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Lifetime’s Summer Line Up

You won’t want to miss what Lifetime has in store these next few weeks. Check out some shows (new and old) and films below!

UnREALEpisode “Truths”

Next Monday, June 29 at 10pm ET for an all-new episode of UnREAL. Next week the crew heads to Mississippi for Faith’s hometown date with Adam. Rachel makes a startling discovery about Faith and enlists the help of Adam to protect her. Meanwhile, Jeremy and Rachel take the first step towards mending their friends, while Quinn sues Chet and Shia takes drastic measures to boost a girl’s popularity.

UnREAL centers on a young reality TV show producer, Rachel, portrayed by Shiri Appleby, (Girls, Chicago Fire) and her job manipulation relationships with contestants to meet the demands of her executive producer Quinn, portrayed by Constance Zimmer (House of Cards, Entourage).

Living with the Enemy

Living with the Enemy is a six-part docuseries exploring the fault lines of social cohesion in the United States. Each episode explores a different hot topic currently dividing public opinion. Throughout the episode two families must defend their opinions and morals, while living and working with the people whose lifestyles and beliefs contradict their own.

The premiere episode will focus on parenting: helicopter vs. free-spirited. See strict mother Beth and lenient mother Jen duke it out to prove their parenting style is best.

Living with the Enemy premieres July 9 at 10pm ET.

Dance Moms: Throwback Tuesday

Join Maddie and Melissa on July 21 at 9pm ET in a Dance Moms special episode. Viewers will get to relive Abby’s star student from her earliest days to her life now as the most famous 12-year-old dancer in the world.

The Bride He Bought Online – World Premiere

After three teen girls launch a prank blog that quickly grows in popularity, they decide to take it to the next level by via catfishing. The girls join an international mail order bride website, creating a fake profile and wait to see which men fall for her.

John, a lonely, unstable computer programmer falls for the catfish, becoming madly in love with her. After weeks of being led on, John buys the fake woman a plane ticket to visit him. The girls show up at the airport to film his eventual heartbreak but witness something even more terrible. John snaps and the girls unaware of his deeply disturbed emotional state, are unaware of what lies in store for them ahead as John plans his revenge.

The movie airs Saturday, July 18 at 8pm ET.

Lost Boy  World Premiere

After spending a day at the lake with his family, six-year-old Mitchell Harris, played by Matthew Fahey (Awkward), disappears without a trace. Eleven years later, Mitchell is found and returns home – but his return leads to a series of events that shake the family to core once more.

Virginia Madsen (Witches of East End), Laura Harris, Mitchell’s mother, alongside Mark Valley (CSI) as Greg Harris and Sosie Bacon, as their daughter Summer.

Lost Boy airs on Saturday, July 25 at 8pm ET.

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  1. Just watched living with the enemy and I did feel that Beth’s parenting style actually endangers the children. Oftentimes parents that are super strict end up not knowing where their children are because of the kids inability to be open and honest with their parents because of repercussions. Often those parents truly do not know what is going on in the kids world. Those kids end up keeping secrets and sneaking out. My step cousin was murdered because she snuck out to meet a boy from MySpace. The parents had no idea she was out at 2 in the morning and the younger sister had to go to pick up her sister at 5 am. She was not there and had to come home and let the parents know what happened. The older sisters body was found in the desert a couple months later. The murderer was an engaged 24 yr old man with a baby on the way. The bottom line is had the parents not been so strict, the teenagers would have had a normal dating life, the parents would have met any potential dates, they would know her comings and goings and she would have never needed to sneak out, leaving her in a dangerous position. Strict parents often do not know where their kids are and what they are really doing because they are forced to be sneaky and tell lies. That is simply not better parenting than allowing and accepting open communication in the household.

  2. Just watched living with the enemy and I did feel that Beth’s parenting style actually endangers the children. Oftentimes parents that are super strict end up not knowing where their children are because of the kids inability to be open and honest with their parents because of repercussions. Often those parents truly do not know what is going on in the kids world. Those kids end up keeping secrets and sneaking out. My step cousin was murdered because she snuck out to meet a boy from MySpace. The parents had no idea she was out at 2 in the morning and the younger sister had to go to pick up her sister at 5 am. She was not there and had to come home and let the parents know what happened. The older sisters body was found in the desert a couple months later. The murderer was an engaged 24 yr old man with a baby on the way. The bottom line is had the parents not been so strict, the teenagers would have had a normal dating life, the parents would have met any potential dates, they would know her comings and goings and she would have never needed to sneak out, leaving her in a dangerous position. Strict parents often do not know where their kids are and what they are really doing because they are forced to be sneaky and tell lies. That is simply not better parenting than allowing and accepting open communication in the household.

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