Lifetime Television and Lifetime Movie Network Offer a Football-Free Movie Extravaganza on Super Bowl Sunday, February 3rd
NEW YORK, Jan. 22 -- For those viewers looking for a
television oasis amid the Patriots-Giants Super Bowl frenzy, Lifetime
Television and Lifetime Movie Network, the two most-watched women's
networks, are providing a 10-hour star-studded, football-free movie
extravaganza on Sunday, February 3, featuring actors such as Mel Gibson,
Julia Roberts and Amanda Peet, along with Paul Franklin Dano, who has
garnered kudos for his recent role in "There Will Be Blood."
Beginning at 1 PM (ET/PT) on Lifetime, Patty Duke, Ronny Cox and Max
Martini star in "Love Lessons." Then Dermot Mulroney and Amanda Peet
headline in "Griffin & Phoenix" at 3PM (ET/PT).
At 5PM (ET/PT), Reba McEntire, Tim Matheson and Bess Armstrong star in
"Forever Love," followed by "Too Young to Be a Dad" at 7PM (ET/PT),
featuring Kathy Baker, Paul Franklin Dano and Katie Stuart. Finally, Andrea
Bowen and Jennie Garth star in "Girl, Positive" at 9PM (ET/PT).
Lifetime Movie Network is also scheduling a day of movies including the
suspense thriller "Conspiracy Theory" at 8PM (ET/PT), starring Mel Gibson
and Julia Roberts.
Lifetime ranked #1 in 2007 in total day among W18-49 and W25-54, while
Lifetime Movie Network was the #2 women's network, behind sibling Lifetime,
for the fifth consecutive year in both total day and prime.
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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, Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime Real
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