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'Megachurch Murder' Premieres February 7 on Lifetime, Stars Tamala Jones, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Michael Beach, Shanica Knowles, Romeo Miller, Corbin Bleu and Dawnn Lewis

(L to R) Corbin Bleu and Michael Beach star in the all-new movie Megachurch Murder, premiering Saturday, February 7 at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime. Photo by Toni Scott Copyright 2015
Lifetime Original Movie Megachurch Murder premieres Saturday, February 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Tamala Jones (Castle), Malcolm-Jamal Warner (The Cosby Show), Michael Beach (Sons of Anarchy), Shanica Knowles (Jump In!), Romeo Miller (Honey), Corbin Bleu (One Life to Live) and Dawnn Lewis (A Different World).

Inspired by Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and set in a modern African American church, Megachurch Murder tells the story of Hannah's (Knowles) life going off the rails after her father, Hamilton Spears (Warner) passes away in a cycling accident. The only thing keeping Hannah’s life together is her new boyfriend, Oliver (Miller). Hannah soon finds evidence pointing to a church conspiracy and threats towards her father, determined to prove that Hamilton’s death was in fact murder. As she gets closer to the truth, she realizes her own mother, Martha (Jones) and her boyfriend’s father, Clay (Beach) may be involved in the death of her father.

The cast includes Nic Robuck (One Life to Live), Stephen Snedden (The Lone Gunemen) and Rachel Perry.

Check out more photos from Megachurch Murder below along with a behind the scenes video.

Tamala Jones stars in Megachurch Murder. Photo by Toni Scott Copyright 2015

(L to R) Shanica Knowles and Romeo Miller star in Megachurch Murder. Photo by Rick Friesen Copyright 2015

Malcolm-Jamal Warner stars in Megachurch Murder. Photo by Rick Friesen Copyright 2015


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