02:08 PM EDT 05/28/2015
Originally posted 05/26/2015 04:15PM
PEOPLE has an exclusive sneak-peek clip of the series, starring Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at a fictitious reality romance show in which a group of women vie for the heart of one suitor (see where we're going with this?).
"It's totally realistic," former Bachelor and Bachelorette star DeAnna Stagliano (née Pappas) tells PEOPLE of the clip.
"It reminded me of the show in the way the carriage rolled up and the woman got out playing the violin," she continues. "It's totally something a contestant would do to get someone's attention!"
Originally posted 05/01/2015 12:55PM
Taryn Manning wasn't afraid to take on the role of Michelle Knight, though her mom couldn't help but express her concern.
In Cleveland Abduction, the Orange Is the New Black actress plays the oldest of the three women who were held captive by Ariel Castro for nearly a decade before their daring escape in 2013.
Originally posted 04/28/2015 08:15PM
Dean McDermott is done airing out his personal struggles on reality TV.
The True Tori star, 48, went on Today Tuesday to do a cooking demonstration, and he told Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb that he doesn't "want to do the relationship stuff" on television anymore.
"Sorting out your problems in the town square is not the way to go about it," he said of his reality show with wife Tori Spelling.
Originally posted 04/28/2015 01:40AM
Lifetime TV is reportedly developing a TV movie about '90s sitcom Full House but there's at least one cast member from the show who's not too impressed by that news.
John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse, took to Twitter on Monday night to weigh in on The Unauthorized Full House Story.
Originally posted 04/27/2015 08:40PM
Craving even more Full House? You got it, dude.
Hot on the heels of Netflix's reboot, Lifetime is developing a TV movie that goes behind the scenes of the beloved sitcom, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Unauthorized Full House Story will reportedly chronicle the cast's lives off-screen, from good times to bad.
Originally posted 04/05/2015 11:00PM
Lifetime aired the third and penultimate installment of V.C. Andrews's Flowers in the Attic saga on Sunday night, and the Internet naturally freaked out.
Thorns flashes forward on Flowers' incestuous (but deeply in love!) siblings Cathy and Christopher Dollanganger Sheffield (Rachael Carpani and Jason Lewis) to find them grown-up, married and stalked by their mother Corrine (Heather Graham), who vengefully begins to turn Cathy's youngest child Bart (Mason Cook) – who was conceived through an affair with Corrine's late husband Bart Winslow (Dylan Bruce) – against his parents. Only, Corrine doesn't realize her butler John Amos (Mackenzie Gray) has his own secret agenda for her twisted clan, which leads to a fatal, fiery climax similar to Petals on the Wind, the series's preceding installment.
Did you get all that? No worries, viewers didn't really either. Though Lifetime aired the first two TV movies over the last 14 months, Thorns was consistently met with a resounding "Whaaaaaaat?!" from Tweeters, who simply were not prepared for the subject matter or Andrews's labyrinthine plot – or at least the parts of it that Lifetime's teleplay didn't change.
Below, we've chosen some of the most intense and amusing reactions.
Originally posted 04/02/2015 08:50PM
They pulled the plug after news leaked online on Wednesday
Originally posted 02/24/2015 05:30PM
"I don't need to Dougie right now."
That's an exchange that happens during a discussion of the wedding seating chart, and it's also an accurate summary of life for Miriam Sternoff and O'Neal McKnight. This couple star in the new Lifetime reality series Kosher Soul, which explores love between cultures. Miriam's family is white and Jewish. O'Neal's is African-American and from the South.
Originally posted 02/04/2015 02:25PM
Avril Lavigne has resurfaced.
Originally posted 01/17/2015 07:40PM
Whitney Houston is one of the most recognizable singers in the history of music, so Yaya DaCosta did not take it lightly when she was cast to portray the icon in the Lifetime movie Whitney.
"I initially wanted to become her exactly. I was just set to do everything in my power to make the audience almost forget that they weren't really watching Whitney," the former America's Next Top Model contestant, 32, tells PEOPLE. "But then I realized that I only had a few days to prepare. It was more important to try and capture her essence than to go crazy because that could have come across as a mockery."
So just how did DaCosta capture Houston's essence?
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