Newlyweds Vincent and Briana tackle the complicated topic of finance on the upcoming episode of the Lifetime reality series, "Married at First Sight."
Salt-N-Pepa are getting the Lifetime biopic treatment, and '90s hip hop fans are surely going to want to "Push It" to the top of their streaming watch lists.
"Married at First Sight" is back on Wednesday for another season of marriage and (hopefully) love—this time in Atlanta.
Mario Lopez is set to play a hunky Colonel Sanders in KFC-themed Lifetime movie "A Recipe for Seduction." But it is not going to be the full film that movie watchers were eagerly awaiting/dreading.
"Happiest Season" is just the start of the holiday cheer.
Lifetime's four-part documentary series about the disgraced financier makes some surprising revelations.
Lifetime announced it will have its first Christmas film focused on a gay couple this year, after years of criticism aimed at Lifetime and Hallmark for their lack of diversity.
"There is a definite need for more."
Nearly 30 years later, Lorena Bobbitt is revisiting the notorious event. But why did she cut her husband John Wayne Bobbitt and did she go to prison??
Lorena Bobbitt narrates the film, which seeks to explore the truth behind what was reported in the tabloids at the time.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will have the dramatic events of their royal exit chronicled in a feature film.
Ross' publicist told Newsweek that according to an eye witness, the driver of the vehicle that hit Ross' car and caused the accident fled from the scene.
A few couples are struggling to connect on Day 3 and 4 of marriage, but not Derek and Katie.
"Surviving R. Kelly Part II" deals with a lot of fallout from the original Lifetime series, including the emergence of a Facebook group created to besmirch some of the singer's accusers.
"Surviving R. Kelly Part II: The Reckoning" introduced another alleged victim of R. Kelly, Faith Rodgers, who has given a number of devastating interviews since filming the Lifetime documentary.
The network will air holiday-themed films ever weekend through Christmas.
Lifetime released a trailer for its film version of the high-profile scandal that involved two Hollywood actresses.
"A lot of us kind of tolerated or looked the other way on that issue for a long time, and a lot of people were being hurt for decades."
"Critically, Mr. Kelly and the victim verbally refer to the girl as only being 14 on multiple occasion on the video."
"I didn't know if this was normal. I didn't know if this is how adults acted."
The singer also shared his thoughts on why other musical A-listers opted out of participating in the Lifetime docuseries.
"Let this be a message to R. Kelly's staff that we won't be bullied or threatened."
The misogyny revealed in some viewer's comments, one expert said, "is breathtaking."
"I am well aware of who and what he is. I grew up in that house."