Could a “Desperate Housewives” movie be on the horizon? While the show ended in 2012, it must still have its fans. Enough to support a movie continuation of the show, though? Teri Hatcher, who starred on the show as Susan Meyer, seems to think so. She talked about about the possibility of a movie with Extra.
“I love the fans of the show so much,” she says, “and they don’t seem to be done with those characters. I think it would be great for them.” Though “Desperate Housewives'” audience faded over the course of eight seasons, the series finale was still able to snag over 11 million viewers, proving that someone still cared about the story.
However likely or unlikely it may be, Hatcher hasn’t closed the door on a movie. “If a script ever came across my lap, I would read it, hoping that it would work out,” she says. Unfortunately for fans, it doesn’t sound like it’s in the cards for now. “I don’t really see that happening,” Hatcher admits.
Anything is possible, though. After all, they’re making a “Veronica Mars” movie, and that show never reached “Desperate Housewives” lowest rating.