Rob Lowe and Lauren Holly Star in Lifetime Movie Network's 'Ann Rule's Too Late to Say Goodbye'
All New Original Film Based on Best-Selling Book Premieres November 7, 2009
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 7 -- Looks prove to be deceiving on Saturday, November 7 at 8pm ET/9pm PT as Lifetime Movie Network debuts the screen adaptation of Ann Rule's best-selling book Too Late to Say Goodbye. Rob Lowe (The West Wing, Brothers and Sisters) stars in the film inspired by the true story of an outwardly charming couple whose deceit and secret affairs result in fatal consequences. Ann Rule's Too Late to Say Goodbye will premiere on Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime's sister network and the second highest rated women's channel.
ABOUT TOO LATE TO SAY GOODBYE
Jenn and Bart Corbin (Lowe) appear to have the perfect marriage. Bart is a pillar of the community and has a bright future as a successful dentist. Wedded bliss, though, is not always what it seems, as Jenn discovers Bart's affair with a beautiful co-worker. Distraught, Jenn turns to the Internet, where she makes a connection with a charming mystery man. When Jenn is found dead - apparently the result of a devastating suicide - her loving sister, Heather (Holly), insists that Jenn would never have willingly taken her own life and left her children without their mother. Did Jenn really commit suicide? Could the killer possibly be her online suitor, who may not be exactly the person Jenn had imagined? Or could the killer be her husband, who has some dark secrets of his own?
ABOUT THE PRODUCTION
Ann Rule's Too Late to Say Goodbye is produced by Darius-TLTSG 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. Norma Bailey (The Capture of the Green River Killer) directs the script from screenwriters Adam Till (Billable Hours, Leo), Fabrizio Filippo (Billable Hours, The Human Kazoo) and Donald Martin (The Christmas Choir, The Staircase Murders) 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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*Among channels with at least 51 million households.