When Zoe's sister, Rachel, ends up dead from an apparent suicide, Zoe takes it upon herself to find out the truth. Through Rachel's diary Zoe is able to follow a trail to a world of nightclubs and the secrets they hold.
"Christmas is fast approaching and years of long workdays employed at New York's top corporate law firm are about to pay off now that Lucy Toomey (Ali) will be made partner after the New ... See full summary »
To pay for college, Business major TRINA (19) goes live with her unique dating website UPFRONT. UPFRONT becomes a huge success, though Trina soon learns that her site is being misused as a ... See full summary »
After the suicide of her fiancee, Skye, a struggling writer, mentors Lifetime Psycho Holly. Skye rips off Holly by stealing her work, unaware that Holly knows a lot more about her and has a devious plan.
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A young girl from the Brooklyn housing projects goes from the subway to the runway becoming one of the most sought after models in the fashion industry. But in the high stakes world of ... See full summary »
Hailey's niece tells her that her music teacher, the main force behind collecting funds for school repairs, wanted to talk to her as an ex prosecutor. As she's missing, Hailey investigates and finds blood. Police interviews all teachers.
A mall manager is tasked with cancelling the leases of underperforming stores at Christmas. She soon finds herself falling for the nephew of a store owner as he helps his Aunt try to make it through the holidays.
Tatyana Ali has come a long way since playing the little sister type in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." I've seen her in film projects that demonstrate that she is growing as an actress. Unfortunately, the script for "Second Sight," a starring vehicle for Ali, just doesn't measure up. Ali plays Clara, a teacher who has visions about a kidnapped child who attends her school. Similar to most movies in this genre, Clara has trouble getting anyone to believe her visions are actually legit. There are a few twists but overall the film fell flat about halfway through because it gives away too much too soon. This TV One original movie will probably be shown on Lifetime somewhere down the road but frankly, it's not even as good as a Lifetime movie. Ms. Ali deserves a better vehicle to show what she can do as an actress.
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