Soap Opera Alums’ Lifetime Movie Focuses on Suspicions Surrounding the Abduction of a Young Girl
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General Hospital, One Life to Live & Young and Restless stars in thriller directed by Days alum.
In July 2019, Soaps.com alerted readers that former Passions (Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald), All My Children (Dr. Cara Castillo Martin) and Days of our Lives (Arianna Hernandez) star Lindsay Hartley wrapped her first directorial debut for the Lifetime thriller Forgotten Abduction. Now re-titled Mommy Is A Murderer, fans can look for the Lifetime premiere on Saturday April 4 at 8:00 PM. The movie stars One Life to Live (Jessica Buchanan) and General Hospital (Claudette Boland) alum Bree Williamson as Katrina along with Heather McComb as Lena and Josie M. Parker as Mallie.
The story surrounds Katrina’s suspicion upon meeting and being friends with Lena and her young daughter Mallie. The more time she spends with them the more she starts to think that Mallie isn’t Lena’s daughter after all. In fact, Katrina suspects that Mallie is actually a girl named Emily who was kidnapped from her biological parents year ago…
Williamson took to Instagram to alert fans of the premiere and shared the movie poster, captioned – in light of the current social distancing and self-quarantining, “Hey guys @lindsaynhartley directed and @heatmccomb and @josie_m_parker and I acted in this film that airs April 4th on Lifetime!! Since you all have nothing better to do… you should watch. #please.”
Other stars set to appear in the movie include Young and the Restless alum Redaric Williams (Tyler Michaelson) as Officer Martin, David Kelsey (The Mentalist, Knots Landing) as Ivan, Hallmark movie actor Jason Cermak (Ruby Herring Mysteries: Prediction Murder) as Ryan, Angie Patterson (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Rosewood) as Jenn, Megan Few (Demons, NCIS: New Orleans) as Mrs. Worthington and former Sunset Beach actress Leticia Robles (nurse) as Marcella.
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