A deranged gunman takes aim at the maids during Rosie and Spence’s wedding, leaving everyone to wonder who will survive. In the wake of this tragedy, the women lean on each other like never before, even as they face complex problems in their own lives. Zoila ponders her next steps after discovering that she is pregnant and uncertain who the father may be. Carmen realizes there is more than meets the eye to the charming Sebastien. Meanwhile, Valentina and Remi struggle to connect in the aftermath of the shooting; Marisol’s aspirations lead her to a surprising career change; and Blanca, a new maid in the neighborhood, lands a job with a seemingly picture-perfect family, but soon discovers a terrible secret that could change her life forever.
For a breakdown of the characters' appearances, check here.
- Ana Ortiz - Marisol Suarez (13/13)
- Dania Ramirez - Rosie Westmore (13/13)
- Roselyn Sanchez - Carmen Luna (13/13)
- Judy Reyes - Zoila Diaz (13/13)
- Rebecca Wisocky - Evelyn Powell (11/13)
- Tom Irwin - Adrian Powell (10/13)
- Grant Show - Spence Westmore (10/13)
- Brianna Brown - Taylor Stappord (10/13)
- Brett Cullen - Michael Stappord (9/13)
- Gilles Marini - Sebastien Dussault (11/13)
- Cristián de la Fuente - Ernesto Falta (10/13)
- Nathan Owens - Jesse Morgan (9/13)
- and Susan Lucci - Genevieve Delatour (11/13)1
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- Grecia Merino - Katy Stappord (11/13)
- Alejandro Vera - Miguel Falta (9/13)
- John O'Hurley - Christopher Neff (7/13)
- Julie Claire - Gail Fleming (5/13)
- Issac Ryan Brown - Deion (4/13)
- Michelle Hurd - Jacklyn Dussault (4/13)
- Alec Mapa - Jerry (4/13)
- Joy Osmanski - Joy (4/13)
- Naya Rivera - Blanca Alvarez (4/13)
- Ivan Hernandez - Javier Mendoza (3/13)
- E. Roger Mitchell - Detective Figueroa (3/13)
- Edy Ganem - Valentina Diaz (2/13)
- Anne Holt - News Anchor (2/13)
- Valerie Mahaffey - Olivia Rice (2/13)
- Drew Van Acker - Remi Delatour (2/13)
- Deke Anderson - Rick Dresden (1/13)
- Alex Fernandez - Pablo Diaz (1/13)
- Mariana Klaveno - Peri Westmore (1/13)
|01||"Awakenings"||06||"She Done Him Wrong"||10||"Whiplash"|
|02||"From Here to Eternity"||07||"The Turning Point"||11||"Terms of Endearment"|
|03||"The Awful Truth"||08||"Cries and Whispers"||12||"Suspicion"|
|04||"Since You Went Away"||09||"Bad Girl"||13||"Anatomy of a Murder"|
|05||"The Talk of the Town"|
From Here to Eternity
The Awful Truth
Since You Went Away
The Talk of the Town
She Done Him Wrong
The Turning Point
Cries and Whispers
Terms of Endearment
Anatomy of a Murder
- Episode titles of this season are based off of Oscar movie titles.
- From this season on, Brian Tanen and Ric Swartzlander become co-showrunners, along with Marc Cherry.
- The background song for this season's promotional videos is "Lips Are Movin'" by Meghan Trainor.
- For the third season, the central main cast of characters was brought back with regular status with the sole exceptions of Edy Ganem (Valentina Diaz) and Drew Van Acker (Remi Delatour), both of which maintained recurring roles. Second season regulars, Mark Deklin (Nicholas Deering), Joanna P. Adler (Opal Sinclair), Dominic Adams (Tony Bishara), and Colin Woodell (Ethan Sinclair) were demoted as well, but did not reappear during the season. First season regulars, Brianna Brown (Taylor Stappord) and Brett Cullen (Michael Stappord) were re-promoted to the main cast, while Gilles Marini (Sebastien Dussault), Cristián de la Fuente (Ernesto Falta), and Nathan Owens (Jesse Morgan) joined as well.
Gallery of videos used to promote the season.
Gallery of photographic stills released to promote the season.