Dennis Haskins, Ken Tremblett
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...
It must be opposite day because Lifetime announced that it is getting into the Stephen King business!
The female-skewing cable network will adapt King's 2010 novella Big Driver with Maria Bello at its center. This marks Lifetime's first collaboration with King, who's known as the master of horror.
Saved by the Bell
The scandalous behavior that took place behind the scenes of Saved by the Bell will be chronicled in a new Lifetime movie later this year.
The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story will premiere on Lifetime on September 1, Buzzfeed reports. It will be based on interviews with former cast and crew members, as well as the events depicted in Dustin Diamond's 2009 memoir Behind the Bell, which contains stories of cast members doing drugs and sleeping with each other.
Back when Beyoncé was still just a child of destiny, Aaliyah was burning up the music charts and lighting up movie screens in films like Romeo Must Die. And now, 13 years after her tragic death in a plane crash at the age of 22, she's finally getting the biopic treatment.
This Christmas season, the Grinch may finally meet his match.
Grumpy Cat, one of the Internet's most famous felines, is set to star in a yuletide-themed movie for Lifetime, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The greatest TV pets
The live-action project, titled Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever, centers on a pet-store cat who is...
David Alpay, Marley Shelton
Imagine a world in which it's been five years since a baby was born. Welcome to Lifetime's new series, The Lottery, from Timothy J. Sexton, who earned an Oscar nomination for the Children of Men screenplay. Like that film, The Lottery is set in a dystopian world struck by global infertility. The lottery in question is held by the U.S. government to determine which women will carry 100 newly fertilized embryos.
The late Whitney Houston is getting the biopic treatment over at Lifetime, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Oscar nominee Angela Bassett, who starred opposite Houston in 1995's Waiting to Exhale, will direct the film, currently titled Whitney Houston. The movie will focus on the relationship between the singer and her ex-husband Bobby Brown from the time they met through the dissolution of their tumultuous marriage.