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Lifetime Movie 'Deliverance Creek' Premieres September 13, Stars Lauren Ambrose, Wes Ramsey

Lauren Ambrose and Wes Ramsey star in Lifetime two-hour event, Deliverance Creek.
Photo Credit: Zade Rosenthal
Best-selling author Nicholas Sparks (The Notebook, A Walk to Remember, Safe Haven) makes his television debut as executive producer of the two-hour programming event Deliverance Creek, premiering Saturday, September 13, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.

From executive producer/writer Melissa Carter (Jane By Design, Little Black Book) and starring Emmy nominee/SAG Award winner Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under), Deliverance Creek is a revenge drama centering on a widow and mother of three who is determined to protect her family and land at any cost during the Civil War. Deliverance Creek also stars Wes Ramsey (CSI: Miami, Guiding Light), Yaani King (Mad Men), Caitlin Custer (Teen Wolf), Christopher Backus (Elevator), Riley Smith (90210), Katherine Willis (Friday Night Lights) and Christopher Baker (Sanctum).

Two years into the Civil War, Belle Gatlin Barlowe (Ambrose) faces uncertainty in the life before her as she attempts to defend her family's land by any means necessary. When the corrupt bank that runs their town pushes Belle into becoming an outlaw, the stakes become personal, setting off a chain of events that force her to question whether it's better to be good or to survive.

Watch the movie trailer below:



Skeet Ulrich (Jericho, Scream), Barry Tubb (Revolution) and Joel Johnstone (The Newsroom) guest star.

Written by Melissa Carter and directed by Jon Amiel (The Borgias), Deliverance Creek is produced by Nicholas Sparks Productions in association with Warner Horizon Television. Carter, Sparks, Theresa Park and Amiel are executive producers. Elise Henderson serves as co-executive producer.

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