Hunting Season is a new thriller movie that is set to air on Lifetime Television tonight. Hunting Season, which is directed by Keith Samples, first aired in Spain in September, 2013. Written by Cheryl Guerriero and Keith Samples, Hunting Season tells the story of a woman who inherits a rustic home from her grandmother, which may have a violent past. According to the Internet Movie Database (IMDB), the cast stars Lauren Lee Smith as Samantha Davis, David Sutcliffe as Mike Davis, Peter MacNeill as Jack, Sarah Manninen as Katie, Chelah Horsdal as Nancy, Kris Holden-Ried as Jason, Brian Markinson as Sheriff Emmitt, Max Martini as Young Jack, Shawn Doyle as Charlie, John B. Lowe as Gerald Morris, Mike Bell as Attorney, and Daniel Macivor as Dr. Martin.
The following is the Hunting Season Lifetime movie plot, according to Red Arrow International.
In Hunting Season‘s movie plot, we meet Samantha and Mike Davis, a couple who is under a lot of pressure to conceive a child together. So when Samantha hears that her grandmother has left her a house in the country, it seems like a pleasant surprise that will give her a much needed break from thinking about a baby. The thing is — Samantha was raised by her grandmother and has never heard anything about the mysterious house that has been in the family for the past three decades. Puzzled by the home’s history, Samantha decides to do a little digging to find out why this home was kept a secret. Meanwhile, her husband, Mike, is trying to find out how to make money off of the home and believes that selling it will be the best thing to do.
As Samantha busies herself with fixing up the 30-year old property, she comes across an old box filled with photos and home videos of family members that she doesn’t recognize. Troubled by what she’s found, Samantha decides to go to the local library, where she comes across information that indicates that her parents did not die in a fire as she was led to believe — and that something more devastating happened all of those years ago. Could the town sheriff know more about the three-decade old mystery? And could Samantha’s research of the family’s history put her in danger?
The following is Actress Lauren Lee Smith’s biographical information, as stated at BuddyTV.
“Canadian actress Lauren Lee Smith was born on June 19, 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She was educated at Henry James Cambie Secondary School but traveled a lot with her family, eventually settling down in Los Angeles, California at the age of 14. She began her modeling career there, but soon found her way to acting.() Lauren Lee Smith obtained her first film role in the remake of Get Carter() it slowly became known for her recurring role on Showtime’s The L Word.() She has appeared in Lie with Me, Dragon Boys, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”
Filmed in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Lifetime’s Hunting Season is produced by Inferno Pictures and is executive produced by Cheryl Guerriero. Here is some information about Inferno Pictures Inc.
“Inferno has developed a reputation as a dependable production service company to both foreign and domestic producers. The principals of the company have been involved in numerous projects encompassing a wide array of financing structures. Whether it’s creative development of film, television, and digital media projects; providing efficient and professional business affairs consulting; running a project through prep, into production, and completing post-production; or securing financing in the form of tax credits and/or equity, Inferno is a solid and reliable production partner.”
The Lifetime movie thriller, also known as Temporada de Caza, entertains themes of ghosts, murder, and the paranormal. Hunting Season airs on Lifetime Television this Sunday, March 20, at 8 p.m. central with an encore on Monday, March 21, at 12 a.m. Last week, Lifetime premiered The Stepchild.
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