Bassett directed the Whitney Houston biopic starring America's Next Top Model veteran and Lee Daniels' The Butler actress Yaya DaCosta as the iconic singer and Arlen Escarpetaas Bobby Brown. "I just want [viewers] to go on the journey between Whitney and Bobby," she told E! News. "I considered it a love story…I guess they had great business between them. They were there to love and care for one another, and it was quite a journey."
The 44-year-old actress played Corrine and the Mad Men star her daughter Cathy in the Lifetime remake of Flowers in the Attic. Graham admitted she was "so bitchy" and may have scared the children.
In Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, Ricci is Lizzie, a Sunday school teacher who breaks the Bible's sixth commandment of "Thou shall not kill," when she plows a hatchet into her parents.
LiLo played the iconic Elizabeth Taylor in the biopic Liz & Dick. The film focused on the turbulent relationship between Liz and her on-again, off-again husband Richard Burton.
It may be woefully historically inaccurate, but Hirsch and Grainger's turn at Bonnie & Clyde scored gangbuster ratings! The four-part docudrama that aired on A&E, Lifetime and History channels chronicled the criminal couple's crime spree and the relentless ranger that was after them.
The 51-year-old actress took on the role and look of Donatella Versace in House of Versace, which chronicled the death of Gianni Versace and how the fashion house was kept afloat under Donatella's direction.
The handsome actor starred in Untouchable as Drew Peterson, a retired police sergeant who is charged with the death of his third wife after the mysterious disappearance of his fourth wife.
Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial In Italy is a film based on the real-life events surrounding the murder of British student Meredith Kercher. And with the retrial and new verdict of the real Amanda Knox still in the headlines, you'd be surprised to know there is no talk of Panettiere reprising the role.
The 34-year-old actress was nominated for a Golden Globe for the series spinoff of the original Lifetime movie, The Client List. In the film, she played a young woman who takes a job at a "massage" parlor to support her family when her husband is unable to work, but in the series her husband just leaves her and the kids to fend for themselves.
In 12 Men of Christmas, the star of Broadway and film played a New York publicist who travels to Montana after discovering her fiancé's infidelity.
The country singer played the role of June Carter Ring of Fire, about her decades-long love affair with husband Johnny Cash.
Call Me Crazy: A Five Film. In Maggie, Hudson is a female war veteran who experiences post-traumatic stress disorder after returning home to her father and son.
Call Me Crazy: A Five Film. Spencer plays Dr. Nance, a psychotherapist for Lucy who helps treat the mental illness.
The former O.C. star departed from her girl-next-door persona when she starred in Homecoming as a jilted ex-girlfriend who plots revenge after her ex comes back to town with a new ladylove.
In Georgia O'Keeffe, the Oscar-winning actor earned a Golden Globe nod for his performance as the artist's husband, photographer Alfred Stieglitz.
Attractive schoolmates get stranded on a tropical island and fall in love as they struggle to survive in this 2012 remake Blue Lagoon: The Awakening, and Richards plays a devoted mother who refuses to give up the search for her missing daughter.
In Gracie's Choice, Bell plays a teen girl trying to raise her siblings on her own after their drug-addicted mother is sent to jail.
This real-life couple became an item on the set of Northern Lights, even though the actor vehemently denied it at first. In the film, Cibrian is the new chief of police in Lunacy, Alaska whose bond grows with Meg (Rimes) as they look to each other in order to escape traumatizing events.
The Oscar-winning actress earned a Golden Globe and Emmy nod for her performance in Prayers for Bobby, in which she portrays Mary Griffith, a gay rights crusader, whose teenage son committed suicide due to her religious intolerance.
Betty & Coretta tells the story of the friendship formed between Betty Shabazz (Blige), wife of Malcolm X, and Coretta Scott King (Bassett), wife of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. as they strive to move on after the assassinations of their husbands.
Call Me Crazy: A Five Film. Lucy stars Snow as a law student coping with schizophrenia.
In Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story, McCormack is the detective that brings down the criminal who killed his father and attempted to murder his mother. McCormack also starred in the 2010 Lifetime true crime thriller Who Is Clark Rockefeller?
In An Amish Murder, an investigation hits too close to home for an Ohio police chief (Campbell) who grew up Amish.
Call Me Crazy: A Five Film. In Grace, Hyland plays a teenage daughter who learns how to handle her mother's (Melissa Leo) bipolar disorder.