Lifetime’s penultimate episode of their four-part prequel series, Flowers In The Attic: The Origin is called The Murderer. What is next after the tragic ending of the second episode, The Mother? Can Olivia bear anymore?
Starring in this OG tale is Jemima Rooper (Lost In Austen, The Girlfriend Experience), Max Irons (Condor, Terminal), T’Shan Williams (Elle, Ninja Express), Kelsey Grammer (Cheers, Frasier), Harry Hamlin (Unsinkable, Mad Men), Paul Wesley (Vampire Diaries, Tell Me A Story), Buck Braithwaite (Nefarious, Masters Of The Air), Luke Fetherston (Pandora, Almost Never), Kate Mulgrew (Orange Is The New Black, Star Trek: Voyager), Hannah Dodd (Enola Holmes 2), Harlots), Alana Boden (The Bride, I Am Elizabeth Smart), Jordan Peters (After Ever Happy, Masters Of The Air), and Callum Kerr (Monarch, Hollyoaks).
These movies are based on the 1979 V.C. Andrews novel, and this is directed by Declan O’Dwyer (Miss Scarlet And The Duke, Rise Of The Witches).
Ready to learn more about the upcoming installment in the latest saga of the Foxworth family?
What Is Lifetime’s Flowers In The Attic: The Origin, Part 3: The Murderer About?
According to the Lifetime synopsis, Olivia is in for a shock.
After a devastating and unimaginable loss that will haunt her for the rest of time, Olivia (Rooper) finds both her son and daughter in forbidden relationships. She opposes their unions, but as she tries to hold on, more destruction finds her and pushes her further to her breaking point. Finally, blood is on her hands as an old foe’s fate waits to be revealed.
When Can You Watch Flowers In The Attic: The Origin, Part 3: The Murderer?
The premiere of Flowers In The Attic: The Origin, Part 3: The Murderer is on Saturday, July 23, at 8 p.m., Eastern, on Lifetime. The network is also replaying the episodes in order with each new premiere.
In addition, you can go to the Lifetime website to watch this popular series online.
Joel Fetherston Wanted To Play Lifetime Role In Respectful Way
In the upcoming episode of Lifetime’s Flowers In The Attic: The Origin, Part 3, The Murderer, there is a focus on the gay romance between Joel Foxworth (Luke Fetherston), and Harry (Jordan Peters).
Speaking to Attitude, Fetherston revealed that he took the role very seriously. In addition, he prepared for this important role. That is because it took place in the early 20th century, in Virginia. During this time, queer people had to hide their sexuality. Luke wanted to make sure he played Joel authentically.
It carried a lot of weight. And I didn’t realize how much I didn’t know about what people were put through, and what people still are being put through. I did as much research as I could. And I wanted to give that moment in the series as much weight as I believe that it deserves.
His confrontation with Malcolm (Irons) will be a pivotal point in this third movie. You do not want to miss it.
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