Johannah Newmarch Won Leo Award For Pretty Little Dead Girl
Back on June 7, 2017, Johannah Newmarch won the Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Television Movie. It was for her supporting role in Pretty Little Dead Girl. So, expect a level up in the acting in this Lifetime cautionary tale.
— Lifetime Movie Network (@LMN) December 12, 2020
It’s A Wonderful Lifetime
When you have tired of cautionary tales, be sure to switch over to the Lifetime Channel for Christmas 24/7. They have 33 new Christmas movies that will fill your home with the spirit of the season.
On Sunday, December 13, is the premiere of A Sugar & Spice Holiday. This is the first Asian actor led Lifetime Christmas movie. This is a movie about traditions and family. There is a lot of competition and a bit of love. Airing at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Don’t forget the fun romp, The Santa Squad. This Lifetime Christmas movie stars Rebecca Dalton (Good Witch) and Aaron Ashmore (Locke & Key). This is the story of a nanny that brings the Christmas spirit back to a widower and his two young daughters. They bake cookies, make tree ornaments for the birds and learn to enjoy Christmas again.
Best of all, if you missed these titles or any other Christmas movies, you can stream most on the Lifetime website. Moreover, you don’t even have to sign in. Subsequently, just go to play.mylifetime.com and you start binging It’s A Wonderful Lifetime 2020 movies.
Don’t forget to to catch the 2020 premiere of Lifetime’s Pretty Little Dead Girl, on Saturday, December 12, at 8 p.m., Eastern on LMN.
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