The iconic ABC drama is coming to an end
"There's no point telling our kids - it's in the past," Marcia Cross tells PEOPLE about her husband's cancer battle
The actress, whose husband is also battling cancer, finds the movie star an inspiration
The TV star has found a way to steer her 3-year-old twins to healthier diets
Sally Field, Mandy Moore and others also join the cause to fight the disease
"They happen to be very verbal girls – and I think that comes from me," says the star
The Desperate Housewives star's husband Tom Mahoney is responding "very well" to treatment, says rep
Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson all buy the same type of tree for their holidays
Desperate Housewives creator and executive producer Marc Cherry told a meeting of the Television Critics Association on Thursday that he plans to end the ABC series
It's true: "Desperate Housewives" will flash-forward five years.
With her fraternal twin daughters Eden and Savannah turning 1 on Feb. 20, Marcia Cross is recalling all the ways she struggled to have children.
With no work on Wisteria Lane these days (thanks to the Hollywood writers' strike), Desperate Housewives's Marcia Cross put her free time to use this week, lobbying Congress to pass 12-year-old legislation for breast cancer patients.
They may be celebrities, but at the holidays, stars have down-home traditions of their own. It's all about relaxation and quality family time away from the cameras.
Christmas came early for Marcia Cross.
Working mom Marcia Cross has turned from Desperate Housewife to Desperate Mother now that she has to leave her twins at home - some days.
Three months after having twins, Marcia Cross has almost hit her post-birth target weight, she says.
You can count Marcia Cross among the fans of "Desperate Housewives" who want the characters' stories to connect again.