Gina Gershon Leads Cast of 'Ann Rule's Everything She Ever Wanted'
AN ALL-NEW LIFETIME MOVIE NETWORK ORIGINAL MINISERIES BASED ON BEST-SELLING BOOK
Premiering in Two Parts on NOVEMBER 14 and NOVEMBER 15, Miniseries Co-Stars RYAN McPARTLIN, VICTOR GARBER and RACHEL BLANCHARD
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 7 -- Get caught in a web of murder and lies as Lifetime Movie Network premieres the film adaptation of one of best-selling author Ann Rule's most popular crime books, Everything She Ever Wanted. Gina Gershon (Showgirls, Face/Off, Bound), Ryan McPartlin (TV's Living with Fran, TV's Chuck), Victor Garber (TV's Alias, Milk) and Rachel Blanchard (TV's Clueless, TV's 7th Heaven) star in the two-night, miniseries event. The highly-anticipated production is inspired by the true story of a Southern husband and wife whose storybook wedding signals the beginning of a nightmare marriage that is ultimately upended by greed and violence. Part One of Ann Rule's Everything She Ever Wanted will premiere Saturday, November 14, at 8pm ET/9pm PT, and Part Two will premiere Sunday, November 15, at 8pm ET/9pm PT, on Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime's sister network and the second highest rated women's channel.
ABOUT ANN RULE'S EVERYTHING SHE EVER WANTED
With her younger husband, Tom (McPartlin), by her side, Pat Allanson (Gershon) is determined to become part of Atlanta's elite high society. When she convinces him to spend all of his money on a lavish Southern plantation, Tom is pushed to his financial limits. He is forced to ask his estranged mother for money and to confront his disapproving father (Garber). But, nothing is ever enough to satisfy Pat's overwhelming greed, and, soon, her insatiable thirst for power and status reaches a dangerous pitch. It seems that no one, not even her own sister (Blanchard), is safe when Pat Allanson doesn't get her way.
ABOUT THE PRODUCTION
Ann Rule's Everything She Ever Wanted is produced by Darius-ESEW Productions and premiering on Lifetime Movie Network. Nicholas Tabarrok (Coopers' Camera, Jack and Jill vs. the World) produces. Stanley M. Brooks (2009 Emmy Award nominee Prayers for Bobby, The Capture of the Green River Killer) executive produces with Jim Head (Gym Teacher: The Movie, Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness). Damian Ganczewski (2009 Emmy Award nominee Prayers for Bobby, Broken Trail) and Juliette Hagopian (The Capture of the Green River Killer) co-executive produce. Peter Svatek (Proof of Lies, Girl's Best Friend) directs the script from screenwriter Michael Vickerman (The Haunting of Sorority Row) based on The New York Times best-seller by Ann Rule.
ABOUT LIFETIME MOVIE NETWORK
Lifetime Movie Network is the #2 women's channel, behind only its sister network Lifetime Television. The first three-quarters of 2009 were the Network's most watched nine months of any year in both Total Day and Primetime among key demographics, including Households, Women 18-49, Women 18+, as well in Prime among Women 18-34 and Women 25-54.
In 2009, Lifetime Movie Network's slate of 16 original movies includes Natalee Holloway, which premiered on April 19 and broke all Lifetime Movie Network records, becoming the number one original movie in the Network's eleven year history. Other films scheduled to debut on the Network include The Wronged Man, starring Julia Ormond and from producer Gale Anne Hurd; and two films adapted from best-selling books by author Ann Rule - Ann Rule's Too Late to Say Goodbye, featuring Rob Lowe, and the miniseries event Ann Rule's Everything She Ever Wanted, with Gina Gershon and Victor Garber. Additional movies include Christmas Hope, based on the third novel of Donna VanLiere's best-selling Christmas trilogy. This year, Lifetime Movie Network reached more than 72 million U.S. subscribers, making it the industry's fastest growing channel.(*)
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