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Life Sentence 

TV-PG | | Comedy, Drama | TV Series (2018)
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When Stella finds out her terminal cancer is cured, she must learn to live with all the choices she made when deciding to live like she was dying.
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2018  
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Series cast summary:
Lucy Hale ...  Stella Abbott 13 episodes, 2018
Elliot Knight ...  Wes Charles 13 episodes, 2018
Jayson Blair ...  Aiden Abbott 13 episodes, 2018
Brooke Lyons ...  Elizabeth Abbott Rojas 13 episodes, 2018
Carlos PenaVega ...  Diego Rojas 13 episodes, 2018
Nadej K. Bailey ...  Sadie Carter 13 episodes, 2018
Gillian Vigman ...  Ida Abbott 13 episodes, 2018
Dylan Walsh ...  Peter Abbott 13 episodes, 2018
Joseph Frangie ...  Cafe Script Writer 12 episodes, 2018
Riley Smith ...  Dr. Will Grant 9 episodes, 2018
Dominique Lucky Martell ...  Fiona Rojas Abbott / ... 9 episodes, 2018
Sebastian Vargas Sebastian Vargas ...  Frank Rojas Abbott / ... 9 episodes, 2018
Shannon Chan-Kent ...  Finley 7 episodes, 2018
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Storyline

Stella (Lucy Hale) has lived the last 8 years of her life making everyday count. 8 years ago she was diagnosed with cancer, but when she finds out that her cancer has been cured, she struggles to make some life choices. How do you make choices when there isn't a weight on your shoulders anymore?

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cured of cancer | See All (1) »

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Life is what you make of it

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Comedy | Drama

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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According to a post on Lucy Hale's Instagram account, filming for season one wrapped on January 13, 2018. See more »

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Featured in WatchMojo: Top 10 Worst TV Shows of 2018 So Far (2018) See more »

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A Fast-Paced Hot Mess
8 March 2018 | by lotsofjcmediaSee all my reviews

This show starring Lucy Hale has comedy potential, but the story most certainly is all over the place. You kind of get a headache when you are taken along for the ride with Stella (played by Hale) and discover with her all the secrets her family kept to themselves while she was sick. There are sweet messages dropped in throughout the pilot and crazy interactions between siblings, parents, etc. but nothing to really grab onto except for Stella's humorous marriage relationship. Wes (played by Elliot Knight) and Stella were probably the best part of the series beginning. Her readjustment for the future basically drives the show...however I'll mention once again that Hale and Knight are the real gems. All the other characters make for okay curveballs as the series tries to continue, though they tug more at your pity than your funny bone. Also, the medical aspect of the series and how Stella is cured from her cancer does a fine job of throwing in a unique angle at how to perceive "living" and takes away the dark and off-putting circumstance that cancer can be. Instead, Life Sentence chose to approach cancer in a more light-hearted way that causes you to view the disease as a hurdle rather than an antagonistic monster...not allowing cancer the satisfaction of winning (something I appreciate).


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English

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7 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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