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Lifetime Movie 'Seeds of Yesterday' Premieres Tonight, Stars Rachael Carpani, James Maslow, Jason Lewis, Sammi Hanratty and Anthony Konechny

Seeds of Yesterday premieres April 12 on Lifetime. Photo by James Dittiger Copyright 2015
The premiere of Seeds of Yesterday airs Sunday, April 12 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime. The film stars Rachael Carpani, James Maslow, Jason Lewis, Sammi Hanratty and Anthony Konechny. The movie is the final installment in V.C. Andrews' bestselling series that began with Flowers in the Attic, Petals on the Wind and If There Be Thorns.

The saga of the tormented Dollangangers comes to an end in Seeds of Yesterday, in which the family continues to coexist miserably. The film follows Cathy Sheffield's (Carpani) two adult sons, Bart (Maslow) and Jory, half-brothers with little in common whose lives are fueled by deeply troubled relationships, dark secrets and misfortune that come to a head in a way that will haunt the family and its progeny forever.

Watch a sneak peek below:



Seeds of Yesterday was written by Darren Stein. Shawn Ku directed.

The cast includes Leah Gibson as Melodie, and Nikohl Boosheri as Toni.

RELATED:
* 'Flowers in the Attic' Locks in 6.1 Million Viewers
* Lifetime Movie 'If There Be Thorns' Stars Heather Graham, Rachael Carpani and Jason Lewis

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