A psychopathic neighbor wants to steal a new family for herself in the next Lifetime Channel original movie, Next Door Nightmare. The family she’s after will have to go to extreme lengths to keep her from succeeding.
The premiere date and time for Next Door Nightmare 2021 movie is Saturday, July 24th at 8/7c on the Lifetime Channel cable TV channel.
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Lifetime’s story synopsis for Next Door Nightmare reads:
“When young couple Sarah and Kyle move next door to Helen, a charismatic older woman, they have no idea she’s a deeply disturbed psychopath who will stop at nothing to become Sarah’s surrogate mother, and grandmother to the child she is expecting.“
The Next Door Nightmare TV movie is a Canadian production that is rated TV-14. It is written by Stephen Romano and directed by Gordon Yang.
Starring in Next Door Nightmare are Julia Borsellino, Mark Taylor, Deborah Grover, Michelle Chiu, Cait Alexander, and Marium Carvell.