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When someone sits down to take in a Lifetime Original movie, he or she probably expects to see things like salacious motivations, dubious male characters and females in trouble. And A DeadlyAdoption hits all of those things on the head.
Former Saturday Night Live stars Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig are making a fascinatingly odd return to the small screen for the heightened Lifetime drama A Deadly Adoption, which now has its first teaser trailer. I can't wait, I think.
There are so many words and feelings and bile-uprisings that this picture inspires, and I’d be lying if I said it makes me not want to watch Lifetime's The Unauthorized Full House Story. Because now, all I want to do is watch this movie!
While the concept of “Will they?/Won’t they?” is normally reserved for two characters on the cusp of romantic entanglement, it's been recently applied to the Lifetime movie A Deadly Adoption from Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig. And hey, it's real!
We’re all aware by now – even the Olsen twins – that Netflix is going into full-fledged Tanner mode with their upcoming revival series Fuller House. But some out there would rather look back than forward, such as Lifetime.
the cabler announced it had picked up Grace of Monaco, a movie starring Nicole Kidman. That’s right, the well-known Australian actress is now headed to Lifetime, too, not that she has much say about it.
In a story that has all the makings of a fantastic April Fools’ joke but an even better real-life TV event, it appears as if two of the funniest people on the planet have teamed up for a project on one of the least self-aware networks on the dial.
Is there a clause in Disney contracts that states its former stars must one day take career paths that are in complete contrast to a squeaky clean image? One of the networks more recent starlets is gearing up to portray a heroin addict on the small screen.
We’re still scratching our heads over the fact that Lifetime is planning on turning the classic novel The Clan of the Cave Bear into a TV pilot. But even if we never understand it probably, at least now we know who to picture in the lead role.
Lifetime premiered another of its made-for-TV movies this weekend. This time it was a flick focusing on diva singer Whitney Houston during her marriage to R&B star Bobby Brown. The Yaya DeCosta and Arlen Escapeta starrer took some criticism before it aired, but that may have only helped the ratings for Whitney.
It looks like Watchmen’s “The Comedian” is taking on the role of a baseball God. That’s right, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is ready to put on his cleats and play a famous baseball player in an upcoming miniseries. He's joining an already impressive cast.
Ever wondered how Grumpy Cat would sound with a human voice? Lifetime thinks it would be a lot like Aubrey Plaza.
A good way to let a woman know that she’s beautiful is to just be straight up and tell her. A more extravagant way to do it is to cast her as Marilyn Monroe in a biographical miniseries, which Lifetime is able to do.
Lifetime is taking another stab at Lizzie Borden. This week, the cable network announced that it will produce a 6-episode limited series based on the life of the woman acquitted for killing her mom and dad. The new series is rolling with the title Lizzie Borden: The Fall River Chronicles.
Thankfully, Big Driver is one of the better Stephen King adaptaitons, with Maria Bello bearing the brunt of this story on her bruised shoulders. Not a movie where you’re meant to keep guessing who the “killer” is, this is one where every road leads to palpable dread.