Lifetime Renews ‘Devious Maids’ For Season 4

By April Lara | 1 year ago

Just when we thought “Devious Maids” is over after its three-season run, the Lifetime mystery series has been picked up for Season 4! Read below for the full details:

The renewal is all because of the success and the stable performance of “Devious Maids” Season 3. Lifetime Executive Vice President Liz Gateley released a statement saying, “Devious Maids is a steady hit that continues to deliver for us. It has found a loyal audience that is socially engaged with the show.”


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“Devious Maids” Season 3 garnered 1.47 million viewers and it wrapped up with 1.53 million viewers as per Deadline. These awesome results since Season 3 kicked off, it kept its pace even delivering more to the network when it wrapped up, and gained the show another season to go… and hopefully more to come!

“Devious Maids” is inspired by the hit telenovela “Ellas son… la alegria del hogar”  by Marc Cherry. It is executive produced by Eva Longoria, Sabrina Wind, Marc Cherry, Larry Shuman, Brian Tanen, David Lonner, Ric Swartzlander, John Mass, and Michael Garcia and Palul Presburger of Televisa USA.

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The show stars Dania Ramirez, Ana Ortiz, Roselyn Sanchez, Judy Reyes, Rebecca Wisocky and Susan Lucci. “Devious Maids” is set in a world of the wealthiest and most powerful families of Beverly Hills where murder and mystery lies.

“Devious Maids” Season 3 left fans with a cliffhanger, which is why Season 4 is definitely in order. And now that it is official, what do you think will happen on “Devious Maids” Season 4? What do you want to see? What are your predictions on the upcoming series? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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