Lifetime’s Double Daddy and Discovery’s Life Story are two shows that you don’t want to miss. Double Daddy is a new Lifetime movie that is set to premiere tonight on the channel created for women. Lifetime Television is known for its movies based on true stories and inspired by actual events. Based on a story by Alan Donahue and Barbara Kymlicka, Double Daddy will no doubt keep viewers sitting on the edge of their seats. The movie, which is produced by Shadowland, stars Mollee Gray and Brittany Curran. This latest Lifetime flick comes just after the premiere of The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe.
Double Daddy centers around two teenage girls who are both pregnant by the same baby daddy, and things go terribly wrong after a series of posts on social media. You can watch Double Daddy tonight at 8/7c. Here is the tease.
“When 17-year-old Amanda learns her boyfriend Connor has impregnated a new girl at school, she is shocked…but even more so when she discovers that she too is pregnant! Even though Connor is doing everything he can to be there for both of his teen moms this high school drama is taking social backstabbing to a whole new level.”
If Lifetime’s Double Daddy is not to your liking, flip over to the Discovery Channel to watch an amazing program entitled Life Story: First Steps. The Discovery Channel is reputed for their breathtaking and well-crafted documentaries. Life Story will delve into what life is like for animals from the moment they are created and how they make it in their natural habitat.
In the first episode, Discovery viewers will see how cheetah sisters live in the wildland of Africa. The documentary will take the viewer on the journey of how these cheetah’s overcome problems with catching big game and how they ultimately survive on their own since leaving their mother. The images are crisp and moving, and the scenery is spectacular. The live-action series is narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
Rupert Barrington, Life Story series producer, discusses what it was like making the documentary and how he hopes it will impact audiences, according to Mother Nature Network.
“We hope that if the viewer can get a true sense of how difficult life is in nature for many animals, then they will understand that when animals come under even more pressure due to human-caused habitat degradation or reduction in their numbers then their already difficult lives will become even more challenging. We hope that the audience will gain a real sense of the almost heroic levels of effort and hardship animals will go through in order to create the next generation.”
Life Story airs on Discovery tonight at 9/8c. Be sure to watch this exciting new TV series.
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