[12/20/21 - 12:45 PM] LMN Kicks Off the New Year with Two New Wrong Thrillers Headlined by Vivica A. Fox Additional stars appearing throughout the Deadly Resolutions, Vicious Valentines, Wicked Revenge and Spring Breakdown slates include Scout Taylor-Compton who portrays sinister triplets, Eric Roberts, Lou Ferrigno Jr., and Tracy Nelson.
[via press release from LMN]
LMN'S PROLIFIC WRONG FRANCHISE RETURNS WITH
TWO NEW MOVIES HEADLINED BY VIVICA A. FOX
"THE WRONG BLIND DATE" ON JANUARY 14
"THE WRONG HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART" ON FEBRUARY 4
WITH ERIC ROBERTS
FEATURING A SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY JEREMY MEEKS
Additional Thrillers to Premiere Throughout the Network's Annual
Themed Stunts Featuring Scout Taylor-Compton,
Lou Ferrigno Jr, Tracy Nelson, Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe
New York, NY (December 20, 2021) - LMN delivers on providing non-stop, edgy thrillers for women, with two new Wrong films executive produced by and starring Vivica A. Fox, and new movie premieres January through March on the network. The Wrong Blind Date airs January 14 at 8pm ET/PT, and The Wrong High School Sweetheart debuts on February 4 at 8pm ET/PT and also features a guest appearance by former felon turned model and actor Jeremy Meeks. Additional stars appearing throughout the Deadly Resolutions, Vicious Valentines, Wicked Revenge and Spring Breakdown slates include Scout Taylor-Compton who portrays sinister triplets, Eric Roberts, Lou Ferrigno Jr., and Tracy Nelson.
DEADLY DANCE COMPETITION
Thursday, January 6 at 8pm ET/PT
Starring Natasha Wilson, Emma Jessop, Matthew Pohlkamp
Beth (Natasha Wilson) couldn't be prouder of her daughter Regan (Brooke Maroon) who is hard at work putting the final touches on the video for the online dance contest that she entered. But Beth begins to fear for Regan's safety after she is attacked by an unknown assailant in the parking lot of her high school. When Regan suddenly goes missing, Beth must turn to her best friend Lina (Emma Jessop) for help and the two launch a desperate search to find Regan before it's too late.
Friday, January 7 at 8pm ET/PT
Starring Julia Terranova, Jillian Murray, Alison Robertson, Jon Briddell
Brianna (Julia Terranova) has gained a reputation for telling lies and creating trouble for her parents Annie (Alison Robertson) and Daniel (Jon Briddell), who attribute her behavior as a way of lashing out at them for their divorce. So when Brianna witnesses her new stepmom Susanna (Jillian Murray) commit a murder, she can't get anyone to believe her. Brianna turns to her mom Annie for help, who becomes increasingly convinced that she must protect her daughter from Susanna before she can enact her devious plan to destroy their family.
THE WRONG BLIND DATE
Friday, January 14 at 8pm ET/PT
Starring Vivica A. Fox, Meredith Thomas, Matthew Pohlkamp,
Sofia Masson, Clark Moore, Rainer Dawn
After her recent divorce, Laura (Meredith Thomas) is encouraged by her therapist Beth (Vivica A. Fox) and daughter Hannah (Sofia Masson) to move on with life and registers for an online dating service. Unhappy with the process, Laura decides to delete her account, but soon she receives a message from Kevin (Matthew Pohlkamp) who catches her attention. Kevin appears to be Laura's perfect match, having many of the same interests and is nothing like her ex-husband. But Hannah grows suspicious of her mother's new suitor and is determined to discover the truth about Kevin's real motives before it's too late.
THE WRONG HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART
Friday, February 4 at 8pm ET/PT
Starring Vivica A. Fox, Jeremy Meeks, Mea Wilkerson, Ryan Shoos,
Doug Rogers, Alex Trumble, Eric Roberts, Helene Udy, Tracy Nelson
When Danielle (Mea Wilkerson) reunites with her high school sweetheart Danny (Alex Trumble), she's shocked to learn how far he's willing to go to keep their high school memories, and their relationship, alive.
OLD FLAMES NEVER DIE
Friday, February 11 at 8pm ET/PT
Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe, Lou Ferrigno Jr., Rich Paul
When successful novelist Kira Young (Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe) returns to her hometown to escape bad press after her cheating fiancé Tyson (Rich Paul) is accused of murder, she rekindles a romantic one-night stand with her high school sweetheart Weston Wade (Lou Ferrigno Jr.), who soon develops an unhealthy obsession with her.
FRAMED BY MY SISTER
Friday, February 25 at 8pm ET/PT
Starring Scout Taylor Compton, T K Richardson, Tracy Nelson
Twins Reina and Alex (Scout Taylor-Compton) find their lives upended by their mysterious triplet Trinity (Scout Taylor-Compton), who was separated from them at birth and who has devised a plan to frame one for murder and assume the identity of the other.
PSYCHO SWEET SIXTEEN (w.t.)
Thursday, March 17 at 8pm ET/PT
Starring Bailey Bass, Heather McComb, Kate Orsini,
Courtney Lauren Cummings, Kassidy Slaughter
When Dylan (Bailey Bass) is forced to transfer to a new school after her mom Cindy (Kate Orsini) is admitted to rehab, she quickly rubs reigning mean girl Tiffany (Courtney Lauren Cummings) the wrong way. Dylan's aunt and uncle offer to throw a sweet sixteen party to help her adjust, but Tiffany will stop at nothing to destroy Dylan's plans, including murder.
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