Kristen Vaganos stars in Lifetime’s Secret Society of Lies where a woman discovers a fraternity is up to no good and targeted to keep quiet. She’ll be on defensive from them and more when the thriller premieres Sunday, February 19th, 2023 at 8/7c on the Lifetime channel.
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About Secret Society of Lies
Lifetime’s description for Secret Society of Lies is as follows. “Targeted by a secret fraternity, a brilliant student tries to expose the young men and end their reign of power. However, she soon realizes that the frat has ties to high-ranking officials who are willing to do whatever it takes to keep her quiet.”
The cast of Secret Society of Lies includes Kristen Vaganos, Luke Stafford, Azizi Donnelly, Justin Berti, and Kate Schettler.