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Barbara Hershey to Star in Lifetime TV Movie ‘Left to Die’
by Lesley Goldberg

Barbara Hershey is heading to Lifetime.

The Oscar nominee has been tapped to star in the female-skewing cabler’s original telepicLeft to Die, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Based on a true story, Hershey will play Sandra Chase, a woman who takes an innocent vacation in Ecuador but ends up being wrongly imprisoned for drug trafficking.

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Trafficking in monkey gland extract? What do you think? When Ms. Hershey rubs her cheek, does her hand leave an impression that takes hours to fill back in? Does her cheekbone slide to the side?

God, I really want to know!!!


Lifetime “Rescues” Marc Cherry’s Latest Series

…but who’s going to rescue us?

by Michael Ausiello

ABC’s loss is Lifetime’s gain.

After weeks of negotiations, the cable net has officially handed Marc Cherry’s ill-fated ABC pilot Devious Maids a 13-episode order.

“This show and Marc Cherry’s unique story telling voice perfectly articulate Lifetime’s strategy of attracting top-tier creatives with their most original and exciting projects,” Lifetime prez Nancy Dubuc and EVP Rob Sharenow said in a joint statement.

Loosely based on the Mexican telenovela The Disorderly Maids Of The Neighborhood, Cherry’s Maids follows four ambitious housekeepers (played by Ugly Betty‘s Ana Ortiz, Scrubs‘ Judy Reyes, Heroes‘ Dania Ramirez and Without a Trace‘s Roselyn Sanchez) who work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills.

Soap icon Susan Lucci was on board to play one maid’s employer, while onetime Melrose Place resident Grant Show and True Blood alum Mariana Klaveno would lord over another, as a successful soap opera hunk and his self-centered actress-wife.

Maids is set to make its Lifetime debut in 2013.

From TVLine.Com