Patricia Velasquez, Kelly Hu and Shannen Doherty star in the new Lifetime movie, List of a Lifetime. It is sure to be a tearjerker as a breast cancer patient lives out her bucket list with the help of her daughter she previously gave up for adoption.
In some respects this film taps into the real life struggle actress Shannen Doherty had with stage 4 breast cancer in real life. Shannon can also be seen in Lifetime Channel’s Dying to Belong, which premiered a day prior.
The List of a Lifetime movie premiere date and time is Saturday, October 9th at 8/7c on the Lifetime cable TV channel.
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Lifetime’s story synopsis for List of a Lifetime 2021 reads, “Brenda Lee is diagnosed with breast cancer and is prompted to look for the daughter she gave up for adoption decades ago. After finding Talia and sharing her devasting news, Talia convinces Brenda to make a bucket list of everything she wants to do, promising to help her complete everything on the list.”