Four college sorority sisters go on a “Black Greek” beach weekend that is intended to be fun and relaxing. When a devastating catastrophe changed the course of their lives and put their friendships to the test 15 years ago, the friends pledged the Alpha Beta Omega sorority together. The interesting story all this happened in Lifetime’s Line Sisters Here (tvacute.com) is everything you need to know
Lifetime’s Line Sisters Release Date
Lifetime‘s Line Sisters premieres tonight at 8/7c. With a Philo subscription, you may see this new film for free. It will air again at 6 p.m. 19th of February.
Lifetime’s Line Sisters Cast
Starring…Professional Valerie is played by LeToya Luckett, and Drew Sidora Cassandra is played by Kierra Sheard-Kelly Ta’Rhonda Jones, a gospel singer, and actor. Drew Sidora plays Dominique. Ta’Rhonda Jones portrays Simona.
Line Sisters Plot
Line Sisters follows four sorority sisters- Valerie (LeToya Luckett), Cassandra (Kierra Sheard-Kelly), Simona (Ta’Rhonda Jones) and Dominique (Drew Sidora) – as they reunite at a Black Greek Weekend celebration held on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Having pledged the Alpha Beta Omega Sorority, Inc., they share more than the bonds of sisterhood, after the mysterious death of the dean of pledges 15 years prior. But the past comes knocking on their door as they arrive on the island and strange and inexplicable things begin to happen to each one of them, threatening to unearth the deadly secret that may tear them apart.
Where is Lifetime’s Line Sisters shot?
The film was shot in Wilmington in 2021, and it includes scenes from downtown and the University of North Carolina Wilmington campus. It’s the latest Wilmington-shot picture to hit the big screen in 2022, following a year in which the film industry shattered records both locally and statewide.
D’Angela Proctor and Leslie Greif executive produce Line Sisters, which is produced by Big Dreams Entertainment in partnership with Undaunted Content for Lifetime. From a script by Jasmine S. Greene and Scott Mullen, Tailiah Breon directs.