Hamburger parties aside, the end of “Desperate Housewives” is the bittersweet end to an eight year chapter in Longoria’s life.
More than the on-screen drama, Eva Longoria tells Hollyscoop that her favorite memory from the show has been the friendships she made with the crew.
“[My favorite memory is] the crew and the family that we built throughout the eight years.”
Longoria told us at the George Lopez Celebrity Golf Classic that she’s excited for what her future, post-Housewives will hold for her.
“It was very biter sweet to say goodbye and to leave the people that I've seen for the last eight years everyday of my life,” says Longoria, “Its a big transition, but I'm excited.”
Longoria isn’t wasting any time getting her next acting gigs in order. She’s already got three films in post production, is executive producing the TV movie “Devious Maids” and she’s producing a new dating reality show “Ready for Love” which we hear is going to give “The Bachelor” a run for its money.
She’s got a lot on the horizon, but that doesn’t mean the last day on “Desperate Housewives” wasn’t a bittersweet day.
“I lost it when they said, ‘That’s a wrap.’ That’s the moment, right there,” she revealed on Good Morning America Tuesday, “We just fell apart. We stayed on that table, because that’s where our final scene was, for two hours after we wrapped. And it was surreal.”