Lifetime Television Celebrates Second Season Return of 'Desperate Housewives' With Weekend of Movies Featuring Series Stars Nicolette Sheridan, Teri Hatcher, Alfre Woodard, Marcia Cross and Felicity Huffman
- Airs Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18 -
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 -- Television's number one rated women's
network salutes television's number one rated series when Lifetime Television
celebrates the September 25 second season return of "Desperate Housewives" by
honoring the stars -- Nicolette Sheridan, Teri Hatcher, Alfre Woodard, Marcia
Cross and Felicity Huffman -- with a showcase of their most popular movies.
The 10-movie tribute airs Saturday, September 17 from 1-11PM (ET/PT) and
Sunday, September 18 from 10:30AM-9PM (ET/PT).
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17:
* "Extremities" airing 1PM-3:00PM
An intended victim manages to escape from her attacker but leaves her
purse behind. Her worst fears are realized when her attacker visits her
at home, but a twist of fate allows her to resist the attack. Starring
Alfre Woodard, Farrah Fawcett, Sandy Martin, James Russo and Diana
* "The Devil's Bed" airing 3:00PM-5:00PM
A young woman returns to town and gets involved with two brothers.
Starring Nicolette Sheridan, Joe Lando, Piper Laurie, Adrian Pasdar,
Richard Roundtree and Brandon Smith.
* "Last Man on the List" airing 5:00PM-7:00PM
Dr. Carter Elson finds a suspicious list of men's names among his wife's
possessions. When Carter discovers his own name at the bottom of the
list, he tries to figure out what the list means before his name reaches
the top. Starring Nicolette Sheridan, John Ritter and Amy Yasbeck.
* "Snap Decision" airing 7:00PM-9:00PM
Inspired by the true story of a woman and her best friend, who are
wrongfully accused of child pornography after innocent photographs of
the woman's two children are developed at a neighborhood photo lab that
reports them to the police. Starring Felicity Huffman, Chelcie Ross and
* "Living in Fear" airing 9PM-11PM
Following the death of his estranged father, Chuck Hausman returns to
his hometown with his wife Rebecca to attend the reading of the will.
When Rebecca discovers Chuck left town twenty years ago after the death
of his first wife, she begins to wonder what happened. Starring Marcia
Cross, Katherine Helmond, William R. Moses, Daniel Quinn and Michele
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18:
* "Miss Evers' Boys" airing 10:30AM-1PM
Best Actress Emmy Award for Alfre Woodard. Based on a true story and
several books. A nurse in the U.S. Government's infamous Tuskegee Study
of Untreated Black Men with Syphilis. She watches as the government
studies hundreds of black men with syphilis and denies them penicillin,
even when it is a widely recognized treatment. Starring Alfre Woodard,
Ossie Davis, Laurence Fishburne and Craig Sheffer.
* "A Time to Heal" airing 1PM-3PM
After a difficult childbirth, Jenny Barton recovers, while her husband
adjusts to his new role as sole caretaker of his wife and children.
Starring Nicolette Sheridan, Gary Cole, Doris Roberts and Lorraine
* "A Touch of Fate" airing 3PM-5PM (Lifetime Premiere)
After Megan is involved in a tragic car accident, Ray helps her with the
resulting legal issues. Their work relationship soon becomes something
more. Starring Teri Hatcher, Jacqueline Anderson, David Andrews, Daniel
Green, Gil Johnson and Robert C. Treveiler.
* "Deadly Visions" airing 5PM-7PM
After losing her eyesight, a woman is given eye transplants to restore
her vision. She discovers that now she possesses the ability to "see"
on a different level and is constantly haunted by the images of the last
moments of her donor's life. Starring Nicolette Sheridan.
* "Deadly Betrayal" airing 7PM-9PM
Donna Randal turns to her daughter's teacher, Alan, for company when her
husband takes a job assignment overseas. When Donna breaks off the
affair, Alan burglarizes her home. Donna becomes determined to bring
Alan to justice. Starring Nicolette Sheridan, Andrew Jackson, Robert
Seeliger and Amanda Tilson.
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