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We're big fans of Grumpy Cat and the Grumpy Cat meme around these parts, and now she's getting a Lifetime holiday movie because reasons.
Reality television has reached its logical conclusion: People having babies in the woods.
'The Omen' is coming to TV, courtesy of one of the many showrunners of 'The Walking Dead.'
Do you enjoy schadenfreude? Well then! Tori Spelling has a new docuseries that focuses on the cheating scandal between her and husband Dean McDermott.
The first full-length trailer for Lifetime's incest drama, 'Flowers in the Attic,' starring Kiernan Shipka, Heather Graham, and Ellen Burstyn.
This is seriously starting to get ridiculous.
Kiernan Shipka, who plays Sally Draper on "Mad Men," will make out with her brother for Lifetime's "Flowers in the Attic."
Check out the new booze, drug, and cleavage-filled trailer for Lifetime's "The Anna Nicole Story."
Jennifer Love Hewitt says some things, blah blah blah, GIFS.
Hot off the heels of Lifetime's train wreck Liz Taylor biopic, the BBC is producing "Taylor and Burton," starring Helena Bonham Carter and "The Wire's" Dominic West.
Lifetime movies are more of my mother and grandma's cup of tea, but the upcoming biopic Betty & Coretta may force me to violate man-law #345 for historical purposes only.
"Parks & Recreation's" Rob Lowe will play the prosecutor in a Lifetime movie about the Casey Anthony trial. Hopefully he does it as Chris Traeger.
The highlights and lowlights of Lindsay Lohan's awful Lifetime movie, "Liz and Dick."
The executive producer of "Liz & Dick" took a hilariously mean and unnecessary shot at Lindsay Lohan's looks.
Lifetime made a movie called "Teenage Bank Heist." It is about teenagers robbing banks. Seriously.
Nancy Grace made a Lifetime Original Movie. Starring Metta World Peace. As a detective. YUP.
The trailer for Lindsay Lohan's 'Liz & Dick' features drinking, fighting, fornicating, and that goddamn Internet Explorer commercial song.
The poster for Lindsay Lohan's new Lifetime movie appears to contain some sort of subtle, coded message. Maybe one of you can figure it out.