Yes, they are cheesy and trashy, but my friend Sarah and I are crazy for Lifetime movies. Here are five of our current top favorites. What's the best one you've seen?
Tori Spelling and Kellie Martin star in "Death of a Cheerleader", based on a true story.
Ever wanted to kill the most popular girl in school? Cool! Then this movie is for you!
A Friend to Die For (also known as Death of a Cheerleader in the UK and during Lifetime television airings) is a 1994 American TV movie based on Randall Sullivan's Rolling Stone magazine article about the real-life murder of a popular fifteen-year old cheerleader at Miramonte High Schooll, Kristen Costas, by her jealous and less popular classmate, Bernadette Protti in 1984.
'Death of a Cheerleader' was the highest-rated TV movie of 1994. It might've been a slow year for TV movies.
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'She's Too Young' boasts the Classic Lifetime Teen Trifecta: Teen sex, underage drinking, and cyber-bullying. It is literally the pinnacle Lifetime Mom Movie in that its sole purpose is get moms hysterical about what their teens are doing when they're not looking. It also sports some notable faces: Academy Award Winner Marcia Gray Harden, Miriam McDonald (of 'Degrassi: Next Generation' fame), and Alexis Dziena ('Nick & Nora's Infinite Playlist')
She's Too Young featuring Natalie Jose, Marlena Rodriguez and more
Get ready for the most unrealistic portrayal of the teen experience imaginable!
We have a confession: we kind of love Lifetime movies. Sure, they're cheesy and mostly only meant for consumption on sick days, but they're great!
James Franco is set to remake the 1996 Tori Spelling telepic “Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?” for Lifetime, the cable network announced Monday. The retelling of the critically-panned cult classic will coincide with the original TV movie’s 20th anniversary. Though no premiere date has been set, Franco’s remake will air on Lifetime sometime next year.
The greatest gems from the network that sets the crazy bar high, then goes way over the top of it.
A Deadly Adoption is a 2015 American made for television dramatic-thriller parody film directed by Rachel Lee Goldenberg and written by Andrew Steele. The film aired on the Lifetime Network on June 20, 2015. It stars Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig and Jessica Lowndes.
While many assumed that this movie would be a Lifetime parody, the brilliance was that Ferrell and Wiig played it totally straight (save for a few ridiculous easter eggs scattered throughout the film)
A Deadly Adoption Official Trailer - 2015 Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig Lifetime TV Drama
Like a handsome, rich boyfriend turned evil after marriage, even Lifetime can surprise with a few legitimately good TV movies.
Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life is an original Lifetime television movie which was first broadcast on June 20, 2005. It was directed by Tom McLoughlin and written by Wesley Bishop and Richard Kletter. The movie stars Jeremy Sumpter, Kelly Lynch, and Lyndsy Fonseca. It is now available on DVD. It is not based on a true story. - Wikipedia
Can a porn addiction ruin your life...maybe even KILL you? According to this movie, it COULD!
trailer for cyber seduction.
Bet Kelly Lynch never saw this being the next step in her career after starring in 'Drugstore Cowboy'...
Lifetime movies list, including all Lifetime Original movies and LMN films. What are the best Lifetime Movies? Every Lifetime Network movie produced or distributed ...
The 10 best Lifetime drama movies keep you on the edge of your as you wonder what happens next. Although Lifetime movies are geared towards the female audience, men ...
The latest in Lifetime Movie Network’s popular “Perfect”-themed thrillers follows spoiled and beautiful high-school student Devon Cory (Megan Park), who always gets what she wants. This time, she wants her handsome math teacher, Jim Wilkes (David Charvet), and when Devon sets her sights on the recent divorcé, she makes every effort to insinuate herself into all aspects of his life, including coming between him and his girlfriend Rachel (Boti Bliss). As Devon’s obsession with Jim grows, it becomes clear she won’t take no for an answer and will stop at nothing to secure his affections. Unfortunately for Jim, it might be too late before he realizes that Devon is hardly the perfect student he thought she was.
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The latest in Lifetime Movie Network’s popular “Perfect”-themed thrillers
I love watching Tori Spelling, Tracey Gold, and Kellie Martin repeatedly lose their shit to a faux-grunge guitar soundtrack.