Lifetime Sets Two New Films Ann Rule Novels
Lifetime has announced two new television films, "A Rose For Her Grave" and "Desperate Hours," both of which are based on novels by Ann Rule.
Chrishell Stause of "Selling Sunset" fame, Colin Egglesfield, and Laura Ramsey star in "A Rose For Her Grave," which follows serial wife-killer
Randy Roth versus the woman who finally takes him to punishment. Gina Gershon will direct "Desperate Hours" for the first time
. The film stars Samantha Mathis, Harrison Thomas, and David Conrad. The screenplay is an adaptation of "Last Chance" by Rule
The film focuses on a mother and her young children who are kept captive by a man who breaks into their home after committing a murder earlier in the day.
WWE announced the hiring of two new executives: Dan Ventrelle as executive vice president of talent and Maurice F. Edelson as executive vice
president and chief legal officer. Ventrelle, formerly the president of the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League