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LMN Movie 'Deadly Daycare' Premieres Tonight, Stars Kayla Ewell, Christy Carlson Romano, Bryce Johnson

Deadly Daycare premieres December 28 on LMN.
LMN Movie Deadly Daycare premieres on Sunday, December 28 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Kayla Ewell as Rachel (The Vampire Diaries), Christy Carlson Romano (Kim Possible) as Gabby, Bryce Johnson as Daniel (Pretty Little Liars), and Ariella and Isabella Nurkovic as Mia.

After a few years of financial hardship, a young mother (Ewell) decides to go back to work to help her husband Daniel (Johnson) with the mounting bills. With no one to watch their 4-year-old daughter Mia, the couple decides to enroll her into the local daycare center owned by a seemingly responsible older woman, Gabby (Carlson Romano). After a few weeks of Mia's awkward behavior, Rachel concludes her daughter may be getting mistreated at the day care facility. Going on the offensive, Rachel decides to plant a hidden camera hoping to incriminate Gabby. Rachel's plan hits a snag when she learns Gabby is actually the victim of a car crash that Rachel was involved in years ago and her motives may be tied to the accident.

Watch a sneak peek below:



Deadly Daycare was written and directed by Michael Feifer.

The cast includes David Ulmer, Tyler Ryce, Kimberly Arland, Caia Coley, Thomas Bell, Michelle DeFraites, Robert Wu, and Ian Stanley.

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