Devious Maids

Monday 9:00 PM on Lifetime
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  • Devious Maids follows five maids who work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills, but have ambitions and dreams of their own. The show stars Ana Ortiz (Marisol Duarte), Dania Ramirez (Rosie Falta), Roselyn Sanchez (Carmen Luna) Judy Reyes (Zoila Diaz) and Edy Ganem (Valentina Diaz) and is co-executive produced by Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria. Seasons 1 and 2 aired on Sundays at 10:00 p.m. ET. Season 3 moved to Mondays at 9:00 p.m.moreless

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 3 : Ep 13

    Anatomy of a Murder

    Aired 8/24/15

  • S 3 : Ep 12


    Aired 8/17/15

  • S 3 : Ep 11

    Terms of Endearment

    Aired 8/10/15

  • S 3 : Ep 10


    Aired 8/3/15

  • S 3 : Ep 9

    Bad Girl

    Aired 7/27/15

  • Cast & Crew
  • Ana Ortiz

    Marisol Duarte

  • Dania Ramirez

    Rosie Falta

  • Roselyn Sanchez

    Carmen Luna

  • Judy Reyes

    Zoila Diaz

  • Edy Ganem

    Valentina Diaz

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (8)

    • Zoila: (to Valentina) Rich boys, they never fall in love with the help. Trust me on this.

    • Genevieve: I'm serious, Zoila. This new therapist is a genius. He could tell that I needed to be on mood stabilizers within 5 minutes of meeting me.
      Zoila: It took him that long?

    • Adrian: That boy they arrested, you think he actually killed her?
      Evelyn: No, but if we say anything, they'll start to examine our lives and we can't have that now, can we?
      Adrian: So we do nothing?
      Evelyn: Less than nothing.

    • Evelyn: (to Flora) I think what you people do is heroic. You wash clothes you can't afford. You polish silver you will never dine with. You mop floors for people who don't bother to learn your last name, and still you dare to dream of a better life. I am in awe of your determination to succeed in this great country of ours. That said, if you don't stop screwing my husband, I'm going to have you deported. Comprende?

    • Taylor: (while shopping with Marisol) What the heck is kohlrabi?
      Marisol: It's a German turnip.
      Taylor: Does it taste good?
      Marisol: It's a German turnip.
      Taylor: Daikon, komatsuna. This is why I miss Iowa. People ate normal things like potatoes and corn and...lard.

    • (Evelyn is upset about being all alone in her big house without a maid.) Evelyn: It's ironic.
      Olivia: What is?
      Evelyn: My life sucks, but my vacuum doesn't.

    • Marisol: Did Michael tell you everything?
      Taylor: He did.
      Marisol: I sorry that I had to lie to you.
      Taylor: Did you lie about being my friend?
      Marisol: Never.

    • Genevieve: I don't see why feminists complain so much. Being a sex object is fun.

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    Notes (73)

    • Original International Airdates:
      Finland: November 17, 2014 on Liv

    • Special billing was given to Susan Lucci (and) for this episode.

    • Original International Airdates:
      Finland: November 24, 2014 on LIv

    • Special billing was given to Susan Lucci (and) for this episode.

    • Original International Airdates:
      Finland: December 1, 2014 on Liv

    • Special billing was given to Susan Lucci (and) for this episode.

    • Original International Airdates:
      Finland: December 8, 2014 on Liv

    • Although credited, Susan Lucci (Genevieve Delatour), Judy Reves (Zoila Diaz),  Brianna Brown (Taylor Stappord) and Brett Cullen (Michael Stappord) do not appear in this episode.

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    Trivia (14)

    • Title: An Ideal Husband is an 1895 comedic stage play by Oscar Wilde which orbits around blackmail, political corruption and themes of public and private honor. Lajos Biró wrote the screenplay for the 1947 movie of the play and was directed by Alexander Kord. Oliver Parker wrote the screenplay and directed a 1999 movie of the play.

    • Title: The Dark at the Top of the Stairs is a 1957 play by William Inge about family conflicts during the early 1920s in a small Oklahoma town. It was nominated for a 'Tony Award for Best Play' in 1958 and was made into a film in 1960. The screenplay was written by Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank Jr., directed by Delbert Mann.

    • Title: The Dangerous Liaisons is a 1782 novel (Les Liaisons Dangereuses) by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos that was published in four volumes. German playwright Heiner Müller adapted the story for the stage in 1981 followed by various other adaptations. In 1959, it was adapted for film by Claude Brulé (screenplay by Roger Vailland) and directed by Roger Vadim. It's also been adapted for television, radio, opera and ballet. A few famous adaptations include the 1989 film Valmont, the 1999 film Cruel Intentions and the 2012 film Dangerous Liaisons

    • Michael and Taylor Stappord are moving to Washington D.C. and plan to adopt a child.

    • Title: Crimes of the Heart is a play by Beth Henley that won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. Beth Henley wrote the screenplay for the 1986 movie, directed by Bruce Beresford. The story is about the joyous and troubling reunion of the three Magrath sisters who are awaiting the death of their grandfather who is living out his last hours in the local hospital.

    • Title: The Bad Seed is a 1954 novel by William March that was adapted into a successful and long-running Broadway play by Maxwell Anderson and directed by Mervyn LeRoy. The two made the play into a movie in 1956 with the screenplay by John Lee Mahin. The story is based on the 8-year-old child, Rhoda, of Kenneth and Christine Penmark, who turns out to be a notorious liar and ruthless killer.

    • Title: Private Lives is a 1930 American comedy by Noël Coward focusing on a divorced couple who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, discover that they are staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel. Hanns Kräly and Richard Schayer wrote the screenplay for the 1931 movie based on the play, directed by Sidney Franklin.

    • Title: Betrayal is the 1983 film adaptation of Harold Pinter's 1978 play Betrayal. The film was produced by Sam Spiegel and directed by David Hugh Jones. Sequences of the film are shown in reverse chronological order. Pinter based the play on his seven year clandestine affair.

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  • Fan Reviews (18)
  • Best show ever

    By HamidLadan, Nov 04, 2015

  • My favourite guilty pleasure!

    By RafCole, Jul 12, 2015

  • finally

    By peak_a_bu, Jun 01, 2015

  • where is my show

    By soniabarresibrundia, Jul 28, 2014

  • Interesing and unpredictable

    By angiee_blondiee, Jun 30, 2014