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Originally published Sunday, July 7, 2013 at 5:31 AM

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Sunday TV Picks: ‘Devious Maids’ on Lifetime

TV picks for Sunday, July 7, 2013, include “Devious Maids” on Lifetime, “Whodunnit?” on ABC and “Crossing Lines” on NBC.

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‘Devious Maids’

This new comic soap feels a lot like a Beverly Hills version of “Desperate Housewives.” That’s no surprise since both Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria are executive producers. Ana Ortiz (“Ugly Betty”), Dania Ramirez (“Entourage”), Roselyn Sánchez (“Without a Trace”), Edy Ganem (“Livin’ Loud”) and Judy Reyes (“Scrubs”) play the titular maids, who, like the “Housewives,” bond together when one of their own dies mysteriously. 10 p.m. Sunday on Lifetime (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Doug Knoop, Seattle Times staff dknoop@seattletimes.com or on Twitter @dougknoop

Also on Sunday

“MLB Baseball,” 10 a.m. (ROOT): Seattle Mariners at Cincinnati Reds (Live).

“Secrets of Althorp — The Spencers,” 8 p.m. (KCTS): Earl Spencer, brother of Princess Diana, gives a personal tour of Althorp, their childhood home, where 19 generations of Spencers have lived for centuries.

“Whodunnit?,” 9 p.m. (ABC): As the 10 remaining guests attempt to solve the latest murder, suspicion and tension among them leads to more alliances and backstabbing

“The Killing,” 9 p.m. (AMC): Holder and Sarah get a break in the case; Seward clashes with death; Bullet becomes a protector.

“Crossing Lines,” 10 p.m. (NBC): A shocking secret is revealed when an abandoned car leads Sebastian and the team to Poland; Eva and Tommy wind up in danger while undercover.

“Food Court Wars,” 10 p.m. (Food): Retirees Mary and Thomas face off against best friends Erika and Stevo in a Southern cooking battle.

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