In the next Lifetime original summer movie The Virgin Sinners, seven schoolgirls find themselves the target of a psycho killer. They wouldn’t be targeted had a prank not gone horribly wrong.
The premiere date and time for the The Virgin Sinners Lifetime movie is Saturday, August 14th at 8/7 exclusively on the Lifetime cable TV channel.
If you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, find out how to stream and watch The Virgin Sinners online free without cable either live or anytime after it premieres.
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The Virgin Sinners Lifetime Movie Preview
Lifetime’s story synopsis for The Virgin Sinners reads:
“Seven schoolgirls, part of a clique dubbed The Sins, become the lethal target of an unknown killer after a harmless prank goes horribly wrong.“
The Virgin Sinners ensemble cast features Kaitlyn Bernard, Brenna Llewellyn, Brenna Coates, Keilani Elizabeth Rose, Jasmine Randhawa, Carly Fawcett, and Natalie Malaika.
The previous Lifetime Saturday night movie was Psycho Storm Chaser, also now available to watch on Philo with a free trial.