May TV Movie Roundup

May 2019- TV Movie Roundup

I’m a little late with the round up this month! Plus we don’t have that many movies this month. Enjoy!

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Am I a Serial Killer?

Premieres: May 10th, 8/7c. ET on Lifetime Movie Network

Stars: Monroe Cline, Crystal Allen, Jhey Castles, and Andrew Lauer

Synopsis (Via Lifetime)

After a teenager reaches out to her estranged mother who is doing time in prison for a double homicide, a string of copycat murders leads her to believe that her mother is innocent… and that the real killer is now targeting her.


I feel like you should know if you are a serial killer or… have killed someone. This trailer is real dumb. “Give me the cleaver.” Haha, how about, “Put a cork in it”

Homekilling Queen

Premieres: May 11th, 8/7c on Lifetime

Stars: Ashley Jones, Kaitlyn Bernard, Kayleigh Shikanai, Krista Bridges, and Jennifer Dale

Synopsis (Via Lifetime)

Christa Bright is an aspiring personal stylist who has an instant connection with new client Kat Niven, a shy woman who needs help gaining confidence. But when Kat’s admiration for Christa turns into plain obsession, Christa begins to get suspicious. She soon discovers that Kat is her fianc Jack’s ex-girlfriend and she’s trying to become Christa in a demented ploy to win Jack back for good.


Even though it is prom queen season NOT homecoming season. I’ve been needing a highschool killer movie, so. “Pour it up”

A Feeling of Home

Premieres: May 11th, 8/7c on Hallmark Channel

Stars: Jonna Walsh and Nathan Parsons.

Synopsis (Via Hallmark)

Host of a New England web series, Abby is set to launch her own line of home products. All she needs is a few more authentically northeastern webisodes and the deal is done. But Abby’s roots are actually in Texas, and now she must return to her dad’s ranch to help him. Surprised to find her former boyfriend Ryan is the ranch manager, Abby is soon swept up in their old chemistry. Torn between her Texas roots and her New England aspirations, Abby must decide where she belongs – with work in the northeast, or deep in the heart of Texas.


Texas Forever? This isn’t Friday Night Lights. “Put a Cork in It”

Killer Grandma

Premieres: May 12th, 8/7c on Lifetime

Stars: Kelly Sullivan, and Nana Visitor

Synopsis (Via Lifetime)

Melissa, a happily married woman with an eight-year-old daughter invites her husband’s mother to live with them. However, Melissa comes to realize that Grandma is unhinged and wants to kidnap Melissa’s daughter to replace her own dead child.


The title alone is an automatic. “Pour it Up”

Hailey Dean Mysteries: A Prescription for Murder

Premieres: May 12th 9/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Stars:  Kellie Martin and Viv Leacock.

Synopsis (Via Hallmark)

Psychologist and former prosecutor Hailey Dean aids her friend Detective Garland Fincher in investigating a rapidly growing string of murders at Atlanta Memorial Hospital when Fincher’s girlfriend Dr. Meghan Phillips is named a suspect in the first killing. As the list of suspects grows with each new victim’s death, Hailey’s keen investigative skills, her uncanny ability to read people, and her passion for justice lead her through a labyrinth of clues that eventually point to the killer. But when she gets too close to the truth, Hailey becomes the killer’s next target for murder.


Kellie Martin was a TV queen in the 90’s, but almost 30 years later she has gotten pretty boring. Plus why does she do these movies, but never Christmas Hallmark Movies? “Let it Breathe.”

Sailing into Love

Premieres: May 18th 8/7c on Hallmark Channel

Stars: Leah Renee and Chris McNally.

Synopsis (Via Hallmark)

Biology teacher Claire is a bridesmaid and conducts a class on Blue Island. Claire takes action when she learns her former boyfriend works for the developer building a resort on Blue Island.


THIS MAN IS A HUNK. “Pour it up!”

Love in the Sun

Premieres: May 25th, 8/7c on Hallmark Channel

Stars: Emeraude Toubia and Tom Maden.

Synopsis (Via Hallmark)

A dating app creator finds her views on love challenged when she returns home to Florida and reconnects with her high school sweetheart.


Happy to have a new POC on the Hallmark scene. We all know that Hallmark can’t get tech right. “Let it Breathe”

Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal

Premieres: May 27th, 8/7c on Lifetime

Stars: Charlie Field & Tiffany Smith

Synopsis (Via Lifetime)

“Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal,” the sequel to the 2018 hit movie, continues the love story of newlyweds Prince Harry (Charlie Field, “Genius”) and American actress Meghan Markle (Tiffany Smith, “Supernatural”), pulling back the curtain to reveal the untold joys and challenges of life inside the Royal Family during their pivotal first year of marriage. Beyond blending their families and cultures, Harry and Meghan’s core values are put to the test as they try to find the balance between honoring Royal tradition and staying true to their beliefs.


A sequel without the original actors, Murray Fraser and Parisa Fitz-Henley, had me nervous at first. But after watching the trailer I’m fine with the recasting. It is more about recreating the infamous looks of the royal couple and then wildly speculating about what happened behind closed doors. “Pour it Up”

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