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Lifetime’s ‘A Rose For Her Grave’ Inspired By Ann Rule Novel

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Lifetime is adapting another Ann Rule true-crime novel with their newly greenlit movie, A Rose For Her Grave. This thriller stars  Chrishell Stause (Young And The Restless, Days of Our Lives), Colin Egglesfield (Something Borrowed, The Client List),  and Laura Ramsey (White Collar, Hindsight).

In the vein of their Ripped From The Headlines movies, this thriller follows the crimes of notorious serial wife-killer Randy Roth. Most of all, this is about the fearless woman who finally brings him to justice.

What Is Lifetime’s A Rose For Her Grave About?

According to The Futon Critic, just after “the death of her husband, single mom Cindy (Ramsey), finally finds love again with mechanic Randy Roth (Egglesfield) but her wedded bliss soon turns dark when she discovers another side of Randy.”

“Despite the pleas of her best friend Lori (Stause) to leave her marriage, Cindy never gets that opportunity after she drowns during a trip to a lake with Randy, and the kids. Emotionless following Cindy’s death, Randy orders her immediate cremation, takes custody of Cindy’s kids and attempts to collect on her life insurance policy. Determined to honor Cindy and find the truth, Lori uncovers more of Randy’s past, discovering that Cindy may not have been the first wife murdered at his hands.”

Colin's Lifetime look-
Colin’s Lifetime look-

When Can You Watch A Rose For Her Grave?

Lifetime’s A Rose For Her Grave will premiere in 2023. They began shooting the movie on Thursday.

Lifetime’s Greenlights Bring 10 Ann Rule Movies To Television

In addition to the other recent Lifetime greenlit movie, Desperate Hours, the network will have adapted 10 of Anne Rule’s true-crime works.

Here are some of the other Lifetime movies adapted from Ann Rule’s works: Too Late to Say Goodbye starring Rob Lowe, Hunt for the I-5 Killer starring John Corbett, Everything She Ever Wanted starring Gina Gershon, Capture of the Green River Killer starring Tom Cavanagh, Sleeping with Danger, which was adapted from Mortal Danger, starring Elisabeth Röhm, Circle of Deception, which was adapted from Practice to Deceive,  starring Diane Neal, and directed by Ashley Williams,  A Murder to Remember, which was adapted from Empty Promises and directed by Robin Givens, and A House on Fire, which is adapted from Bitter Harvest and starring Stephanie March.

Chrishell goes natural for Lifetime-
Chrishell goes natural for Lifetime-

Chrishell Stause And Colin Egglesfield Working Together Again

On Thursday, Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause shared this big news on her Instagram.

“I’m so excited to announce that I’m currently filming a @lifetimetv upcoming movie, inspired by the best-selling true crime novel written by Ann Rule, A Rose for Her Grave! You will get to see me in a way you definitely haven’t before😳♥️ Let’s dooooo this! #truecrime#lifetime”

Colin replied, “Thrilled to be working together again!!! Have missed you!! 💜😊🎥🎬”
Chrishell replied back, “@colinegglesfield Sooo excited! AMC alum fam 👊🏼🥰♥️”
It turns out that both starred in All My Children between 2005-2009. She remained on the series until 2011, while he moved on to Melrose Place right afterward.
Colin posted on his Instagram, “Thrilled to be shooting this incredible @lifetimetv film with my beautiful pal @chrishell.stause! Stay tuned for some behind the scenes action! Day 1 today! 🎥⭐️💫🎬 #acting #actor #actr #agileartist #onset #day1 #filming#lifetimetv #annrule.”
Similarly, Chrishell responded, “Reunited and it feels so good🎶🥰♥️”
Finally, what is also reunited is Chrishell and her natural hair. She shared on her social media, “No blowouts here!”

Which is your favorite Lifetime Ann Rule true-crime adaptation?

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