ABC wants to take another trip down Wisteria Lane, but it's going to cost them.
'Desperate Housewives' stars Eva Longoria, Marcia Cross and Felicity Huffman are demanding pay increases, Bloomberg News reports. Right now, the three are pulling in $400,000 per episode.
Their co-star, Terri Hatcher, has already signed a new contract, says The Hollywood Reporter.
"There are a lot of moving parts, but we have ambitions to pick it up," Paul Lee, ABC Entertainment's President said this week at a press conference. "We expect to get the agreements in place but it just hasn't happened yet."
The ladies have earned the big payday -- 'Housewives' is ABC's most watched scripted show, with over 13 million viewers on average.
One former lady of Wisteria is gone and not happy about it -- in April, Nicollette Sheridan filed suit for wrongful termination against the show's producers.
For more, click over to Bloomberg News.