“Do not come to Beverly Hills, people!”
That’s the warning Ana Ortiz, who plays Marisol on “Devious Maids,” gives audiences in the very first promo video for Season 4 of the Lifetime series.
According to Grant Show, who portrays Spence in the sizzling, summer drama, a “big character is going to die this season.” And although the actor was reluctant to give any further details regarding the impending murder, Ortiz dished that the writers of “Devious Maids” have been “killing people off right and left.”
In fact, one character set to meet her demise on the Marc Cherry-created show will be Eva Longoria, the show’s executive producer, who will play herself on the series. But Longoria won’t kick the bucket permanently! Instead, she’ll play the part of a murdered maid in a soap opera that rings eerily similar to the Season 3 plot of “Devious Maids.”
The Season 4 trailer shows Longoria’s character lying in a pool of blood on the carpet as an Evelyn (Rebecca Wisocky) look-a-like announces her death (while “accidentally” kicking her).
“You are the meanest person I have ever met!” Longoria says to her redheaded co-star. “And I’ve worked on ‘Desperate Housewives.’”
Speaking of the ABC drama, another star from Cherry’s “Desperate Housewives” will make his debut in Season 4 of the “Devious Maids.” James Denton will play the role of Peter, a head honcho in Hollywood who appears to be re-creating Bianca’s (Naya Rivera) gruesome murder for an upcoming film.
While directing the flick, Peter will also try to win to heart of Marisol. And according to TVLine, the two will fall “fast and hard” into a steamy relationship. But Peter’s mysterious relationship with Genevieve (Susan Lucci) may cause trouble for Beverly Hill’s newest couple.
“Devious Maids” will air its Season 4 premiere Monday, June 6, at 9 p.m. EDT on Lifetime.