After seasoning herself in a number of guest starring roles on television, actress Teri Hatcher gained widespread attention and good notices for her portrayal of a very modern Lois Lane on the popular reimagining "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (ABC, 1993-97). Prior to her breakthrough performance on that show, Hatcher had a recurring role on "MacGyver" (ABC, 1985-1992) while logging episodes on shows like "Quantum Leap" (NBC, 1989-1993) and "Murphy Brown" (CBS, 1988-1998) while also making a memorable impression as a woman whose breasts may or may not be real on a notable episode of "Seinfeld" (NBC, 1989-1998). She also starred in a number of features, though often in forgettable big screen offerings like "Brain Smasher: A Love Story" (1993) and "All Tied Up" (1994). Following a villainous turn in the James Bond flick "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997), Hatcher was without a show when "Lois & Clark" left the air after only four seasons. She bounced around with more guest starring appearances and roles in films like "Fever" (1999) and "Spy Kids" (2001) before making a triumphant return to series television as one of five "Desperate Housewives" (ABC, 2004-12). Though she won a Golden Globe after the first season, beating out three other housewives also nominated, Hatcher saw her role on the show diminishing in value until a revamp following season four helped give the series a boost and maintained Hatcher as a formidable leading presence.