Paul Young Returning to ‘Desperate Housewives’ Next Season

Glen Diaz:
Remember creepy Paul Young? he’s the widower of Mary Alice. He also killed nosy blackmailer Martha Huber in series one  for sending the note that led to Mary Alice’s suicide.

A few days before this season’s finale on Sunday, Entertainment Weekly reported that Mark Moses is set to return to Wisteria Lane in full-time capacity next season.

Paul  Young Returning to 'Desperate Housewives' Next Season

Last seen in season 3 when Mike (James Denton) encountered him in prison, Moses’ post-Desperate Housewives stint includes playing Herman “Duck” Phillips on AMC’s Mad Men.

“We hope to add a troublemaker,” Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry previously teased, “but I’m not so sure it’ll be a woman.”

In other Housewives news, ABC is eying to settle Nicolette Sheridan’s $20 million lawsuit out of court for fear that a legal showdown might prove ultimately disastrous for the show when potentially incriminating information leaks.

“Our legal team is working to get both sides together to see if they can help broker a compromise,” said a senior source.

Speaking of which, Sheridan’s ex, singer Michael Bolton (The two split in 2008), has expressed support for the axed Housewives. “There has been some wicked stuff in the news but my vote is for her prevailing,” he said. “She’s going to be fine.”

It’s the season finale on Sunday when Desperate Housewives returns: Lynette (Felicity Huffman) is held hostage by the Fairview Strangler, Bree (Marcia Cross) is being blackmailed by runaway son Sam for something Andrew did way, way back, Susan (Teri Hatcher) is having more money problems and it’s up to Gaby (Eva Longoria-Parker) to help Angie (Drea de Matteo).

Soooooooo dramatic, but isn’t that why we love it!

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