Alicia Leigh Willis, Ashley Jones, Laurie Fortier and Emily Skinner star in the all-new 2021 Lifetime Movie, Saving My Daughter. It’s a haunting tale of a mother whose daughter disappears as a very young child and then again as a young adult.
The Saving My Daughter movie premiere date and time is Friday, April 16th at 8/7c on the LMN (Lifetime Movie Network) cable channel. Find out how to stream and watch Saving My Daugther online free without cable either live or after it premieres.
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The official synopsis for Saving My Daughter reads as follows, “Fifteen years ago, Joanna’s life was turned upside down when her three-year-old daughter, Chloe, went missing for six months before being returned. Even though Chloe is now eighteen, Joanna struggles to put the whole ordeal behind her. However, one night, Chloe once again turns up missing. Joanna finds herself searching again for answers and determined to find out if her daughter left of her own volition or has she been kidnapped yet again, and if so, is it at the hands of the woman who abducted her all those years before or someone else… and why?”