Lifetime Review: 'The Price of Fitting In'
At her old school, Charlie Cunningham (Elizabeth Adams) went down a bad path and ended up a pariah among her classmates. But now that she's clean of drugs and getting counseling, Charlie's mother Amber (Lora Burke) decides to move her to a new school for a fresh start. And aside from residential mean girl Lexi (Alicia Rosario) taking an immediate dislike for her, it initially looks like Bridgemond will be just the place for Charlie to start over as she joins the robotics club and strikes up a friendship with the kind-hearted Matt (Kadrian Enyia).
Lifetime Review: 'Imperfect High'
In the midst of her junior year, high schooler Hanna Brooks (Nia Sioux) gets some unexpected news: her mother Deborah (Sherri Shepherd) has received a job promotion that will require them to move to Chicago. Upset at leaving her home and all her friends behind, Hanna struggles to adjust to the city and her new school. That new school is none other than Lakewood High, the same school that was rocked by the death of popular student Riley Taft--the result of a heroin overdose after her friends' habit of doing drugs together resulted in her developing an ill-fated addiction.
Lifetime Review: 'Perfect High'
At Lakewood High, Amanda Walker (Bella Thorne) has a lot going for her. A shining star on Lakewood's Rhythm Chasers dance team, Amanda is thrilled when she learns that her squad has been invited to an exclusive audition. But this ambitious high schooler's life quickly changes when she injures her knee during a pep rally performance. This attracts the attention of classmate Riley Taft (Daniela Bobadilla), who asks for some of the pain killers Amanda was prescribed. Amanda obliges, and it's a decision that ends up drawing her into Riley's friend circle, which consists of Riley's brother Carson (Israel Broussard) and her boyfriend Nate (Ross Butler).
Interview With a Lifetime Star: Noah Fearnley
Trevor Wells: Hello Noah! So glad you could take the time to speak with me. I enjoyed The Wrong Cheer Captain and was hoping to pick your brain a little. Let's go back to the beginning: from my research, I see that prior to your move into the entertainment industry, you were into athletics. What was that like and what inspired you to go into acting/modeling?
Lifetime Review: 'Webcam Cheerleaders'
Maisy Martin (Joelle Farrow) was stunned when she learned about the death of her twin sister Amelia. Having been close to her sister her whole life, Maisy can't accept the belief that Amelia's death was a suicide. Transferring to Vanderton University and joining Amelia's cheer team, Maisy hopes to find some answers as to why her sister was so secretive before her death. The claims that Amelia suffered from depression and couldn't handle the pressure of school and cheer don't sit right with Maisy, so she begins investigating the squad to see what else her sister was involved with before she died.
Lifetime Review: 'Cheer for Your Life'
Having been cheering together for years, Cindy Braverman (Grace Patterson) and her best friend Allison Regan (Marisa Lynae Hampton) thought getting onto the senior cheer team would be a dream come true. But to become a "Queen Bee," Cindy and Allison have to go through Initiation Week. While Cindy and her mother Meg (Allison McAtee) initially think the hazing will be a harmless rite of passage, it quickly proves to be much more than Cindy imagined. Whether it be through grueling exercises or humiliating stunts, Fiona Sparks (Anna Belle Bailey) and her fellow cheerleaders take great pleasure out of pushing their recruits to the limit.
Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Cheer Captain'
Kate Taylor (Alexis Samone) wasn't surprised when her best friend Emma Rogers (Claire Tablizo) was chosen to be captain of their school's cheer team. A motivated and friendly cheerleader, Emma would've been the perfect person to lead the team. What does come as a surprise is when a pool party ends with Emma being found dead. When it's revealed that Emma died of an overdose, the police and Kate's mother Carol (Vivica A. Fox) come to believe Emma either took the drugs herself or had them slipped in her drink by her boyfriend Shane (Noah Fearnley). But Kate knows her friends and she knows the truth: Emma was murdered.
Lifetime Review: 'Pom Poms and Payback'
With her senior year nearing a close, Sharlene Davenport (Shaylaren Hilton) is on top of the world alongside her friends Jessie and Annabelle (Le'Priesh Roman and Jazlyn Nicolette Sward). But that joy turns to pain the night of the Senior Ball when all three girls are seemingly betrayed by their boyfriends. Devastated and bitter, the girls turn to their cheer coach Denise Evergreen (Emily Killian) for advice. Convinced by Denise that getting back at their boyfriends will do their broken hearts good, Sharlene and her friends put their heads together to plan the perfect revenge.