Not that the work was sad, executive producer-writer Tom Spezialy tells the paper. "There was so much laughter at that funeral it was hardly a funeral," he said, declining to state exactly whose funeral this was.
As for the cast reunion – last week, Emmy nominations went to Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman and Cross, though not to Eva Longoria and Nicollette Sheridan – Spezialy says: "For the cast and crew it was like coming back from camp – they all gathered and compared tan lines, storylines and nominations."
Meanwhile, come fall, CBS plans to do battle with the ABC Sunday night hit by scheduling a series of high-concept made-for-TV movies about vampire bats, serial killers, bomb scares, Martha Stewart and Pope John Paul II, reports Reuters.
The season will premiere with Cybill Shepherd in the glossy Martha Behind Bars – about the domestic diva's insider trading scandal that landed her in prison.