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TONIGHT: Y&R’s Lauralee Bell In Lifetime Movies, ‘Nightmare Tenant’

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Friday night, catch The Young and the Restless‘ Lauralee Bell (Christine) in her new Lifetime Movie,, “Nightmare Tenant”. (8pm ET/7PM CT)

In it, Bell play a single mother, Carol Allen, who’s a doctor and her daughter is heading off to college.

During an interview with Soap Opera Digest, Lauralee shared: “The daughter is very concerned because she doesn’t want her mom to be all alone in this big house, so she suggests, ‘Why don’t you grab some college student here in town to live with you, so you’re not alone?’ The next day at work, Carol is examining a young patient with a very sad story.”

From there the story takes a dark and scary turn!  Lauralee was also executive producer on the Lifetime Movie.

Check out this preview of tonight’s premiere below.  Then let us know, will you be checking out Nightmare Tenant featuring Lauralee? Comment below.

Who is this girl? 👀 Check out this sneak peek of #NightmareTenant with @LauraleeB4real before the premiere at 8/7c. pic.twitter.com/bzWiO4HNss

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Not a fan of Young and the Restless however I do love a good Lifetime Movie this looks to be a good one.I dont get why some people hate Lifetime movies,they are always interesting.If you like suspense and mysteries you will love these kinds of movies.Got to love the womans name who Lauralee is playing lol

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I just heard about this movie. Will it be shown on Lifetime Movies again? If so, when?

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As for the former pro athletes in the cast; those slots belong to: former NFL linebacker of the Baltimore Ravens, Ray Lewis, and former NBA player (and former hubby to Khloe Kardashian) Lamar Odom.

On the pro dancer side, this season will mark the return of Peta Murgatroyd who last competed three seasons ago, as well as newcomers Daniella Karagach and Pasha Pashkov. In addition, the cast will include the steps of: Brandon Armstrong, Lindsay Arnold, Alan Bersten, Cheryl Burke, Witney Carson, Val Chmerkovskiy, Sasha Farber, Jenna Johnson, Keo Motsepe, Gleb Savchenko and Emma Slater.

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Now, any General Hospital fan knows that if there is skullduggery and evil going down, Helena Cassadine (whether dead or alive) is usually somehow involved when it comes to the lives of certain people in Port Charles.

And … some major storyline news from TV Line reveals that on next Monday’s August 19th episode of the ABC soap opera, Constance Towers reprises her role as the evil one herself … Helena!

Apparently, look for Helena to appear in a flashback with none other than Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) and about Drew Cain’s time in Afghanistan.  That scene might hold a key to just what Shiloh wants now that he has implanted Drew’s memories into Franco (Roget Howath), thanks to Dr. Cabot’s work.  But could what is revealed also relate to the story that will see Billy Miller (Drew) exit the canvas later this month? Stay tuned.

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Not only will the Younger performer category be gender-inclusive, but network soap performances will be combined with digital drama series performances for the category.  Previously, for this past Daytime Emmys, NATAS had changed the Guest Performer in a Drama Series to be gender-inclusive.

This category was initially created in 1985 when it was called the Outstanding Ingenue and then from there tweaked into Outstanding Juvenile Female and Male, and more recently that morphed into the Younger Actor and Actress categories.

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