Lifetime TV has done it again with a series of new projects debuting soon! Celebrating over 35 years of entertaining audiences, Lifetime is a premier entertainment destination for women dedicated to offering the highest quality original programming spanning award-winning movies, high-quality scripted series, and breakout non-fiction series. Lifetime has an impressive legacy in public affairs, bringing attention to social issues that women care about with initiatives such as the long-running Stop Breast Cancer for Life, Stop Violence Against Women, and Broader Focus, a major global initiative dedicated to supporting and hiring female directors, writers, and producers, including women of color, to make its content.

SHEEN got an inside look into the new films. The first movie “Hillsdale Adoption Scam” starring “Keshia Knight Pulliam” will highlight the story of a family desperate to expand their family. Bethany is Keshia’s character depicting a storyline based on a true story where a couple was unable to conceive more kids and took a pregnant stranger in distress as a sign from God when she came to her for help.

Tatyana Ali stars in Giving Hope: The Ni’cola Mitchell Story, which is another story based on a true story being brought to life by Lifetime TV. Ni’Cola’s story was a story I’ve witnessed in real life. I’ve heard about her Girls Who Brunch Tours and didn’t know the story behind the message. It’s a full circle moment to be speaking with her about her journey now with Lifetime TV. Ni’cola Mitchell (Tatyana Ali), a successful author, publisher, and speaker, realizes at a book signing that her calling is to help disadvantaged girls. Ni’cola understands what it is like to overcome huge hurdles in life including a difficult childhood and a cancer diagnosis, and after putting her own writing career on hold, she launches Girls Who Brunch, events designed to make young women feel seen and empowered. With the support of her sister Nene (Nadine Whiteman Roden) and daughters Diamond (Kudakwashe Rutendo) and Destani (Mikalah Reid-Beckette), she pours everything she has into the organization, including her own money, and mobilizes volunteers, coaches, and community leaders to help host events.  Ni’cola is named A Woman of Worth by L’Oréal and sponsorship opportunities begin to come in, helping Girls Who Brunch expand nationally and travel to dozens of cities across the country, reaching tens of thousands of girls in the process.

Every Breath She Takes is the final movie Lifetime TV is debuting with a strong message about mental health, abuse, and struggling which ends in a massive fire that destroys the family’s home and claims the life of the husband. As the wife, Jules begins to rebuild her life, rumors begin to swirl around her husband’s death not being accidental. Jules begins to struggle drastically with her mental health and stability, even imagining seeing Billy throughout the story.