If you aren’t filled in on the college admissions scandal, Lifetime has your back. The network has announced plans to release a two-hour dramatic film about the scandal, tentatively given the straight-forward title “College Admissions Scandal.”
Viewers can expect a film focusing “on the story that captivated a nation where over 50 privileged and elite individuals from across the country were exposed for criminally conspiring to influence the undergraduate admissions decisions at some of America’s top schools.” So far, there’s no word on the premiere date or who will star.
As you may recall, Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman have both been charged in the case. This Lifetime film will also focus on “two wealthy mothers” involved in the scandal, and eventually “must face the consequences.”
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