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As "Desperate Housewives" comes to a close after eight seasons on May 13, original cast member Marcia Cross and fellow co-star Vanessa Williams dished to OnTheRedCarpet.com what they want for their characters in the end and what they'll be looking to do next.
"I do feel like it's the time to move on, that still doesn't make it any easier and it feels just as bittersweet and I suppose if someone said to me, 'One more year?' I would say, 'Well okay,''" Cross told OnTheRedCarpet.com correspondent George Pennacchio recently. "But I do feel that it is the right time so that it's not so dribbling out and weak."
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Eva Longoria and Tina Fey topped the Forbes Highest-Paid TV Actresses List this year, each earning $13 million between May 2010 and May 2011.
The ten women on the list earned a combined total of $94 million. Meanwhile, just the top three highest paid film actresses earned $88 million combined.
After eight seasons, it was announced on Sunday that "Desperate Housewives" will come to an end.
Cast members Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross and James Denton opened up to OnTheRedCarpet.com co-host Chris Balish at the ABC Summer Press Tour on Sunday about the end of the drama and shared what is to come for season 8.