Adapted from Ann Rule’s true crime anthology Last Chance, Last Dance, Lifetime’s new film 12 Desperate Hours follows Val, a mother who finds herself and her young children hostage by Denny when he is inside her after a murder House invades earlier that day.
12 Desperate Hours, starring Samantha Mathis, Harrison Thomas and David Conrad, will premiere tonight, Saturday, February 25 at 8 p.m. on Lifetime, while the film premieres on Lifetime for those who enjoy the traditional If you’ve cut cables and opted for a streaming service, you can catch the real crime drama live on Philo (free trial) and Sling TV.
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For those without wires, watch with these streaming services
You can watch it on Philo, an entertainment streaming service that offers 60+ channels and a free trial. The film will also air on Sling TV.
About the film
According to the official Lifetime synopsis, “Adapted from Ann Rule’s true crime collection Last Chance, Last Dance, this Lifetime original follows Val (Samantha Mathis), a mother who takes herself and her young children hostage by Denny (Harrison Thomas) finds her as he forces his way into her home after committing a murder earlier that day. To save her and her husband Mark (David Conrad), who should be home any minute, Val offers to drive Denny wherever he wants and becomes his unwilling accomplice as he sets a course for destruction. Despite the traumatic events, Val forms a relationship with her captor and uses the relationship to save the lives of bystanders, herself, and even her captor’s life. (2023).”
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