Desperate Housewives: Season 7 (2010 - 2011)



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Air date: Sep 26, 2010
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Air date: Nov 7, 2010
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The seventh series of "Desperate Housewives" introduces a new housewife, Renee Perry (Vanessa Williams) and also marks the return of Paul Young (Mark Moses), the husband of the deceased Mary Alice (Brenda Strong). Paul brings with him a new wife, Beth (Emily Bergl) and questionable motives. Meanwhile, financial problems cause Susan (Teri Hatcher) to make ends meet by taking a job she doesn't want anyone to know about; Gabrielle (Eva Longoria) struggles with a painful revelation; Bree (Marcia Cross) starts a new romance; and Lynette (Felicity Huffman) raises her new baby while dealing with marital tension.


Vanessa L. Williams
as Renee Perry
Teri Hatcher
as Susan Mayer
Eva Longoria
as Gabrielle Solis
John Schneider
as Richard Watson
Felicity Huffman
as Lynette Scavo
Mark Moses
as Paul Young
Doug Savant
as Tom Scavo
Emily Bergl
as Beth Young
Marcia Cross
as Bree Van De Kamp
James Denton
as Mike Delfino
Kevin Rahm
as Lee McDermott
Tuc Watkins
as Bob Hunter
Kathryn Joosten
as Karen McCluskey
Orson Bean
as Roy Bender
Kyle MacLachlan
as Orson Hodge
Joshua Moore
as Parker Scavo
Max Carver
as Preston Scavo
Lainie Kazan
as Maxine Rosen
Charlie Carver
as Porter Scavo
Mason Cotton
as MJ Delfino
Harriet Sansom Harris
as Felicia Tillman
Shawn Pyfrom
as Andrew Van De Kamp
Nancy Travis
as Dr. Mary Wagner
Mindy Sterling
as Mitzi Kinsky
Jonathan Cake
as Det. Chuck Vance
Daniella Baltodano
as Celia Solis
Tony Plana
as Alejandro
Lesley Ann Warren
as Sophie Bremmer
Lois Smith
as Allison Scavo
Tom McGowan
as Mayor Franklin
Cody Kasch
as Zach Young
Carla Jimenez
as Carmen Sanchez
Polly Bergen
as Stella Wingfield
Michael Kagan
as Board Chairman
Cynthia Watros
as Tracy Miller
Aaron Lustig
as Mr. Lynwood
Matthew Glave
as Det. Foster
Erika Eleniak
as Barbara Fine
Evan Parke
as Derek Yeager
Rolando Molina
as Hector Sanchez
Rochelle Aytes
as Amber James
Cecilia Balagot
as Grace Sanchez
Stephanie Faracy
as Miss Charlotte
Dakin Matthews
as Rev. Sykes
Derek Webster
as Det. Harrison
Steven Culp
as Rex Van De Kamp
John O'Leary
as Mr. Scully
Andrea Bowen
as Julie Mayer
Julie Alexander
as Receptionist
Jodi Long
as Dr. Lunt
Kevin Symons
as Jack Pinkham
John Rubinstein
as Principal Hobson
Angela Bullock
as Prison Guard
Reggie Austin
as Doug Perry
Margot Rose
as Principal Harris
Brent Kinsman
as Preston Scavo
Kelsey Crane
as Office Aide
Ed Quinn
as Brent Ferguson
Peter Asle Holden
as Park Ranger
Shane Kinsman
as Porter Scavo
Joe Gnoffo
as Malcolm
Karl T. Wright
as Dr. Jenkins
Christopher Gehrman
as Lab Technician
Troy Ruptash
as Agent Jackson
Dave Koz
as Himself
David Brisbin
as Dr. Sugarman
Cynthia Rube
as Hillary
Amy Pietz
as Madeline
Derrick Sanders
as Bartender
Annie Little
as Stephanie
Peter Murnik
as Officer
Ping Wu
as Phong
Missy Doty
as Waitress
Elizabeth Tsing
as Instructor
Ron Melendez
as Glenn Morris
Marco Rodriguez
as Principal Gomez
Peter Breitmayer
as Football Man
Karly Rothenberg
as Woman in Prison
Jon Curry
as Wally
Michael Dempsey
as Det. Murphy
Joy Lauren
as Danielle Van De Kamp
Paul Norwood
as Dr. Gable
Charles Mesure
as Ben Faulkner
Mary Wickliffe
as Paramedic
Dana Glover
as Emma Graham
Carlos Antonio
as Older Gentleman
Joey Naber
as Towsnperson No. 1
Tucker Albrizzi
as Little Bully
Jill Larson
as Sister Marta
Martin Kildare
as Mr. Roarke
Jim Bentley
as Prosecutor No. 1
Peter Holden
as Park Ranger
Clint Carmichael
as Handsome Man
Casper Brindle
as Cab Driver
Johanna Parker
as Saleslady
Jake Soldera
as Benjamin Van De Kamp
Carly Thomas Smith
as Mrs. Templeton
Tamara Zook
as Shopper No. 1
Ava Rose Williams
as Scooter Girl
Todd Grinnell
as Dr. Alex Cominis
Tom Ramsey
as Gardener
Allison Weissman
as Crying Girl
Brian Patacca
as Car Salesman
Vaughn Armstrong
as Civil War Major
Avery Phillips
as Kid Sister
Pat Lenz
as Dr. Wyner
Brenda Strong
as Mary Alice Young
Melody Butiu
as Nurse No. 2
Joey Nader
as Sgt. Williams
Wendy Benson
as Mrs. Henderson
Jessica Tuttle
as Little Girl
Geno Monteiro
as Police Officer
Brie Mattson
as Kimberly
Tuffet Schmelzie
as Shopper No. 2
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Critic Reviews for Desperate Housewives Season 7

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (3)

I was okay with Vanessa Williams showing up as the new hot tottie on the block, but her storyline is wasted in the morass of the Scavo marriage. Though its the storylines of the other women that crush this series.

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

Like its predecessors, the Desperate Housewives season seven finale was absolutely amazing and did not fall short of suspense, mystery or drama.

Sep 19, 2018 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

ABC's classic prime-time soap opera remains slickly watchable, but the momentum is seeping out.

Sep 26, 2010 | Full Review…

Never has the series felt as listless and wrong-headed as it does at the moment.

Sep 19, 2018 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

Finally, DH is getting back to basics, crafting a mystery that utilizes the entire ensemble rather than splitting the cast into a web of barely-connected, tangential story-threads.

Sep 19, 2018 | Full Review…

Am I tempted to start watching again? No, not really.

May 22, 2015 | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for Desperate Housewives: Season 7

Season seven was one of the best, if you consider its later half. Season seven is one of the worst if you consider the first few episodes. The quality of the storylines decreases a bit from the last season, but deliver anyway. After two years of less than satisfying disaster episodes, season seven returns to the emotion-packed content of seasons three and four. The only real downsides to the season are the lack of a mystery, and the end of Gaby's baby arc, but that doesn't mean this particular stretch of episodes isn't great after all. Overall, season seven could've been better, but so could almost every season be.

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