Ah, infidelity and forbidden love. Where would Lifetime be without you? This week’s Lifetime movie plays directly to the network’s strengths and it’s right there in the title. Infidelity in Suburbia debuts on February 25 at 8 p.m. ET. Read on for a preview of the movie.
Infidelity in Suburbia is one of those movies where the title gives it all away. Of course, the film centers on infidelity. Sarah Butler (I Spit On Your Grave) stars as the married woman committing the act in the title, by sleeping with an “irresistibly hot private contractor” played by Marcus Rosner (Hallmark’s Framed For Murder: A Fixer Upper Mystery) while her husband (Christmas List‘s Peter Benson) is away at work. There’s bound to be a murder at some point in the two-hour film.
The film was directed by prolific made-for-TV movie director David Winning, who directed eight movies that aired in 2016 alone, including The Rooftop Christmas Tree and Who Killed My Husband?. Christie Will, who also wrote and produced 2015’s Her Infidelity, wrote the movie.
PREMIERE DATE: Saturday, February 25, 2017
TIME: 8 p.m. ET
Sunday, February 26 at 12:02 a.m. ET
Sunday, February 26 at 7:00 p.m. ET
Sunday, February 26 at 11:02 p.m. ET
CHANNEL: Lifetime (To find out what channel Lifetime is for you, click here to go to TVGuide.com and change your provider under “TV Listings.”)
PLOT: “Infidelity in Suburbia follows the story of Laura (Sarah Butler) who decides to take on a home renovation project to cure her boredom while her husband is at work and son is at school. Sparks fly between her and her contractor Vince (Marcus Rosner), and he soon fulfills Laura’s forbidden dreams. But when Laura decides to end their affair, Vince’s builds a secret room in Laura’s home where he can keep her all to himself.”
Sarah Butler as Laura Halpern
Marcus Rosner as Vince
Peter Benson as Greg Halpern
Arlo Hajdu as Jamie Halpern
Miranda Frigon as Mira
Jay Hindle as Bill
Directed by David Winning
Written by Christie Will
Executive Producers: Timothy O. Johnson, Christie Will and David Winning
Produced by Oliver De Daigney
Production Company: Annuit Coeptis Entertainment II