Lifetime Original Movies are coming

The Lifetime Network has become and institution for made-for-television movies. Warner Home Entertainment will be revisiting some of these films with the DVD releases of I Do (But I Don’t) and Plain Truth.

Inspired by the best-selling Jodi Picoult novel of the same name, Plain Truth tells the story of an Amish girl who is charged with the murder of her baby. A newborn is found dead in a serene, simple Amish farming community. Was it a tragic accident, or could it be murder? That’s the shocking question facing high-profile criminal lawyer Ellie Harrison, who ditches her self-indulgent city life to head to rural Pennsylvania. Ellie must defend an 18-year-old Amish girl, Katie, who stands accused of killing her baby. Despite the surmounting evidence, the teen insists that she was never pregnant. While trying to learn her client’s secrets, Ellie is forced to live with the Amish and attempts to break down the barriers of this very private society.

The DVD will contain trailers, cast and crew interviews and deleted scenes.

I Do (But I Don’t) follows the story of Lauren, a wedding planner who has a knack for arranging other couples’ happily-ever-afters but seems to flounder at romance in her own life. But then the lovelorn Lauren meets hunky fireman Nick Corina. Has she finally met the man of her dreams? Or will she be stuck planning Nick’s wedding to the most psycho bride of them all?

The DVD similarly contains deleted scenes interviews with the cast and crew and trailers.

Both DVDs are set for a release on April 26th with a suggested retail price of $19.98.

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