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Lifetime’s Secrets In a Small Town Review

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Another Saturday, another Lifetime thriller! Secrets in a Small Town is an intense mystery about a missing teenage girl and a mother’s desperation.

Tonight’s Lifetime thriller, Secrets in a Small Town, is about a frantic mother (played by Kate Drummond), in desperate search for her daughter, Sarah, after she goes out for one night with her new basketball teammates and doesn’t return home.

Supposedly, the movie is based on a true story, although I’m not sure which one since it sounds similar to several different cases. The film was originally titled Nowhere and made it’s debut at a Canadian Film Festival earlier this year.

Let’s recap some of the craziest “television small town” rules we learned about from this movie.

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The awful truth behind Lifetime’s newest film Love You to Death

Academy Award winner, Marcia Gay Harden, stars as the fictional counterpart of Dee Dee Blanchard in Lifetime’s latest film, Love You to Death.

Love You to Death is a fictional retelling of the events leading up to the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard. If you frequent the true crime circuit then odds are you’ve heard about this case in great detail since the 2017 HBO documentary, Mommie Dead and Dearest, put it back into the public eye.

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4 disturbing scenes from Escaping the Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story

Escaping the Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story is Lifetime’s latest biopic about the woman who revolutionized American journalism by uncovering brutality and abuse at the Woman’s Lunatic Asylum on Blackwell Island.

The Nellie Bly Story is a tragic tale of one woman’s journey to uncover sinister truths about the treatment of mentally ill women at an infamous asylum located on Blackwell Island. Prior to Nellie’s research and eventual undercover infiltration of the asylum, investigative reporting did not exist. Even though Nellie’s journey was harrowing and full of unspeakable torment, she was a catalyst for change both in the reformation of mental health care and that of journalism.

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