London (ANI): American actress Teri Hatcher has slammed the producers of hit US TV series Desperate Housewives after they did away with the role of her screen daughter. Former Bond girl Hatcher, who stars as disaster-prone Susan Mayer in the TV series, admits that she was even more upset when she realized that no going away party had been organized for Andrea Bowen, the youngster who played her on screen daughter.
"This is a decision I have nothing to do with and I don't support," Daily Express quoted the 43-year-old as speaking out against the sacking. When the final take of her role, as Julie Mayer being sent off to university was over, 18-year-old Bowen collapsed in tears into Hatcher's arms. Hatcher immediately threw together an on-set party for the going away girl.
"I told the producers to get a cake and some flowers," she said. "I love and adore Andrea. I have done the majority of my work with her for four years. I've watched her grow up. "I can't begin to tell you how impossibly hard it is for me to think of her not being there," she added.