"Devious Maids" Season 4 recently concluded on air with an episode that revealed the identity of Peri's killer. The Lifetime drama's future is up in the air with the network's continued silence on the show's renewal, which made a lot of fans and viewers worried that the last episode would serve as the series finale. How did Season 4 fare in terms of ratings?
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Not much is known about "Devious Maids" Season 5 and whether it will happen on Lifetime or not. The network has not yet released an official statement with regards to the show's future after it concluded Season 4 with a finale episode titled "Grime and Punishment."
There has been a lot of speculations with regards to the future of "Devious Maids" Season 5 and the possibility of it since Season 4 did not do so well in terms of ratings. According to TV Series Finale, the latest season of the show raked in an average of 0.30 in the 18-49 demographic.
The "Devious Maids" Season 4 ratings was lower than the Season 3 ratings at 0.46 or 1.36 million viewers. As most viewers know, the future of a show greatly lies on its ratings and support from fans and viewers.
Even executive producer Sabrina Wind seemed unsure of the future of "Devious Maids" Season 5 during an interview with TV Line. According to the showrunner, there are still no updates from Lifetime with regards to the cancellation or renewal of the show.
Should "Devious Maids" Season 5 become a reality, however, Wind teased that Dani's father will return back to Carmen's life. Fans and viewers will also see what happened to Marisol since part of the possible upcoming season will center on that storyline.
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