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'Devious Maids' Season 3 Sneak Peek

(L to R) Judy Reyes, Roselyn Sanchez, Ana Ortiz and Dania Ramirez star in season three of Lifetime's drama Devious Maids, premiering Monday, June 1, at 9pm ET/PT on Lifetime. Photo by Stuart Pettican Copyright 2015
Hit primetime serial Devious Maids returns for a third season on a new night, Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime, beginning June 1st. Executive produced by Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria, Devious Maids follows five maids with ambition and dreams of their own while working for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills.

Devious Maids is set in a world where murder and mayhem collide in the mansions of Beverly Hills’ wealthiest and most powerful families. Class warfare has never been as fun and dirty as it is in the tony enclave where the staff is as clever, witty and downright as devilish as their employers. The series has centered on a close-­knit group of maids, Marisol (Ana Ortiz), Rosie (Dania Ramírez), Carmen (Roselyn Sánchez), Valentina (Edy Ganem) and Zoila (Judy Reyes), who are bonded together by their jobs, life struggles and the melodramatic universe that engulfs their employers. Devious Maids also stars Daytime Emmy winner Susan Lucci (All My Children), Grant Show (Melrose Place), Rebecca Wisocky (The Mentalist), Tom Irwin (Grey’s Anatomy) and Drew Van Acker (Pretty Little Liars). Indie Series Award nominee Brianna Brown (General Hospital) and Brett Cullen (The Dark Knight Rises) make a return to the series this season, joining new cast members Naya Rivera (Glee), Gilles Marini (Switched at Birth), Cristián de la Fuente (Valiant Love), John O’Hurley (The Young and the Restless), Justina Machado (Six Feet Under), Nathan Owens (Days of our Lives) and Julie Claire (Web Therapy).

(L to R) Roselyn Sanchez and Gilles Marini star in season three of Devious Maids. Photo by Bob Mahoney Copyright 2015

Season three picks up at the height of last year’s shocking cliffhanger where a deranged gunman takes aim at the maids during Rosie and Spence’s wedding, leaving everyone to wonder who will survive. In the wake of this tragedy, the women lean on each other like never before, even as they face complex problems in their own lives. Zoila ponders her next steps after discovering that she is pregnant and uncertain who the father may be. Carmen realizes there is more than meets the eye to the charming Sebastien (Gilles Marini).

(L to R) Ana Ortiz, Rebecca Wisocky, Brett Cullen and Brianna Brown star in season three of Devious Maids. Photo by Bob Mahoney Copyright 2015
Meanwhile, Valentina and Remi struggle to connect in the aftermath of the shooting; Marisol’s aspirations lead her to a surprising career change; and Blanca (Naya Rivera), a new maid in the neighborhood, lands a job with a seemingly picture-­perfect family, but soon discovers a terrible secret that could change her life forever.

Susan Lucci in season three of Devious Maids. Photo by Bob Mahoney Copyright 2015
Inspired by the hit telenovela, Ellas son… la alegría del hogar, Devious Maids is produced by ABC Studios. The series was created by Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives) and is executive produced by Cherry, Sabrina Wind, Eva Longoria (Hot & Bothered, Desperate Housewives), Brian Tanen, Larry Shuman (Kissing Miranda), David Lonner, John Mass, Ric Swartzlander and Televisa USA’s Paul Presburger and Michael Garcia.

Nathan Owens joins the cast in season 3 of Devious Maids.

Watch a sneak peek below:

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