Lifetime has released the first five minutes of its upcoming Saved by the Bell expose, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, and it's exactly what you would expect. Well, except for one minor thing.
For his first TV venture, superstar romance novelist and screenwriter Nicholas Sparks (The Notebook, A Walk to Remember) saddles up to executive produce a Civil War Western with a feisty female in the crosshairs. The Lifetime movie (and backdoor pilot) Deliverance Creek (airing Saturday, Sept. 13 at 8/7c) stars Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under) as widowed mother Belle Gatlin Barlowe, who turns outlaw to protect her family and land from corrupt bankers.
It's finally here: Lifetime has released the first trailer for its upcoming Saved by the Bell expose, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story.
Brittany Murphy is the latest focus of Lifetime's posthumous biopic treatment. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Brittany Murphy Story will premiere on the network on Saturday, Sept. 6.
If you thought Lindsay Lohan as Liz Taylor was the worst Lifetime could do, you were sorely mistaken. The first clip of The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story has arrived and is set to spit on your childhood.
Scoop on returning fall shows
The sneak peek features the Saved by the Bell cast bickering during a photo shoot. Or at least, we're supposed to believe they're the cast. It's as though the casting directors didn't even try. (A blonde wig does not a Zack Morris make.) However, because of this — and the fact that Bell Biv Devoe's "Poison" plays almost in its entirely — the clip only makes us more excited to watch this train wreck.
Lifetime has big plans for Little Women: LA. The reality show, which documents the lives of a group of outgoing women who happen to be little, may now expand to other cities.
Whitney Houston's mother has expressed that the Houston family is not supporting Lifetime's upcoming biopic about the late singer, which stars Yaya DaCosta.
Currently titled Whitney Houston, the movie will focus on...
Nickelodeon star Alexandra Shipp has signed on to star in the already controversial Aaliyah made-for-TV movie.
Wendy Williams, one of the biopic's executive producers, tweeted the newsFriday: "I'm excited to exec produce the Aaliyah @lifetimetv movie w/ @DebraMChase. Prod starts later this month and @AlexShipppp will play Aaliyah."
Zendaya Coleman has dropped out of Lifteime's planned biopic of the late R&B singer Aaliyah, the network announced Sunday.
What would Bayside High be without its fearless leader? No, we're not talking about Zack Morris — although maybe we should be! We're talking about Mr. Richard Belding.
Psych alum Ken Tremblett has been cast as...
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