Gallery: Lessons Learned From Lifetime Television For Women

The only thing I find more educational than “Midnight Meat Train” on Chiller  is “Mother, May I Sleep With Danger” on Lifetime. Mother’s answer really should have been “no”. God, the lessons we learn from Lifetime: Television for Women movies are inspiring, and stay with us forever. Here are a few that was try to incorporate into our daily lives as often as possible:

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    • Dakota

      She’s too young has to be one of my favorites. every one gets syphilis. classic.

      • amanda


    • Pantsmarty

      if only “my step-son, my lover” were on here–best title of all lifetime movies.

      i seriously think the lifetime movie syndrome exists. it’s why certain people can’t just relax in their relationships without thinking they’re in the middle of an elaborate web of lies and deceptions.

      • Lilit Marcus

        How did I not know this movie existed?!

      • Rachel

        I agree! My family relations-child development teacher in high school basically taught with these movies. We spent a long time on domestic violence and we watched a ton of Lifetime movies about abuse, which led us all to think that every relationship we are in will lead to us getting beat.

    • Cher

      Tori Spelling is the reigning goddess of Lifetime TV Movies.

    • Hannah Rose Siegel

      Oh my God, I just saw The Babysitter’s Seduction. I don’t like to see Stephen Collins playing anyone other than Eric Camden.