Eva Longoria

"Flamin' Hot" tells the rags-to-riches story of Richard Montañez, but is the tale more unsavory than it seems?
The "Desperate Housewives" star came under fire for saying that Latina women were the "real heroines" of the election.
My parents "didn't give me a million dollars to start a business," the actor said after the Democrats were assailed for having a celebrity host at the DNC.
"You literally elected a Reality TV star to be the President," one critic shot back at the Republican senator.
Longoria spills the tea on some behind-the-scenes drama while defending Huffman’s character.
More than 200 Latino leaders signed the letter, urging Latinx community members and allies to "demand dignity and justice" against racist rhetoric and attacks.
"Dora and the Lost City of Gold," starring Isabela Moner and Eva Longoria, is slated for release on Aug. 2.