Actress Eva Longoria insists that though she loves doing both TV and films, she would not do another TV show after Desperate Housewives, as she wants to focus on acting in mainstream movies.
The 31-year-old, who made her debut in Hollywood opposite Michael Douglas in The Sentinel earlier this year, now wants to fully concentrate on her career in Hollywood, and hence is not interested in another TV project after the US hit TV show comes to an end.
"I would never leave Desperate Housewives. I love doing both (TV and film), but I would never do another TV show after Desperate Housewives," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.
Longoria, who is currently romancing basketball player Toni Parker, is at present filming the third season of the show and manages to find time to make films on the side.
However, she will soon be seen in director Jeff Lowell's upcoming film How I Met My Boyfriend's Dead Fiancee, that is due for release in 2007.