Girl power is being taken up a notch in the upcoming television film A Killer in My Home, which boasts two of the most talented actresses in daytime: Bree Williamson (ex-Claudette Boland, General Hospital; ex-Jessica Buchanan, One Life to Live) and Mishael Morgan (Amanda Sinclair, The Young and the Restless).
The film centers on Williamson in the role of Allison Winters, whose life goes to shambles after her husband Ryan suffers a heart attack and makes a deathbed confession of having a secret second family. As if the startling news isn't enough for Allison and their daughter, Hollie, to handle, their life becomes a terrifying nightmare when Ryan's other family infiltrates their home, insists on becoming a part of their lives, and begins terrorizing Allison's friends, one of whom is played by Morgan.
Over the summer, both Morgan and Williamson shared photos of themselves on the set of the movie via Instagram, revealing that they bonded not just as costars but also as workout buddies.
Bree Williamson won the hearts of daytime fans while playing One Life to Live character Jessica Buchanan from 2003 to 2012. After OLTL's cancellation, she went on to play General Hospital character Claudette Boland in 2016 and has appeared on television series like Private Eyes.
Mishael Morgan played the role of The Young and the Restless' Hilary Curtis from 2013 to 2018 and returned to the CBS soap opera in 2019 as a new character named Amanda Sinclair. Some of her other credits include Hometown Holiday, Backpackers, Supernatural, and Total Recall.
Check out the trailer for A Killer in My Home below and let us know what you think in the Comments section at the end of the article.
A Killer in My Home premieres February 28 at 8/7c on Lifetime Movie Network. It will also be rebroadcast on March 1 and March 2. Check your local listings for the times and channel in your area.
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