Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Prince Charming'
Anna Fortner (Cristine Prosperi) is the in-house counsel and vice president of a real estate agency, and she and her boss Bridget Davis (Vivica A. Fox) are ecstatic over their latest project. Prince Edward of Devonshire (James Nitti) is interested in investing with one of their hotel properties, and if all goes well, it'll be the agency's most lucrative deal yet. Upon meeting Edward and his business associate Liam (Jonathan Stoddard), Anna and Bridget are further convinced things will be smooth sailing. Both men are knowledgeable in business, and as Anna works closely with Edward to finalize their deal, the pair begin an unexpected romance.
Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Mr. Right'
Having moved back home to work and save money for grad school, Jessica Johnson (Anna Marie Dobbins) still can't get over the surprise she got with her homecoming. Not only does her divorced mother Tracy (Krista Allen) have a new boyfriend, but she's invited him to move in only six months into their relationship. And while Paul (Rib Hillis) has completely swept Tracy off her feet, Jessica makes no secret of her distrust of the new man in her mother's life.
Film Review: 'All Joking Aside'
Charlene "Charlie" Murray (Raylene Harewood) has always dreamed of becoming a stand-up comedian. But her first open mic night is marred by a rowdy patron, who wrecks Charlie's already meager confidence bad enough to send her running off-stage. What Charlie doesn't learn until later from club owner Dennis (Richard Lett) is that her heckler was none other than Bob Carpenter (Brian Markinson), a formerly popular stand-up comic before an onstage meltdown sent him falling off the map. Impressed by Bob's abilities, Charlie sets out to take him on as her mentor.
Film Review: 'The Christmas Setup'
A hard-working New York lawyer striving for a promotion, Hugo Spencer (Ben Lewis) is using his Christmas break to return home to Milwaukee to visit family. Joining him is his lifelong best friend Madelyn "Maddie" McKay (Ellen Wong), with both receiving a warm welcome from Hugo's forever chipper mother Kate (Fran Drescher). As Hugo, Maddie, and Hugo's army brother Aiden (Chad Connell) get roped into helping Kate with their town's upcoming Christmas Eve festival, Hugo is suddenly reunited with Patrick Ryan (Blake Lee), a classmate from high school.
Lifetime Review: 'Baby Monitor Murders'
This summer, things aren't exactly going according to plan for college student and aspiring musician Cassie Temple (Natalie Sharp). With her Los Angeles music internship canceled, she'll have to settle for going home to her Washington hometown of Apple Springs for the break. It's after a chance encounter with Chloe Paine (Nicole LaPlaca) that Cassie lands herself a job babysitting for her six-year-old daughter Becca (Emma Oliver). At first, the gig couldn't be better, with Cassie quickly bonding with Becca and becoming friendly with Chloe and her husband Tom (Jon Cor).
Lifetime Review: 'The Nanny Murders'
With an Ivy League degree fresh under her belt, Jamie Kassman (Mia Topalian) is certain she's ready to take the business world by storm. But throughout her job search, Jamie is discouraged to find no employer is willing to hire someone fresh out of university with no experience. Just when things seem hopeless for Jamie, a big job opportunity falls into her lap: a nanny job for Walton Page (Coby Ryan McLaughlin), the billionaire businessman and philanthropist who Jamie has always idolized. Charmed by Walton's kindness to her and quickly bonding with his daughters Madison and Gwenny (AnaSofia Bianchi and Scarlett Fernandez), Jamie feels like she's found the perfect stepping stone for her career.
Lifetime Review: 'Obsessed With the Babysitter'
After an injury cost her a chance at a prestigious New York dance company, Elaine Davidson (Kristen Vaganos) is ecstatic when she learns she has the chance to finally have her audition now that she's recovered. During that time, Elaine has been babysitting Lilly and Mackenzie Cartwright (Hannah Aniela and Lyla Emerson Booker), the children of Silvia Cartwright (Dominique Swain). While her dance career has been on hold, Elaine has grown fond of taking care of the girls and is on friendly terms with both Silvia and Adrian (Simon Haycock), Silvia's psychiatrist husband and the children's stepfather.
Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Fiancé'
While Abby Johnson (Jessica Morris) has been finding success in her rising photography career, her romantic life is a completely different story. Since breaking off her engagement to the possessive Richard Atkins (Jason-Shane Scott), he's been calling nonstop and harassing her in an attempt to get her back. Deciding she needs to get out of the city to clear her head, Abby takes up her editor Charlotte's (Vivica A. Fox) offer to rent out a past client's house in Kingston Bluff to work on a real estate photography project. Soon after getting settled into her temporary home, Abby slowly starts to unwind as she begins an unexpected romance with local bartender Logan Curtis (Justin Schwan).