LOS ANGELES – The “Desperate Housewives” of Wisteria Lane might want to get their affairs in order.

According to a person familiar with ABC’s plans for the drama, next season will be its last. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the network and producers hadn’t authorized public comment.

ABC, which is scheduled to discuss its fall schedule at a news conference Sunday, declined comment.

“Desperate Housewives,” a glossy prime-time soap opera with an ensemble cast including Terri Hatcher and Eva Longoria, made a pop-culture and ratings splash when it premiered in 2004 but has seen its audience dwindle. There’s been off-screen drama as well, with former cast member Nicolette Sheridan suing over her departure.

Its creator, Marc Cherry, isn’t returning to produce next season’s episodes of “Desperate Housewives.”

Star gets threats in email, video

NEW YORK – A New York City woman faces charges that she sent threatening emails and videos to a website dedicated to the French actress Marion Cotillard.

FBI agents say in a court filing that Teresa Yuan sent a series of spooky messages in July that included ramblings about wanting to play Russian roulette with the actress.

In another video she says she would feel no regret “after it happens” because “that’s apparently how it feels to be a killer.” On one recording, she hisses and growls at the camera.

Yuan faces a charge of interstate stalking. Her lawyer, Michael Schneider, told The New York Daily News he wouldn’t comment on the case.

Cotillard won an Oscar for her role as Edith Piaf in “La Vie en Rose.”

Sunny news for ‘Philadelphia’

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – The FX network is picking up two more seasons of its veteran comedy “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”

FX president John Landgraf announced Saturday that the series, about slackers running a Philadelphia bar, will be back for an eighth and ninth season, with an option for a 10th season.

This makes “Sunny” the longest-running live-action comedy in basic cable history, Landgraf said.

“Sunny” stars Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton and Danny DeVito.

The series will begin airing its seventh season on Sept 15.

FX is also renewing “Louie,” starring standup comic Louis C.K., for a third season, and its new comedy, “Wilfred,” about a man and his human dog, for a second season.

The announcements were made at the conference of the Television Critics Association.