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Lifetime has put together a couple of Unauthorized Story TV movies at this point, and they haven’t exactly been known for wonderful acting or accurate behind-the-scenes plotlines. Here's what Candace Cameron Bure thought of the cabler's portrayal of the show.
Lifetime movies have developed a non-phenomenal reputation over the years, and the most recent Lifetime original movie, The Unauthorized Full House Story, has attracted a great deal of controversy and concern, but the higher ups at Lifetime seem happy with the attention.
While Lifetime’s Full House biography may not get all of the details right, it does reveal how John Stamos managed to change the name name of his character on Full House and thus reinvent the character.
I’m not embarrassed to say that one of my most anticipated flicks of the year is Lifetime’s The Unauthorized Full House Story. Yes, seriously. And the first clip from the TV movie is ridiculous enough to warrant my jubilation.
On Wednesday, the network announced they will be airing two more of these types of programs this fall. Ladies and gentlemen, get ready for The Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90210 Story and the formerly greenlighted The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story.
As more and more of television shifts to add an online streaming component eventually everybody is going to be involved. This means that sometimes you get major announcements that may change the face of television forever, like HBO offering a stand alone service that does not require a cable subscription. Other times, you get announcements like Lifetime movies now being available on your iPhone.
A mere two weeks after it announced a tell-all about Beverly Hills 90210 was coming in the future, Lifetime is now going to get into the nitty gritty behind the more adult-skewing Fox primetime soap Melrose Place. All hail Heather Locklear lookalikes.
Made-for-TV movies like Whitney and others have been major ratings winners, prompting Lifetime to take even more stabs at new programming. Today, the network announced it will be reworking the popular flick The Bad Seed.
Lifetime occasionally puts together TV movies that get a lot of buzz, and the high-profile flick A Deadly Adoption was certainly one of those. Starring SNL alums Will Ferrell and Kristin Wiig, the Lifetime original movie had plenty of buzz.
The latest series to get the Lifetime "true story" treatment is the hit teen soap Beverly Hills 90210. You win all the free food from the Peach Pit if you guessed it’ll be called The Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210 Story.
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.