Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Four Nora Roberts Films Debut on "Lifetime"

Now for some prime-time soapy goodness. Best-selling novelist Nora Roberts has four movies adapted from her books that will appear on the Lifetime television network this month, and it features some of your favorite stars:

Heather Locklear ("Melrose Place") and Jonathan Schaech ("That Thing You Do!") star in "Nora Roberts' Angels Fall," about a woman who survived a mass murder at a restaurant and is trying to rebuild her life only to find herself involved in another mystery. The movie premieres Jan. 29th at 9 p.m.

John Corbett ("Sex and the City"), Ashley Williams ("Good Morning, Miami"), Charlotte Ross "NYPD Blue" and "Days of Our Lives"), and Golden-Globe winning actress Diane Ladd star in "Nora Roberts' Montana Sky." In this adaptation, three half-sisters meet for the first time after their father passes away. They learn they must live together for a year in order to receive their inheritance. The movie premieres Feb. 5th at 9 p.m.

Alicia Witt ("Cybill"), Matthew Settle ("Brothers & Sisters"), Scott Bakula ("Quantum Leap") and Talia Shire ("Rocky") star in "Nora Roberts' Blue Smoke," about a young lady who is an arson investigator and faces the challenges of a seemingly unstoppable inferno. The movie premieres Feb. 29 at 9 p.m.

Claire Forlani ("Meet Joe Black"), Oliver Hudson ("Rules of Engagement"), and Jacqueline Bisset ("The Deep") star in "Nora Roberts' Carolina Moon," about a young woman who returns to her hometown to confront her childhood demons. The movie premieres Feb. 19 at 9 p.m.