Lifetime Review: 'Fatal Fiancé'
While she's spent much of her life traveling the world, food writer Leah Mitchell (Brittany Underwood) is finally ready to settle down after meeting the man of her dreams. Handsome and charming, Mark Pfeiffer (Greg Perrow) seems to be everything Leah could ask for. With her wedding day approaching, things should be like a fairytale for Leah. And they are...until Leah is suddenly attacked by an unknown woman, demanding she not marry Mark. After describing her assailant to her fiancé, Mark identifies the woman as Faith (Camila Banus), his ex-girlfriend who was institutionalized for psychiatric issues that cropped up during their relationship.
Interview With a Lifetime Star: Emily Alabi
Trevor Wells: Hello Emily! Thank you for taking the time to talk with me. So to start from the beginning, what first got you interested in acting? I see your first IMDB-recorded role was in a show from my childhood: Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide.
Interview With a Lifetime Star: Mea Wilkerson
Trevor Wells: Hello Mea! Thanks again for taking the time to talk with me. So, to begin with, let's go back to the beginning: what first drew you to acting?
Lifetime Review: 'Kidnapped in Paradise'
With her work having been keeping her away from her family so often, Savannah Duke-Morgan (Claire van der Boom) is looking forward to their upcoming family vacation. The destination? Koala Bay Nature Resort, an idyllic vacation spot on the Gold Coast of Australia where she was born. Surrounded by natural beauty and staying in a luxurious villa, Savannah hopes the trip will allow her to reconnect with her husband Brad (Todd Lasance) and daughter Aria (Molly Wright).
Interview With a Lifetime Star: Langi Tuifua
Trevor Wells: Thank you for the interview opportunity, Langi! Always nice to talk to a new face on the Lifetime circuit. Let's start with the basics: when and how did you become interested in acting? I was surprised to learn while writing my review of The Christmas Edition that you were previously a footballer.
Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Real Estate Agent'
Julie Fields (Vivica A. Fox) couldn't have had better luck with her new home. A beautiful house being rented to her at a reduced price by her friend, fellow realtor Charles Milton (Andres Londono), Julie thinks it could be the start of a new beginning for her and her daughter Maddie (Alaya Lee Walton). But as she's trying to get adjusted to her new digs, strange things begin to disturb Julie. Unexplainable sounds around the house, belongings of hers going missing, and other happenings.
Film Review: 'Midnight at the Magnolia'
Maggie Quinn (Natalie Hall) and Jack Russo (Evan Williams) have literally known each other their entire lives. They grew up together as childhood friends, with their families having always been close thanks to their fathers co-owning The Magnolia, a local jazz club. And now, Maggie and Jack are themselves business partners in a way, giving relationship advice for a local radio show. With the new year around the corner, Maggie and Jack's producer Deb (Alison Brooks) gives them some great news: they're being considered for national syndication. Hoping to impress their potential new boss, Maggie and Jack agree to Deb's suggestion they do a New Year's Eve special--during which they'll introduce their significant others to their families.
Film Review: 'The Christmas Edition'
Jackie Evans (Carly Hughes) has always been a hard worker with her eye set on the prize. A journalist for the Sunshine Chronicle in San Diego, Jackie is hoping that all her dedication and talent will earn her a promotion to news editor. But to Jackie's dismay, her aspirations end up being for naught when Melanie Dower (Marie Osmond)--the CEO of media conglomerate Dower Media--suddenly purchases Sunshine Chronicle. Despite Jackie's skills and the high praises of her boss, Melanie believes she doesn't have the skills required of an editor, instead only offering Jackie a position as a staff reporter. Stunned and unwilling to take such a demotion, Jackie quits.