Pregnancy Pact -- Inspired by the true story of teenagers at Gloucester High School in Massachusetts who agreed to get pregnant at the same time.
The Wronged Man -- Janet Gregory (Ormond), a single mother with a haunting past, is a paralegal struggling to overcome doubts about Calvin Willis (Ali), an African-American husband and father wrongfully accused of raping a neighborhood girl. Eventually convinced of his innocence, Janet takes Calvin s pro bono case and wages a dramatic and stormy 22-year battle with the justice system that ultimately redeems an unjustly accused man and cements a life-long friendship.
Based on a true story, Gaby Rodriguez (Alexa Vega) is the brave 18-year-old high school student who forces her school and community to confront its preconceptions about teen pregnancy. When Gaby chooses stereotyping for her senior project, she decides to experience it firsthand. Confiding in her mother (Judy Reyes), her boyfriend (Walter Perez) and a handful of others, Gaby begins her social experiment in which she tells her friends, family and teachers that she is pregnant. While her fake baby bump continues to grow, she carefully records how she is treated and what is being said about her--for better and for worse--both in and out of school. With her project's findings conclusive, Gaby emotionally addresses her fellow students and their teachers about stereotyping and teen pregnancy during a special school assembly and then shocks them by ripping off her "baby bump," revealing she was never pregnant at all and teaching them a valuable lesson.
From Ann Rule's book and starring John Corbett and Sara Canning, this Lifetime Original Movie is based on the haunting true story of the year-long manhunt for a killer suspected of murdering 14 victims and committing numerous sexual assaults up and down the I-5 highway corridor through California, Washington and Oregon. As Detective Dave Kominek (Corbett) starts to discover similarities in the cases, the more he becomes determined to prove the seemingly unrelated killings are the work of one man. As the case unfolds and more victims come to light, a shocking twist comes into play--could the sadistic mass murderer possibly be a handsome, all-American athlete?
This is the fictional story of two very different 15-year-old girls, one caught up in her first love, betrayed when the relationship turns violent; the other engaging in increasingly risky behavior, and striking out against the hypocrisy of the media-obsessed culture around her. Elizabeth is the seemingly perfect girl with the perfect boyfriend, raised by loving parents in a middle class home. Kelli lives with her single mom who is at her wits end with her rebellious daughter. When Kelli starts to suspect that Elizabeth may be in an abusive relationship, no one will take her seriously, not even Elizabeth. But when Elizabeth finally lands in the hospital, it's Kelli's surprising insights into the causes for her and her cousin's behavior that leads to Elizabeth's final release from her relationship. Jane Kaczmarek, Kim Dickens, Nick Thurston and Rebecca Williams star.