This is the fact-based made-for-TV movie of Laurie Kellog, who was accused of the murder of her husband Bruce in May 1992, told in flashbacks while she's waiting for her judgment. When she ... See full summary »
Michael Toshiyuki Uno
A wealthy businessman is accused of murdering his wife to collect insurance money to pay gambling debts. Although his three sons initially believe his innocence, his actions and court evidence soon begin to prove otherwise.
David Barry Gray
The harrowing true account of Steven Stayner, who was kidnapped by a perverted pseudo-priest and his lackey during the 1970s. As he gets older, he realizes that he needs to try to make an escape and get back home.
Meredith Baxter miraculously makes us feel some sympathy for the spoiled former wife of attorney Daniel Broderick even in this sequel to the original television film. Betty is now in prison for murdering her husband and his new wife in their bedroom. It's hard to feel sympathy for a woman who was getting $16,000 a month in alimony and living in a million-dollar home overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Regardless, Betty was determined to win the divorce even if it meant killing Dan and his wife and going to prison for the crimes. She wasn't going to be embarrassed but she did the same to her husband and her own family. Judith Ivey plays the prosecutor in the case. Kelli Williams returns as does Stephen Collins. I get the feeling that they had so much fun making the original that they returned to the sequel. Most of the original cast is back in the sequel.
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