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A funny and enjoyable comedy with a Desperate Housewives feel
Marc Cherry has given us a lot to laugh at over the years from Golden Girls to Desperate Housewives. This new comedy has the DH feel - a group of interesting and endearing ladies, cute comedy and romance with a little murder mystery. All the maids are quite distinctive and their stories are interesting. Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramirez, Edy Ganem, Judy Reyes and the still stunning Roselyn Sánchez.
I don't feel a negative stereotyping as some have pointed out. It feels quite sympathetic and glamorous and a positive portrayal than not.
The men play second fiddle like in DH but they are a likable enough bunch. Grant Show of Melrose doesn't look too old yet. Pretty Little Liars fans will recognize Drew Van Acker.
There isn't much to laugh at on TV so I'll take this over some serial killer forensic body parts drama any day.
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