Eva Longoria recently revealed which of her former “Desperate Housewives” co-stars she still keeps in touch with. She mentioned Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross, Ricardo Chavira, and Jesse Metcalfe as the ones she talks to most frequently. However, she did not mention Teri Hatcher or Nicollette Sheridan, who were part of the show in its earlier seasons. Despite this, a source claims that there is no bad blood between the co-stars.

While Longoria did not specifically name Hatcher in her list of people she stays in touch with, she has hinted at past feuds within the cast. In 2019, she mentioned being “bullied” by an unnamed co-worker. Additionally, in a 2018 interview, she did not mention Hatcher when asked about her relationships with her former co-stars.

There have been rumors circulating for some time about Hatcher being difficult to work with. The creator of “Desperate Housewives,” Marc Cherry, mentioned that it was challenging to get along with an unnamed actress on the show due to behavioral problems. He shared an anecdote where Huffman would greet this actress every morning, despite knowing she would not receive a response, as a way of maintaining politeness.

Furthermore, a former writer on the show mentioned that some staff members were not allowed to make eye contact with Hatcher while working on the set. This writer expressed feeling unwelcome around the cast, particularly Hatcher, during table reads.

Although there have been reports of tension among the cast members, Longoria continues to maintain good relationships with some of her former co-stars. The absence of Hatcher in her list of people she keeps in touch with has raised eyebrows, but Longoria insists that she is still on good terms with Huffman, Cross, and others from the show.

In conclusion, while there may have been past conflicts and rumors of discord among the “Desperate Housewives” cast, Eva Longoria remains focused on the positive relationships she has maintained with certain co-stars. The dynamics of working on a long-running television series can often lead to tensions behind the scenes, but it seems that Longoria is choosing to focus on the connections that have endured beyond the show’s conclusion.