Lifetime’s ‘The Walls Are Watching’ Is Cat & Mouse Game

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Lifetime likes to play the classic cat and mouse game. Therefore, you don’t want to miss the premiere of their latest movie, The Walls Are Watching.

This latest thriller stars Branscombe Richmond (One Million Dolla, Hope: A Rambo Fan Film), Lana McKissack (A Christmas Movie Christmas, In Strange Woods), Michael Perl (Deadly Suspicion, Aloha With Love),  Maura M. Knowles (Insult to Injury, Common Ground: The Web Series), Anthony Starke (Hand Of God, The Scorpion’s Tale), and Brandon Ford Green (Law & Order, I’m Dying Up Here).

Jay Black (Love Always, Santa, Psycho Yoga Instructor), and Brian Herzlinger (A Christmas Dance Reunion, Twinkle All The Way) wrote the script. Brian Herzlinger (Aloha With Love, The Holiday Fix-Up) is the director.

What Is The Walls Are Watching About?

According to the Lifetime synopsis, a young couple gets the home of their dreams! They buy it in an auction after the original owner foreclosed.

However, once they move in, their dream of living an endless honeymoon is over. That is because they are terrorized by the former owner of the home.

Now, they feel almost hunted in their own home! The newlyweds are now involved in a game of cat and mouse – Will they survive being hunted by a man who knows every inch of the residence better than they do? This is a guy with nothing left to lose!

When Can You Watch Lifetime’s The Walls Are Watching?

The Walls Are Watching premieres on Saturday, April 30, at 8 p.m., Eastern, on Lifetime

Chris Watts: Confessions Of A Killer, used with permission
Chris Watts: Confessions Of A Killer, used with permission

Start Evening With Chris Watts: Confessions Of A Killer

Everyone loves a Ripped From The Headlines movie. No one will ever forget the horrific story of Chris Watts. Now, watch it on Lifetime!

This movie stars Sean Kleier (9-1-1, Wedding Season), Ashley Williams (Two Tickets To Paradise, Never Kiss A Man In A Christmas Sweater), Brooke Smith (Big Sky, Them), April Telek (Just One Kiss, Supernatural), Chloe Van Landschoot (From, Skin), and Dan Willmott (Fargo, A Shoe Addict’s Christmas).

According to the Lifetime synopsis, When Chris Watts (Kleier) tearfully pleaded to television cameras for the safe return of his missing pregnant wife Shanann (Williams) and their two young daughters, dark secrets loomed just beneath the surface.

As the story spread, hearts went out to the distraught father and husband, who appeared to lead a charmed life. However, days later, after failing a lie detector test, Chris confessed to brutally murdering his family. Slowly, he revealed the horrific details of their deaths.

Friends and family were left reeling, looking for answers as his double life and secret affair came to light.

Chris Watts: Confessions Of A Killer airs on Saturday, April 30, at 6 p.m., Eastern, on Lifetime.

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