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.
In the five or so years since Aubrey Plaza first became a household name to TV (and Mystery Team) viewers, she has turned “looking surly” into an acting lifestyle. Most prevalently displayed in her role of the meh-infused April Ludgate on NBC’s Parks and Recreation, Plaza’s talents for acting as if she doesn’t give a shit have been peppered into her other projects as well. But now her true test will come
We've known for months now that Lifetime had plans to bring two more Flowers in the Attic sequels to the small screen. Today comes word that If There Be Thorns is officially a go, and once again, a number of roles have been recast. Find out who's playing who and what to expect from the TV movie ahead...
It’s a post-Sharknado world, but a TV movie doesn’t need for murderous animals and weather patterns to co-mingle in order to be enjoyable. Sometimes all it takes is fake Lark Voorhies taking time from her rooftop picnic to talk about how Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t celebrate Christmas.
For Lifetime's next trip into the celeb-macabre, the network is turning to actress Brittany Murphy, who passed away in 2009. She’s the subject of the TV movie The Brittany Murphy Story, the first scripted project looking back at the performer’s life, and it’s already set to make its debut on Saturday, September 6.
To the classic grooves of Bel Biv Devoe’s “Poison,” the cast of Saved by the Bell comes together for a photo shoot that could possibly end in either tears or blood. Or both.
Angela Bassett isn’t the first person we might expect to see directing a TV movie. Nonetheless, her Whitney Houston biopic seems to really be getting off the ground, with Yaya DaCosta in the lead role. This week, Lifetime premiered the first picture of DaCosta glammed out like Whitney Houston, and the similarities are pretty passable
Lifetime isn't done mining popular book series from yesteryear for original projects. Except in the case of Jean Auel's Clan of the Cave Bear series, the story is being developed for a TV pilot rather than a TV movie.
Lifetime’s upcoming Aaliyah: Princess of R&B biopic is no longer so up or coming. On Monday, news broke that the young actress tapped to play the R&B star in the project, Zendaya, has dropped the role. Production on the Lifetime Original Movie is currently on hold at the network.
Taken from King's surprisingly grim 2010 collection Full Dark, No Stars, Big Driver centers on Tess Thorne (Bello), a highly popular thriller writer who has a long drive ahead of her following a book signing.
When you wake up in the morning, there’s no possible alarm that can give out the kind of warning that is necessary to hear this story. Lifetime has recently been busy rebranding themselves as something more than just a women-in-trouble network, and they’re reaching out to a wide irony-embracing audience with The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story.
Lifetime is gearing up for an upcoming original movie about the short and tragic rise to fame for R&B star Aaliyah, and they didn’t have to look very far to find their star. Pop musician and child star Zendaya has been tapped to take the lead in Aaliyah: Princess of R&B, which is set to air later this year.