In what could be the most perfect and appropriate casting of all time, Aubrey Plaza, known for playing constantly "over it" April Ludgate on 'Parks and Recreation,' is set to voice Grumpy Cat in Lifetime's Grumpy Cat movie! That's why we're so lively and colorful right now.
There's no happy ending in store for Jennifer Love Hewitt's 'The Client List,' as Lifetime has officially confirmed that the top-heavy series will not return for a third season. Reports vary as to what prompted the network's decision to axe the low-rated, but conversation-starting series, including arguments with Hewitt herself over the direction of season 3.
Just when you thought Lindsay Lohan's Elizabeth Taylor biopic 'Liz & Dick' wasn't enough of a tragedy in its own right, Lifetime has returned with yet another sure to be debated dramatization of Hollywood tragedy. The first official trailer for Lifetime's 'The Anna Nicole Story,' starring Agnes Bruckner, has hit the web in advance of its June 29 premiere, but will it prove a step up for Lifetime's biopics?
It may not have Miley Cyrus in the lead, but History and Lifetime's collaborative 'Bonnie & Clyde' miniseries will prove to be a star-studded affair nonetheless. Previously casting Hollywood stars William Hurt and Holly Hunter, the upcoming miniseries has finally cast its iconic leads with 'Into the Wild' star Emile Hirsch and 'The Borgias' star Holliday Grainger. Will the updated 'Bonnie & Clyde' prove a modern classic akin to 'Hatfields and McCoys,' or end up shot by the roadside?
Given that Lifetime's Jennifer Love Hewitt-fronted 'The Client List' is on track to make its season 2 debut on Sunday, March 10, we admit to being a trifle concerned at the lack of controversy surrounding the show's racy content. Last year we had multiple scantily clad posters and digital boob jobs to examine in painstaking detail, but what of the show's second helping? Why, how about Jennifer Love Hewitt cavorting in even skimpier outfits for a new music video promoting 'The Client List' season 2? Yes, please.
It's been awhile since we've heard much in the way of news from Jennifer Love Hewitt's titillating Lifetime series 'The Client List,' set to debut its second season on March 10. Now we haven't exactly been spending all our free time amassing GIFs of J-Love from the first season, but we're not very good liars either. So you can imagine our surprise at recent rumors that Jennifer Love Hewitt would be shooting multiple scenes in the buff for the coming season, but how will Lifetime show them without shattering TV screens across the globe?
Whether you've got that special someone or see nothing wrong with the single life, one fact remains certain: someone has tried to get you to cry with them at a Nicholas Sparks movie. Whether 'The Notebook,' 'The Lucky One,' 'Dear John' or 'The Last Song,' you've inevitably seen that same poster of a couple holding one another with a sunlit backdrop. Now you needn't leave your home! Nicholas Sparks, author and architect behind every tear has made a deal to bring not one, but three new dramas to TV, but based on which of his books?
It's been a tumultuous ride for Lindsay Lohan and the 'Liz & Dick' team. Back when we heard the actress would be getting the part of Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime network's biopic, we were a little skeptical on whether she'd be able to kick her old habits and successfully pull off this gig. But, as the new trailer for 'Liz & Dick' will tell, yes, "Lindsay is back!" Not only that, but Lifetime can prove it by showing off some behind-the-scene footage of the project.
It's hard to think of Miley Cyrus as anything other than Hannah Montana, even now when she's smoking bongs, cutting her hair to look like Draco Malfoy and getting engaged to 'The Hunger Games' heartthrob Liam Hemsworth. Perhaps if she lands a gig on the Lifetime network playing one of the most infamously recognized criminals in history, she'll be able to completely break that image.