Lifetime's 'Psycho BFF': Release date, plot, cast, trailer, and everything you need to know about the thriller
The tv film arrives this Friday and is sure to thrill viewers with its twisted coming of age story riddled with paranoia and fear.
Juliana Destefano, Alexandra Doke, and Lauren Esposito are coming together to form a golden trio of Psycho BFF for the upcoming movie of the same name. Directed by Jared Cohn, the Lifetime Movie Network (LMN) film arrives this Friday and is sure to thrill viewers with its twisted coming-of-age story riddled with paranoia and fear, as three friends navigate the harsh realities of possessiveness and psychotic outbursts that come with friendships. Here's all you need to know about it.
'Psycho BFF' releases on October 17, at 8pm ET/PT only on Lifetime.
According to the official synopsis provided by A+E, "When Renee’s shy teenage daughter Deandra (Destefano) finally makes a friend, Olivia (Doke), she is thrilled. After Olivia’s initial bossiness turns into emotional abuse, Renee forbids the relationship from continuing, prompting the girls to run away together. Renee embarks on a desperate search for her daughter, before she’s gone for good."
Produced by the company called The Asylum, 'Psycho BFF' comes from director Jared Cohn -- a film director, screenwriter, and actor whose other works include 'Buddy Hutchins', 'Atlantic Rim', and 'Born Bad'.
Juliana Destefano stars as Deandra who learns the difficult lesson on being BFFs the hard way. Alexandra Doke plays the emotionally manipulative and abusive Olivia, while Lauren Esposito as their third friend, Lilith. Kate Watson plays Deandra's mother, Renee, and is joined by Paige McGarvin as Adele; Dominic Pace as Coach Diller; Jordy Tulleners as Jake; Tiana Tuttle as Liberty; and Anthony Quinn Williams as Mr. Mather.
Unfortunately, Lifetime hasn't released a trailer yet. Watch this space for more updates:
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