A firefighter gives his profession a bad name when he dangerously obsesses over a girl in the newest 2021 all-new Lifetime Movie, Burning Little Lies. The premiere date and time is Saturday, May 8th 2021 at 8/7c exclusively on the Lifetime Channel cable TV channel.
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Lifetime’s story synopsis for Burning Little Lies is short and to the point:
“A woman falls for a handsome firefighter after he rescues her from a suspicious car crash. But her life spins into tragedy after his seemingly overprotective behavior burns through her life.“
The Burning Little Lies Lifetime TV is directed by John Murlowski with a story by Emilio Martinez and screenplay by John Murlowski. It was filmed entirely in California.
The cast includes Annika Foster (Modern Family), Ashlynn Yennie, Mark Hapka, and Jamie Roy.