Lifetime movies are my guilty pleasure. Where they lack in production costs, they make up for in drama and suspense. It also seems like anytime there's a real life scandal that happens, Lifetime is quick (like, really quick) to turn into a movie for the small screen. For example, the college admissions scandal and mostly recently, the Lori Vallow Daybell murder case.

JJ and Tylee, were first reported missing from their Idaho home in the Fall of 2019. Lori Vallow Daybell was arrested and charged with the murder of her children after the kids’ remains were found last year on Chad Daybell’s property in Idaho. In addition to the murder chargers, Lori and her husband were also indicted late last month on conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, grand theft by deception, grand theft, and insurance fraud. The couple was said to be involved in a doomsday prepper cult anticipating the end of the world.

The most insane and controversial part of all of this that Lori hasn't even been found guilty yet! More importantly these victims have not have had the chance to receive proper justice.

Is it too soon for Hollywood to dip their paws in this? We all know that the Lifetime network will be making profit meanwhile it hasn't even been a year since the murders. Personally, I could see a documentary being made, ok. But a whole movie for pure entertainment purposes??

Doomsday Mom: The Lori Vallow Story will premieres on Saturday, June 26 at 8/7c. Do you plan to watch?

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