The morning show wars may soon be heading to Lifetime. The cable network is looking at adapting Top of the Morning, based on the book of the same name by former New York Times reporter Brian Stelter, into a two-hour TV movie.
The book follows the cutthroat world of morning TV, where ABC's Good Morning America has recently surged while NBC's Today has stumbles in the wake of several missteps — in particular, the messy departure of co-anchor Ann Curry. Also likely to be addressed: GMA anchor Robin Roberts' battle with cancer and triumphant return to the show.
Witches of East End
Witches of East End has officially cast its spell on Lifetime.
The freshman drama has been renewed for a second season, Lifetime announced Friday.
"With its great storytelling and amazing cast, Witches of East End is leading a full-blown...
Mason Dye, Kiernan Shipka
The first trailer for Lifetime's highly-anticipated remake of Flowers in the Attic is here, and indicates that Flowers may set a new standard for Lifetime movies.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Lifetime has axed Jennifer Love Hewitt's rub-and-tug drama The Client List after two seasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The series was based on the 2010 Lifetime TV movie of the same name, in which Hewitt played Samantha Horton, a former Texas beauty queen and a mother of three who becomes a prostitute to make ends meet after she and her husband lose their jobs. The film was based on the...
Lifetime has canceled Army Wives after seven seasons, the network announced Tuesday.
Because the series was not renewed for an eighth season, Lifetime has decided to put together a two-hour retrospective special with castmembers that will honor the series. The special will air...