Desperate Housewives: Season 6 (2009 - 2010)




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Air date: Sep 27, 2009
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Series 6 of the series about the residents of Wisteria Lane opens as Mike (James Denton) marries again and the identity of his new bride is revealed. In other developments, new housewife Angie Bolen (Drea De Matteo) is welcomed to the neighborhood, and she might be hiding something; Lynette (Felicity Huffman) tries to maintain her career while coping with her unplanned pregnancy; Bree (Marcia Cross) deals with marital difficulties and a new love interest; and Gabrielle (Eva Longoria) struggles with her parenting skills and in her relationship with Ana (Maiara Walsh), the niece of her husband Carlos (Ricardo Antonio Chavira).


Felicity Huffman
as Lynette Scavo
Teri Hatcher
as Susan Mayer
Marcia Cross
as Bree Van De Kamp
Eva Longoria
as Gabrielle Solis
Doug Savant
as Tom Scavo
James Denton
as Mike Delfino
Kathryn Joosten
as Karen McCluskey
Shawn Pyfrom
as Andrew Van De Kamp
Andrea Bowen
as Julie Mayer
Kyle MacLachlan
as Orson Hodge
Dana Delany
as Katherine Mayfair
Richard Burgi
as Karl Mayer
Tuc Watkins
as Bob Hunter
Charlie Carver
as Porter Scavo
Max Carver
as Preston Scavo
Joshua Moore
as Parker Scavo
Kevin Rahm
as Lee McDermott
Brenda Strong
as Mary Alice Young
Mason Cotton
as MJ Delfino
Drea de Matteo
as Angie Bolen
Beau Mirchoff
as Danny Bolen
Brenda Strong
as Mary Alice Young
Orson Bean
as Ray Bender
Daniella Baltodano
as Celia Solis
Jonathan Cake
as Det. Chuck Vance
Jesse Metcalfe
as John Rowland
Maria Cominis
as Mona Clark
Lily Tomlin
as Roberta Simmons
Charles Mesure
as Ben Faulkner
Jeff Doucette
as Father Crowley
Jane Leeves
as Dr. Graham
John Rubinstein
as Principal Hobson
Julie McNiven
as Emily Portsmith
Wendy Benson
as Colleen Henderson
Mackenzie Smith
as Rachel Miller
Karl Makinen
as Det. Gallagher
Ellen Crawford
as Iris Beckley
James McDonnell
as Dr. Crane
Gale Harold
as Jackson Braddock
Todd Grinnell
as Dr. Alex Cominis
Dakin Matthews
as Rev. Sikes
Darla Haun
as Patti Jackson
Robin Thomas
as Dick Jackson
Jack Thomas
as Minister
Brooke Lyons
as Candace
Aisha Hinds
as Motel Maid
Kathy Najimy
as Denise Lapera
Vic Polizos
as Det. Turner
Eileen Galindo
as Christina
Alex Miller
as Neidermeyer
Alex Miller (II)
as Neidermeyer
Caroline Aaron
as Daffney Bicks
Gloria Garayua
as Older Celia
Dana Cuomo
as Crystal
Brianne Davis
as Jennifer
Eric Lutes
as Guy in Bar
Scott Haven
as Guy in Bar
Mark Moses
as Paul Young
Ned Vaughn
as Terrence Henderson
David Reivers
as Sgt. Clemente
Ben Carroll
as Repo Man
Gina Hecht
as Judge Mary Gallagher
Michael Holden
as Dr. Baron
Patty McCormack
as Teresa Pruitt
Marsha Clark
as Nurse Lorna
Casper Brindle
as Father on Cell Phone
Ernestine Phillips
as Det. Aguilar
Marina Benedict
as Russian Bridal Shop Owner
Susan Angelo
as Theresa Vitale
Lyndsy Fonseca
as Dylan Mayfair
Paul Ganus
as Dr. Griffith
Rick Pasqualone
as Det. John Booth
Cindy Lu
as Kirstin
Joy Lauren
as Danielle Van De Kamp
Steve Tyler
as Minister
Candace Brown
as Mrs. Chapman
Scott Rinker
as Father Timothy
Christopher Darga
as Jackie Walker
Evan Arnold
as Casting Director
Miguel Pérez
as Agent Padilla
Richard Gilliland
as Dr. Brent Avedon
Jeffrey Markle
as Bus Driver
Jonathan Adams
as Luke Rayfield
Sarah Ripard
as Agent Aronson
Angee Hughes
as Woman With Figurines
Vito D'Ambrosio
as Silvio Vitale
Diane Robin
as Ms. Feldman
Cody Wai-Ho Lee
as Child Pilgrim
Justin Dray
as Agent Weller
Dan Sachoff
as IRS Agent
Kevin Symons
as Mr. Pinkham
David Bickford
as Coco the Clown
Jack Impelizzeri
as Delivery Man
Lindsay Ryan
as Young Girl
Zayne Emory
as Patrick (Age 13)
Michael Worth
as Self Defense Instructor
Fred Saldone
as Officer
Ragan Wallake
as Courtney
Bette Rae
as Woman
Paul Keeley
as Dr. McLean
Kathy Muzingo
as Mother in Commercial
Kate Fuglei
as Emily's Mother
Karolinah Villarreal
as Celia (age 11)
Anthony Traina
as Older Patrick
Jayne Taini
as Mrs. Greece
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Critic Reviews for Desperate Housewives Season 6

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (2)

The sixth season was a mixed bag, displaying the goofy, playful side of the housewives and their spouses alongside dramas focused on everyday issues rather than outrageous subterfuge and unlikely events.

Sep 20, 2018 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

The other real problem I have with the show is the overdone introduction of a new housewife on Wisteria Lane.

Sep 18, 2018 | Rating: 1.5/5 | Full Review…

On current form, there's no better show on earth to tackle such a hoary story and spin it in unexpected ways while still wringing real emotion from the scenario.

Sep 20, 2018 | Full Review…

After a season that was undoubtedly rocky - a rollercoaster ride through a mix of good and bad storylines - the minds behind Desperate Housewives managed to put together a season finale that was rather action-packed and full of drama.

Sep 19, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Desperate Housewives: Season 6

Definitely an improvement over last year, season six brings new hope for a series that could've ended up repeating season five's fate. An interesting season that makes most plots work and keeps you watching, season six is still not flawless. In season six, there are three types of episodes: the ones that could have been better, the good ones and the amazing ones. Honestly, despite not quite ranking in my top five seasons, season six is amazing. The highest highs of this season were definitely the mysteries, and after a season with a rather disappointing one, it works that kuch better. That's not to say season six was without any lows. Storylines such as Bree trying to rekindle her relationship with Orson didn't fare quite well and the whole Gaby-Lynette-Carlos fiasco that went down at the middle of the season, was not needed at all. That and the slow (but good) mystery aside, season six was yet another success in Desperate Housewives.

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