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Lifetime Movie 'The Preacher's Sin' Premieres Tonight, Stars JR Bourne, Allie Gonino, Tara Spencer-Nairn

The Preacher's Sin premieres November 14 on Lifetime. Photo Credit: Distributed by Reel One Entertainment © 2015 – Reel One Films 7 Inc. and NB Thrilling Films 6 Inc.
Lifetime movie The Preacher's Sin premieres Saturday, November 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars JR Bourne (Teen Wolf, Revenge), Allie Gonino (The Lying Game, The Red Road) and Tara Spencer-Nairn (Degrassi).

Evan Tanner (Bourne) is a successful preacher with a popular talk radio show Family in the Forefront and an upcoming book tour. However, the happily married father has a family that is far from perfect. After the death of his sister-in-law, he and his wife took in their rebellious 17-year-old niece Jamie (Gonino) who is spiraling out of control. Under threats from his ruthless boss Bill (Bill Lake), Evan is doing everything he can to keep up the fa├žade of the perfect preacher. But when a son from an extramarital affair shows up, his world begins to implode and Bill is willing to go to any length to protect his investment. Evan- now caught between his family, his career, and his conscience- is faced with a decision that could have tragic consequences.

Watch a sneak peek below:

Written by Kevin Dean and Michelle Mower, The Preacher's Sin was directed by Michelle Mower.

The cast includes Tori Barban, Demi Oliver, Stephanie La Rochelle, Glenn Cashin, Allison Graham, Meagan Brodie, Krista Morin, Trie Donovan, Chris Stuewe, Diane White and Doug Smyth.


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