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[08/20/07 - 10:50 AM]
Lifetime Networks Celebrates Labor Day Weekend with Cavalcade of Movies Including U.S. Television Premiere of 'Normal Adolescent Behavior' on Saturday, September 1 at 9pm (ET/PT) on Lifetime Television
Weekend to feature films featuring Amber Tamblyn, Julia Stiles and the Jason Priestley-helmed "Don't Cry Now."

[via press release from Lifetime]

Lifetime Networks Celebrates Labor Day Weekend With Cavalcade of Movies Including U.S. Television Premiere of 'Normal Adolescent Behavior' on Saturday, September 1 at 9PM (ET/PT) on Lifetime Television

NEW YORK, Aug. 20 -- Lifetime Networks celebrates the Labor Day weekend with a cavalcade of movies showcasing Amber Tamblyn ("The Sisterhood of Traveling Pants") in a U.S. Television Premiere on Lifetime Television, while LMN, basic cable's second most popular women's network, airs a pair of films with Julia Stiles ("The Bourne Ultimatum") starring as a wayward teenager and "Side Order of Life" star Jason Priestley directing a taut thriller.

In the U.S. Television Premiere of "Normal Adolescent Behavior," on Lifetime on Saturday, September 1, at 9PM (ET/PT), Tamblyn stars as a teenager forced by peer pressure to choose between a new boyfriend and her friends.

The end of summer film romp on LMN begins Saturday night, September 1, at 9:45PM (ET/PT), with "Sharon's Secret" featuring Candace Cameron Bure ("Full House") and Mel Harris ("Close to Home") in a story of a youngster who mysteriously attacks a police officer investigating the murder of her parents.

In "Cyber Seduction," on Sunday, September 2, at 8PM (ET/PT), Jeremy Sumpter ("Peter Pan") stars as a young athlete who finds himself secretly obsessed with a cyber-fantasy world.

In "Don't Cry Now," on Monday, September 3, at 8PM (ET/PT), directed by Jason Priestley ("Side Order of Life"), Leslie Hope ("Everest") is a woman who finds herself involved in the murder of her husband's ex-wife.

In "Wicked," on Monday, September 3, at 9:45PM (ET/PT), Stiles stars as a troubled teen who becomes embroiled in a murder.

LIFETIME is the leader in women's television and one of the top-rated basic cable television networks. A diverse, multi-media company, LIFETIME is committed to offering the highest quality entertainment and information programming, and advocating a wide range of issues affecting women and their families. LIFETIME Television, LMN, Lifetime Real Women and Lifetime Digital (including LifetimeTV.com) are part of LIFETIME Entertainment Services, a 50/50 joint venture of The Hearst Corporation and The Walt Disney Company.

SOURCE LIFETIME Television
http://www.lifetimetv.com





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· CLOSE TO HOME (CBS)
· CYBER SEDUCTION: HIS SECRET LIFE (LIFETIME)
· DON'T CRY NOW (LIFETIME)
· NORMAL ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOR (LIFETIME)
· SIDE ORDER OF LIFE (LIFETIME)





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