'Desperate Housewives' Star Teri Hatcher Back To Work Amid Eva Longoria 'Bully' Speculation

“Desperate Housewives” star Teri Hatcher is back hyping her YouTube cooking show, amid speculation she may be the “bully” her former co-star Eva Longoria was referencing in court documents.

Over the weekend, Hatcher released a new cooking video on her YouTube channel “Hatching Change”.

In the 14-minute video, she is seen in a kitchen cooking pork chops and applesauce. She sticks to the meal and doesn’t talk about the current headlines.


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Hatcher also doesn’t seem to have a care in the world, following Longoria and “Desperate Housewives” creator, Marc Cherry, writing letters to the court in support of co-star Felicity Huffman.

Huffman is set to be sentenced for her role in the college bribery. In their letters they both lay out why they believe Huffman is a good person.

They also revealed some juicy behind-the-scenes secrets of the hit ABC show.

Longoria wrote a letter on behalf of her “Desperate Housewives” co-star, Felicity Huffman, to the judge in her criminal case. Huffman is set to be sentenced for her role in the college bribery.

In her letter, Longoria describes how Huffman was a huge support system when she was starting out on the set of the hit tv show.

She explained, "There was a time I was being bulled at work by a co-worker … I dreaded the days I had to work with that person because it was pure torture. Until one day, Felicity told the bully 'enough' and it all stopped. Felicity could feel that I was riddled with anxiety even though I never complained or mentioned the abuse to anyone."

The show creator, Marc Cherry, also spilled the tea in a letter written to the court for Huffman. He wrote, "We had a problematic cast member on my show. She was a big star with some big behavioral problems … Everyone tried their darnedest to get along with this woman over the course of the show. It was impossible. And things went from bad to worse."

He continued, "At some point during season seven this woman decided she would no longer speak to her fellow cast members …. She would only communicate with the directors who were then forced to pass on her throughs to her co-stars. This was alternately maddening and hilarious."

He said Huffman “insisted” on saying hello to this co-star every morning despite her lack of response. Cherry said, “I found out about this and asked Felicity about it. She smiled and said, 'Just because that woman's determined to be rude, doesn't mean she can keep me from being polite.”

Some might think Cherry was talking about Nicollette Sheridan, who he beefed with for years, but she wasn’t around for season seven.

During Cherry and Sheridan’s court battle, Cherry even testified that Sheridan once told him Hatcher was the “meanest woman in the world.”

Many fans have speculated that Hatcher is the cast member being reference. Maybe this all means it’s time for a “Desperate Housewives” reboot.