In the latest Lifetime thriller, The Virgin Sinners, what happens when a secret cult of popular mean girls embodies the seven deadly sins? What if their actions result in a prank that goes wrong? Expect anything in this latest cautionary tale.
This new Lifetime movie stars Kaitlyn Bernard (The Healer, 1922), Brenna Llewellyn (John From Home, The Hippie Who Came To Roam), Brenna Coates (Coroner, Cagefighter), Keilani Elizabeth Rose (Flimsy, Within The Silence), Jasmine Randhawa (There’s Something Between Us), Carly Fawcett (300 Heads, If I Should Die), and Natalie Malaika (Fractured, Day of The Dead).
Ready to delve into the seven deadly sins?
What Is Lifetime’s The Virgin Sinners About?
Do you know the seven deadly sins? The girls in The Virgin Sinners do! According to the Lifetime synopsis, seven schoolgirls are part of a clique dubbed “The Sins.” The young women are called “wayward.” This is a name others gave to the group. Therefore, that name stuck.
Disobeying their parents and advisors behind their back, the girls began to each take on the Seven Sins attributes. However, They live in a small, very religious small town. Moreover, these young women do not want to heed the advice of those who are older.
Soon, the group gets called for being “wayward.” After a “harmless” prank goes wrong, the group now becomes the lethal target of an unknown killer. The young women are keen on fighting and making waves. Moreover, they now have a “reputation.” The group becomes known, and they want to make a statement.
Despite warnings from the local parents and their teachers, the young women push the situation. Now, the targeted women consider starting over.
How can this thriller become even more wonderful?
Seven schoolgirls, part of a clique dubbed "The Sins," become the lethal target of an unknown killer after a prank goes horribly wrong. Don't miss the premiere of #TheVirginSinners Saturday at 8/7c pic.twitter.com/aaBtNDddC8
— Lifetime (@lifetimetv) August 12, 2021
When Can You Watch Lifetime’s The Virgin Sinners?
Lifetime’s The Virgin Sinners airs on Sunday, August 22, at 6 p.m. Eastern. The network also makes their movies available online.
Don’t Forget Harry & Meghan: Escaping The Palace
Ready for some royal tea? Then be sure to watch Lifetime’s third drama in the Harry & Meghan franchise, Escaping The Palace. This will premiere on September 6, at 8 p.m. Eastern, on The Lifetime Channel. That is coming up!
Lifetime serves up for some royal rivalry in their latest drama, Harry & Meghan: Escaping The Palace is coming to your television soon. This is Lifetime’s third installment in this series. This movie stars Jordan Dean (The Sinner, The Punisher), Sydney Morton (Manifest, Jessica Jones), and Steve Coulter (Shotgun Wedding, P-Valley).
Here is what we know about this new Lifetime royal movie. Things are not going so great for the recently married couple. Harry and William are at odds. Duchess Kate and Meghan are also at odds. Most of all, Prince Harry fears for Meghan’s life. He thinks that history will repeat itself. He does not want to see his wife go through the same as his mom.
Will you be watching?
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