From Hollywood glamour to White House pull, the not-so-desperate housewife hangs with a power crowd.
Eva Longoria’s return to television turned out to be a big flop.
Her new show on NBC, “Ready for Love,” was canceled after two episodes, entertainment website Gossipcop.com is reporting.
The "Desperate Housewives" actress is an executive producer for the show, which was hosted by Bill and Giuliana Rancic.
NBC has not yet announced if it will air the remaining episodes of the show, where three matchmakers help three men find love.
Longoria said she handpicked each of the three eligible guys.
They're "not only handsome and successful, but generous, kind and sweet human beings. ... They'll forever be friends in my life," she said.
But Longoria’s projects are long from over.
The actress is also one of the executive producers of "Devious Maids," alongside "Desperate Housewives" creator Mark Cherry.
Based on a Mexican series, it follows four maids who work in Beverly Hills but dream of their own success. The show will air on Lifetime.
Longoria just wrapped up filming "Frontera," alongside Ed Harris and Michael Peña, and has endorsement deals with L'Oreal, Frito-Lay and Sheba.
Based on reporting by the Associated Press