Witches are hotter than ever right now, and Lifetime is jumping on the bandwagon by giving a series order to "Witches of East End," starring Julia Ormond, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Rachel Boston, and Madchen Amick.
Nobody is hotter on TV or at the box office than the devil. Whether you believe in him/her/it or not, you gotta give the red bastard his due because he rakes in the ratings and the cash. Realizing this, the Lifetime network(!) is bringing the world "The Real Exorcist" this Halloween.
Two more familiar faces are joining the cast of Lifetime's pilot "Witches of East End," and we have the scoop on whom they belong to. Read on for the details.
A few days ago we learned that Jenna Dewan would be playing one of Julia Ormond's daughters in Lifetime's "Witches of East End," and now we know who's been cast as her sister. Read on for the details of the latest Beauchamp family member as well as two male actors who'll be joining her in the pilot.
At the end of August we got the news that Julia Ormond would be starring as the matriarch in Lifetime's pilot "Witches of East End," and now we know who'll be playing one of her witchy daughters.
Last month we got word that Lifetime was planning to adapt Maria de la Cruz's Witches of East End novel into a series, and now we know who's going to be starring in the tale of a mother and her daughters who are secretly powerful witches.
Are you familiar with author Maria de la Cruz? If so, then you’re probably aware of her Witches of East End novel. The Lifetime Network sure hopes so because it's turning this tale of a mother and her daughters who are secretly powerful witches into a television series.
Not to be outdone by NBC's "Hannibal", which is heading our way at mid-season, Lifetime is putting a feminine spin on things by developing "Clarice", based on the Clarice Starling character that earned The Silence of the Lambs star Jodie Foster an Academy Award for best actress.
On October 24th, just in time for the Halloween season, Lifetime jumps back into the horror arena with Possessing Piper Rose, an RHI Entertainment production starring Rebecca Romjin, David Cubit, and Isabella Cramp as Piper. Check out some stills and a trailer from the flick to see if you'll be adding it to your DVR queue.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Mia Ford, Sammi Hanratty, Lori Heuring, Sam Jaeger, Brent Sexton, Stacy Haiduk Directed by Hanelle Culpepper If you're reading this right now, I am pretty certain you are about to be a witness to history. I am about write a line that I am almost positive has never been uttered before in the annals of English language. Are you ready? Here it goes.
We admit that at times we've labeled a few genre films as being more suited to Lifetime than our readership when they veered off into soap opera-ish territory so we're more than a little curious about the network's "broad departure" (in its words) from its typical fare to present supernatural thriller Within this Saturday night, July 31st.