With The Young and the Restless' Lily Ashby in prison, there hasn't been much of a chance for fans to see popular portrayer Christel Khalil on their screens. Luckily, Lifetime is featuring the actress in a film this weekend.
Khalil, who recently dropped to recurring status at Y&R, is starring opposite General Hospital's Haley Pullos (Molly Lansing-Davis) and Days of our Lives' Lauren Koslow (Kate Roberts) in Sorority Stalker, which premieres this Saturday, November 10, at 8PM ET.
"I'm so excited to share with you all that this Saturday I'm in a new movie on lifetime called Sorority Stalker!" Khalil shared on social media. "Make sure to watch or set your DVR!!!"
Sorority Stalker follows Pullos as Taryn, a young woman reeling from a devastating breakup. Aya (Haley Webb) invites her sorority sister into her home and life to help her recover, but it turns out that Taryn isn't really her sister. Rather, she's a former foster child who would do anything -- including kill -- to create the family bond she's been desperately seeking her entire life.
Sorority Stalker (originally titled No Good Deed) was directed by Craig Goldsmith and written by Sandra Bailey (who also plays Vicky in the film).
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