The upcoming release of Lifetime’s new thriller, ‘Who Wants Me Dead?’, finds the main character Carlyn taking up the responsibility of taking care of her niece, Zoey, until she realizes there’s another person who wants that role because of Zoey’s inheritance. The film is also known as ‘The Daughter Stalker’ and ‘Long Lost Sister.’
‘Who Wants Me Dead?’ is set to release on January 17, 2020
Carlyn was separated from her estranged sister Nikki in foster care and they haven’t seen each other for a while. After the death of Nikki, Carlyn finds out that according to Nikki’s will, she’s named to be the guardian of Nikki’s adopted daughter Zoey. Moving across the country to make sure her sister’s wishes were made true, Carlyn realizes that Zoey was left a huge inheritance. She also finds out that someone else wants custody of the now rich child and won’t let Carlyn be an obstacle anymore.
The main cast of the thriller includes Karynn Moore (‘Jane by Design’), Rosalie McIntire (‘My Killer Client’), Juliet Rusche (‘Underdog’) and Robert Adamson (‘Young and Restless’) The movie also stars Jade Harlow, Catherine Carlen and Billy Armstrong.
Karynn Moore is known for her role as Regina Crane on ABC Family’s ‘Twisted’, ‘The Devil Within’ (2010), and ‘Water for Elephants’ (2011). She plays the role of Marilyn in ‘Who Wants Me Dead?’
Robert Gillespie Adamson is most popularly known for his role as Noah Newman in ‘The Young and the Restless.’ His other roles include Phil Sanders in ‘Hollywood Heights’ and Charles Antoni on ‘Lincoln Heights.’ He plays the role of Corey in ‘Who Wants Me Dead?’
‘Who Wants Me Dead?’ is directed by Lisa France (‘Getting On’), produced by The Cartel and written by Sandra Bailey.
The trailer of the movie has not been released yet. Lifetime has posted a promo of the upcoming thriller. You can check it out here.
Where to watch
Catch the thriller, ‘The Daughter Stalker’, on January 17 on Lifetime.
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