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Lifetime Movie 'Kept Woman' Premieres Tonight, Stars Courtney Ford, Shaun Benson, Andrew W. Walker and Rachel Wilson

Kept Woman premieres February 28 on Lifetime.
The World Premiere of Kept Woman airs Saturday, February 28 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime. The film stars Courtney Ford (Revenge, True Blood), Shaun Benson (Defiance, General Hospital), Andrew W. Walker (Against the Wall, Maybe It's Me) and Rachel Wilson (Republic of Doyle, The Kennedys).

Jessica (Courtney Ford)and her fiancĂ© Evan (Andrew W. Walker) just moved from the city into their dream home on a quiet suburban street. Soon after, Jessica catches her seemingly friendly new neighbor, Simon (Benson), in a strange lie and can't let her suspicions rest. The danger escalates when Simon lures her inside his home and imprisons Jessica in his secret bunker, meticulously decorated in the idealized style of the 1950s. Here she meets Robin (Rachel Wilson), a woman who's been held captive by Simon for several years and brainwashed into living as his faithful companion - a fate that is now set for Jessica unless she can somehow find a way to escape from Simon’s time-warped prison. Inspired by true events.

Watch a sneak peek below:



Kept Woman was directed by Michel Poulette, and written by Doug Barber and James Taylor Phillips.

The cast includes Troy Blundell, Jesse Camacho and Matt Enos.

Comments

Anonymous said…
I missed the part where he gets caught! Someone please tell me how she gets free and they catch him!
katie said…
She has him eat pie with his fingers...then when he uses the key pad she can tell what the code is.
Anonymous said…
Anyone know the names of the songs that comprise the soundtrack?

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