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’10-Year Reunion’: Lifetime’s Newest Movie Thriller Digs Up High School Murder, Starring Kayla Ewell, Jillian Nelson

10-Year Reunion is an original new suspense-thriller that will premiere on the Lifetime Channel this weekend for your viewing entertainment. Directed and scripted by Jake Helgren, 10-Year Reunion tells the story of a group of old high school friends who harbor a deadly secret that is revealed at their 10-year class reunion. The Lifetime film stars Kayla Ewell, Jillian Nelson, Johnny Pacar, Anya Engel-Adams, Abigail Klein, Thea Gill, and Bryce Durfee.

Synopsis: 10-Year Reunion Movie on Lifetime

It’s been 10 years, and it’s time for Carly Newman’s high school reunion. She couldn’t be more excited to meet up with Rose, Patty, and Erica, her best buds from high school. When the ladies finally get together after a decade-long separation, they begin reminiscing about the good old days, which included talk of Abby, their best friend who ended up dying at their graduation party years earlier.

Before Abby’s untimely death, Carly, Rose, Patty, Abby, and Erica, wrote down all of their deep dark secrets and allowed Abby to place them in a time capsule. They made a vow not to tell anyone about it and not to speak of it until they come together in 10 years to re-open it.

Now 10 years later, Carly remembers that they all made the pact, and she is dead set on trying to find it. Soon one of the girls comes across an old photo frame that includes a video that Abby recorded before her death. To her surprise, Abby leaves clues about where they can locate their time capsule.

Meanwhile, Carly begins to think back to that night at the graduation party when Abby suddenly collapsed and died. Now, she believes that her death was no accident, and she might have been given a fatal dose of drugs.

The ladies begin to suspect that one of them saw something in the time capsule that revealed the dark secret. Not long after, the group begins to receive ominous threats to leave the secret and Abby buried where they belong.

Will Carly uncover the truth or will she realize that her decision to dig deeper could cost them all their lives at the hands of one of the ladies in her beloved circle of friends?

Cast of Lifetime’s 10-Year Reunion

Actress Kayla Ewell (via IMDB)

“Kayla Ewell was born on August 27, 1985 in Long Beach, California, USA as Kayla Noelle Ewell. She is an actress and producer, known for Lucifer (2015), The Vampire Diaries(2009) and Freaks and Geeks (1999). She has been married to Tanner Novlan since September 12, 2015.”

Actress Kacey Clarke (via IMDB)

“Kacey Louisa Clarke’s acting career began in 1997 when she was just 9. In 2000, Barnfield’s won the role of bully Maddie Gilks in Grange Hill, where she found herself the central role in central plots during her five-year stint on the show, It was Barnfield’s first major acting role.”

Actress Abigail Klein (via IMDB)

“Abigail Klein was born on December 24, 1988 in Dallas, Texas, USA as Abigail Jordan Klein. She is an actress, known for Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), That’s My Boy (2012) and Butterfly Caught (2016).”

Actress Anya Engel-Adams (via IMDB)

“Anya Engel-Adams was born in upstate New York to a Jewish Caucasian mother and an African American father. She grew up as a competitive gymnast for the first 12 years of her life. After landing her first gig as an actress with acclaimed film director Spike Lee, Anya is living in California where she continues to grow as an artist and follow her passion.”

10-Year Reunion was filmed in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California. It is produced by Friends First Films and distributed by Marvista Entertainment. The executive producer credit goes to Fernando Szew and Stephanie Slack.

The Lifetime movie 10-year Reunion shouldn’t be confused with the 2011 movie, 10 Years, starring Channing Tatum, which was also about a group of friends who re-live old times at their class reunion.

A few other class reunion movies that come to mind are Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion (1997), Since You’ve Been Gone (1998), and American Reunion (2012).

10-Year Reunion airs this Saturday at 6/5 p.m. Central on Lifetime. Right after that movie, tune into Little Girl’s Secret.

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