Longoria can direct the collection’ eagerly anticipated season two opener, marking her television directorial debut. Devious Maids is placed in a global where murder and mayhem collide in the mansions of Beverly Hills’ richest and most powerful individuals. Type warfare has never been dirty as exciting and as it is within the little enclave where in fact the team can be as ingenious, amusing and downright as devilish as their employers. The line centers on a detailed-knit group of maids, Marisol (Ortiz), Rosie (Ramirez), Carmen (Sanchez), Valentina (Ganem) and Zoila (Reyes), who are glued together by their careers, life struggles and the melodramatic market that engulfs their employers. Devious Maids also stars Drew Van Acker, Grant Show, Rebecca Wisocky, Tom Irwin, Mariana Klaveno, Matt Cedeno, Melinda Page Hamilton and Susan Lucci. Joining the cast this season are Dominic Adams, Joanna Adler, Mark Deklin and Colin Woodell. Following Zoila’s partnership, Rosie’s surprising arrest by immigration agents, the ruin of Valentina and last season’s thought of Flora’s killer and Carmen’s artificial involvement, season two claims to deliver much more excitement.