Are you looking for a movie to watch over the course of the weekend? As per usual, you can count on Lifetime to have your back. The Network occasionally deviates from its typical woman-in-danger and romantic comedy fare to focus on societal issues, such as the fallout that can occur when parents provide alcohol to their little children at a party. When Martha agrees to host her son Dan’s college acceptance party, Kim’s overreaction to Dan’s wandering eye leads her to become drunk, steal the car, and cause a lot of trouble. If you want to know how and where to watch Drunk, Driving, and 17, you’ve come to the right place. Information on how to view or stream this all-too-real story on Lifetime is provided at tvacute.com
Drunk Driving and 17 Release Date
On Saturday, April 15 at 8 p.m. Eastern, the premiere of “Drunk, Driving, and 17′′ will air on Lifetime. Rewatch This Sunday, April 16 at 12 AM ET You can try Philo for free, and Sling TV has special deals as well. TV streaming services: frndly, Hulu. Roku.
[Lifetime] Drunk, Driving, and 17 About
The story of the tragic consequences of underage drinking and social hosting, where adults allow their children to host parties with alcohol with the belief they are safer drinking at home. 17-year-old Kim (Savannah Lee Smith) is every parent’s dream–she’s an honor student, popular, responsible, and bound for Stanford. But when she sees her boyfriend Dan flirting with another girl, Kim makes the worst decision of her life. In the blink of an eye, Kim wrecks the car, and her life, and almost kills a classmate in a head-on collision. While Kim is responsible for her own actions, Dan’s parents, Martha and Tim also face scrutiny and liability by the town and police for allowing alcohol to be served to minors at their home. Michael Michele co-stars. (2023) Watch Preview
Drunk, Driving, and 17 Movie Cast
Savannah Lee Smith as Kim
Michael Michele as Martha
Matt Riedy as the judge
David Shae as Tim
Ethan McDowell as Coach Roberts
Vonii Bristow as Zach
Chantal Jean-Pierre as Robin Summers
Is [Lifetime] Drunk, Driving, and 17 based on a true story?