramirez; Ortiz's character was later changed to a professor who posed as a maid).[23]

Rebecca Wisocky joined the cast on February 23.[24][25] Most of the other supporting roles were filled in in March: Brianna Brown (March 6);[26] Susan Lucci,[27][28] Drew Van Acker and Brett Cullen (all March 9);[29][30] Mariana Klaveno and Grant Show (both March 12);[31] and Tom Irwin (March 16).[32]

After the pilot episode was picked to series by Lifetime, Wolé Parks was added to the cast in a regular role on November 21.[33] Melinda Page Hamilton and Matt Cedeño were added to the cast in recurring roles with the promise of promotion if the show got picked up for a second season on November 26. Both were expected to appear in the pilot episode.[34] Valerie Mahaffey also made cameo in pilot, and later had recurring role as Olivia Rice.[35] Several actors from Desperate Housewives had roles in Devious Maids. Richard Burgi, Andrea Parker, Jolie Jenkins, Patrika Darbo, Dakin Matthews, Liz Torres who previously appeared in Desperate Housewives, have guest roles in this series.

For the second season, four new series regular actors were added for the show.[36] Wolé Parks and Brett Cullen did not return for the second season, while Brianna Brown made a guest-appearance. Mariana Klaveno was reduced to recurring status in the second season. Stage actress Joanna P. Adler was cast in main role of a new mystery maid, Opal, in December 2013.[37] Newcomer Dominic Adams was cast as Tony, the bodyguard,[38] and Colin Woodell was cast as his son, Ethan Sinclair.[39] Mark Deklin joined the cast as Nicholas Deering, Marisol's new love interest.[40] Tricia O'Kelley joined the cast in the recurring role as Tanya.[41]

For the third season, Gilles Marini was upped to series regular after appearing in the season two finale.[42][43] Season one star Brianna Brown was announced to make her return to the series for its third season, as a series regular,[44] with Brett Cullen also returning to play her husband.[45] Valerie Mahaffey recurred as Olivia Rice for a few episodes. In February 2015, it was reported that Glee actress Naya Rivera had joined the season in the recurring role of Blanca; a maid to a seemingly ideal family, who learns of a life altering secret.[46] Later that month, Days of Our Lives actor Nathan Owens was cast in the regular role of Jesse, a recently returned home military man.[47] Cristián de la Fuente was also cast as a series regular in the role of Rosie's long-lost husband, Ernesto Falta, who had been believed to be dead.[48] Actor Alec Mapa announced on a tweet in February his debut on the show in the recurring role of Jerry.[49] In April 2015, it was reported the previous regulars Drew Van Acker and Edy Ganem (who had previously been one of the central characters, on the show) were demoted to recurring roles for the third season. They both appeared in the first two episodes of the season and then departed as their characters left for New York.[50]

For the fourth season, filming started January 14, 2016 and episode titles will be cleaning puns. Brianna Brown, Brett Cullen, and Gilles Marini will not return as series regulars. In January 2016, it was announced the executive producer Eva Longoria would guest star in season 4 while Longoria's former Desperate Housewives costar James Denton had been tapped for the recurring role of Peter. Ryan McPartlin will make a debut this season by playing Kyle who is a sweet, sexy — and, most importantly, filthy rich — newcomer who falls for one of the core maids. However, he has an unusually close relationship with his mother, Frances who is played by Stephanie Faracy. Also, Julie Claire who was recurring as Gail Fleming in Season 3 will return in Season 4. In early February, Carlos Ponce was announced to play Ben who is the manager of a famous movie star, but also a dangerous-yet-handsome thirty-something who specializes in manipulating people. He's also described as charming and mysterious. Carter Birchwell was assigned to play Spence and Peri's son Tucker. Katherine LaNasa will play Shannon Greene, Peri's older sister. In addition, Argentinian actress Sol Rodriguez would recur as Daniela while Nathan Owens has been promoted as a series regular.[51]

Filming[edit]

The pilot episode for ABC was filmed in Los Angeles. By March 21, filming had begun in Beverly Hills.[52] After Lifetime picked Devious Maids to series, filming moved to Atlanta, Georgia.[53] The pilot episode was directed by Paul McGuigan.[54] TheDevious Maids finale episode aired on August 8, 2016.[55]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
2014 NAMIC Vision Awards Comedy Devious Maids Nominated
Imagen Awards[56] Best Actress - Television Ana Ortiz Won
Dania Ramirez Nominated
Judy Reyes Nominated
Roselyn Sanchez Nominated
Edy Ganem Nominated
2015 Prism Awards[57] Drama Series Episode - Substance Use "You Can't Take It With You" Nominated
Imagen Awards Best Actress - Television Ana Ortiz Nominated
Dania Ramirez Nominated
Judy Reyes Nominated
Roselyn Sanchez Nominated

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