TONI BRAXTON RETURNS TO LIFETIME FOR THE ANTHOLOGY EVENT SERIES, FALLEN ANGELS MURDER CLUB
This April, Toni Braxton returns to Lifetime, starring as Hollis Morgan, in the Fallen Angels Murder Club anthology movie series. The GRAMMY® winner will, also, executive produce the movie series. Morgan, an ex-con turned amateur detective sets out to investigate a series of murders, at her book club. The first movie of the series, Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For, premieres on Saturday, April 2, followed by Fallen Angels Murder Club: Heroes and Felons, on Saturday, April 9. The movies are based on the books Fallen Angels Book Club by R. Franklin James.
Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For
Premieres Saturday, April 2 at 8/7 C
The members of the Fallen Angels Murder Club must have two things in common - a love for books and have a criminal record. Hollis Morgan (Braxton) meets both requirements. Left holding the bag in an insurance fraud scheme concocted by her ex-husband, Hollis served her time and now hopes the court will pardon her conviction so she can fulfill her dream of becoming a lawyer. But when a member of her book club is murdered in a scene straight out of the previous night’s novel, the detective becomes the subject of police scrutiny and sets out to investigate her fellow club members. After a second book-inspired murder, she quickly seeks to identify the killer before she becomes the next victim. The film, also, stars Eddie Cibrian.
Fallen Angels Murder Club: Heroes and Felons
Premieres Saturday, April 9 at 8/7 C
The members of the Fallen Angels Murder Club must band together again as they search for answers surrounding the death of one of their own. Hollis finds herself at the center of the investigation when a journalist reporting on the murder, also, winds up dead. As bodies begin to stack up, and Hollis connects the dots, she must solve the murders before it’s too late. Kelly Hu, also, stars.
Both films are produced for Lifetime by Brain Power Studio and executive produced by Beth Stevenson, Nancy Yeaman, Toni Braxton and Rhonda Baraka. The films fall in line with Lifetime's Broader Focus initiative to support the hiring of women in essential production roles. Both films are written, executive produced and directed by Rhonda Baraka.
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