On Sunday night, “Desperate Housewives” is going to be saying farewell after eight years of drama, shocking moments, and even a few scenes that were roll-on-the-floor funny.
So when you have such an extensive amount of time on a show, the question inevitably comes to how you somehow manage to move on from putting so much work into something you care so much about. Speaking on “Good Morning America” this week, series star Felicity Huffman joked that years on the set should be counted in “dog years,” and with that in mind it felt as though the show has gone on for a whopping “56 years.” (She also said that as much as she has loved doing the show, this is really the best time to say goodbye.)
In terms of spoilers, Huffman opened up about the split between Lynette and Tom that has happened over the past year, and also about how she and William H. Macy each simultaneously were recipients of stars on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame.
What do you expect to see happen during the series finale?