Eva Longoria is “All About Love.”
The divorced “Desperate Housewives” star is channeling her real-life heartbreak into a new reality show.
She’s developing a primetime dating show for NBC, according to The New York Post, that coaches single ladies around the country who’ve been unlucky in love or endured ugly splits.
Longoria has recruited celebrity matchmakers Amber Kelleher and Steve Ward (of VH1′s “Tough Love”) for the series, tentatively titled “All About Love,” which begins production next month.
“It’s designed to help real women get back into the dating pool,” a source tells Us Weekly. “They’ve chosen single women and single mothers — women who have been through a series of heartaches and battles in life and have all but given up on finding one true love,” the source adds.
Longoria, 37, went through a painful, public divorce from NBA star Tony Parker in 2010, after discovering her husband was exchanging hundreds of inappropriate text messages with another woman — the couples’ close friend, Erin Barry.
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