Lifetime has announced its July 2018 primetime lineup of original movies, kicking off on July 1st with Killer Single Dad starring Kaitlyn Black (Hart of Dixie) and Cameron Jebo (NCIS). Among the July films are the stories of a creepy nanny, a sperm donor stalking the recipients, and a boyfriend from hell.
Murdered at 17 with Blake Burt (Geostorm), Cristine Prosperi (Degrassi: The Next Generation), and Susan Walters (Teen Wolf) will air on July 8th at 8pm ET/PT. The Nanny is Watching follows on July 15th and stars Adam Huber (Dynasty), Talya Carroll (Scandal), Cinta Laura Kiehl (Crazy for the Boys), Steven Allerick, Donna D’Errico and Sawandi Wilson. A Father’s Nightmare finishes up the month on July 22nd with Joel Gretsch (The Vampire Diaries), Jessica Lowndes (90210), and Kaitlyn Bernard (1922).
Lifetime Summer Movies
Killer Single Dad
An expectant mother (Black) befriends a good samaritan (Jebo), unaware he is actually the father to her unborn baby and is “collecting” all of the children he sired as an anonymous sperm donor years before.
Murdered At 17
Brooke Emerson (Prosperi) discovers a kindred spirit in Jake Campali (Burt), but soon discovers he’s the boyfriend from hell. Jake continuously manipulates and controls her, eventually framing her for murder.
The Nanny Is Watching
Following a break-in, Scott (Huber) and Mara (Carroll) decide to install a deluxe home security system and give their new nanny, Rachel (Kiehl) all the pass codes for day-to-day duties in taking care of their kids, including their adopted daughter. With the codes, the nanny spies and torments the couple by controlling the smart home’s system from her laptop. When the couple discovers what Rachel is doing, they immediately fire her but unbeknownst to them, Rachel’s boyfriend is the home security company contact and Rachel is the biological mother to their adopted daughter who will stop at nothing to get her back.
A Father’s Nightmare
Reeling from the recent death of his wife, Matt (Gretsch) sends his daughter Lisa (Bernard) off to college, where she falls under the spell of her older, more mature roommate, Vanessa (Lowndes). As Vanessa’s manipulation sets Lisa on a downward spiral, Lisa and Matt grow further apart, while her dependence on Vanessa deepens. But, will Matt figure out what’s really going on before it’s too late?