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UP Movie 'Lyfe's Journey' Premieres Tonight, Stars Keith Robinson, Angell Conwell, Richard T. Jones

Lyfe's Journey premieres October 26 on UP.
UP TV Original Movie Lyfe’s Journey, premieres Sunday, October 26 at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. The film stars Keith Robinson (Get on Up), Angell Conwell (The Young and the Restless, Family Time), Richard T.Jones (Judging Amy), Judi Blair (Love Always), Erica Page (The Game), Ahmed Lucan (Homeland), Jennifer Gullick (Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues), DeEtta West (Between Sisters) and newcomer Rylei I. Nooks.

David Lyfe (Robinson) is a successful bank manager and family man who lives the simple life with his beautiful, pregnant wife, Tricia (Conwell), young daughter Allison (Nooks), and terrific friends John (Lucan) and Cindy (Gullick) Reynolds.

David (Keith Robinson) and Tricia (Angell Conwell).
In a bad economy, his blissful life turns inside out as he eliminates numerous jobs and loyal staff he has put in place, only to receive his own pink slip when the merger finalizes.

Stunned, David ends up in the hotel bar, where he meets Amy (Page), a lonely, friendly stranger, and ends up making a decision that soon becomes the catalyst for sending his life into a downward spiral.

Eventually, he meets Pastor Taylor (Jones) and his 20-something daughter Sam (Blair), who show him kindness and that everything in life has a purpose. David discovers his own purpose and realizes that his life – and forgiveness – is worth fighting for.

Watch a sneak peek of Lyfe’s Journey below:

Lyfe's Journey is directed by Ryan Richmond, produced by Eric Tomosunas, David Eubanks and Keith Neal, with a script by Corey A. Prince.

The cast includes Karon Riley (UP's forthcoming Marry Us For Christmas), who stars as Rob White, the bank executive responsible for the merger and layoff of David and his staff.


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