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Lifetime Television for Women Poll

Do You See Yourself Watching More Lifetime?

First there was the major news that Bravo's groundbreaking (in the fierceness department) show Project Runway may be moving to Lifetime. This took a lot of people by surprise but started to reveal a new strategy by the network looking to woo the young and the hip. And I have to admit, I've been a little skeptical about this. This is, after all, the channel that practically invented the cheesy made-for-TV movie.

Then I spotted a press release about a TV movie starring Mena Suvari titled, "Sex & Lies in the City." Whoa. Really? Of course, it may end up being just like this Tori Spelling-strips-to-classical-music bit, but still. . . Is this you, Lifetime?

What do you think? If you weren't already, can you see yourself tuning into Lifetime regularly?


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MrsWalsh07 MrsWalsh07 8 years
I completely agree with AKirstin - why does every lifetime movie have to feature a woman who escapes an abusive husband/boyfriend/father etc etc? Stupid. That said, Project Runway is my favorite show, and if I must watch it on Lifetime, then I will. But they better not expect me to start tuning in for their crap movies and "The Nanny" marathons.
AKirstin AKirstin 8 years
Lifetime insults my intelligence, and why do they seem to love showing movies where women are battered and victimized?
zombielove zombielove 8 years
long as they dont mess with my golden girls...i dont care.
Allyace Allyace 8 years
I'll watch Lifetime for PR but nothing else and when they eventually destroy PR I'll never watch again.
Silverlining10 Silverlining10 8 years
I only like Lifetime for their Golden Girls reruns. Their movies and shows have never appealed to me.
ediebaby ediebaby 8 years
what the flip! i love the lifetime movie network. i like the old movies like from the 90's or 80's and their ALWAYS based on actual events or true stories LOL. i know their corny but i love'em.
kastarte2 kastarte2 8 years
Lifetime is only good for sitcom reruns. Where else would I get my regular "Golden Girls" and "Will and Grace" fixes? The cheesy silly made for tv movie kinda turned me off from the network a long time ago.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
Maybe. I never watch Lifetime however I might check Project Runway out on there.
fashion4ward fashion4ward 8 years
Sadly, it looks like I will be, what with PR moving. But I've always hated the concept of a "women's network..."
alysun alysun 8 years
I agree with everyone who says they will only watch project runway. That is it for me too.
mrscaru mrscaru 8 years
I don't watch Project Runway... but I love Army Wives. I also watch Golden Girls reruns every now and then! I'm young but not hip!
Cherylish Cherylish 8 years
I agree, I'll watch Project Runway, but probably won't bother with the other shows.
JaeB JaeB 8 years
Also would watch Project Runaway. Will glance at anything else interesting, though. I'm not a big television watcher anyway, though.
californiagirlx7 californiagirlx7 8 years
I only watch Will & Grace reruns on Lifetime, and that's about it. I'll probably watch it if Project Runway is on it though.
juliarose23 juliarose23 8 years
i would watch project runway....but i don't really want to see anything else on that channel...
thorswitch thorswitch 8 years
I'll probably watch PR - at least a bit of it to see if they've managed to avoid screwing it up too much. Last I heard, Heidi and Tim are the only ones who are signed to move with the show, and even the producers who created the show won't be moving to Lifetime with it - they're staying with NBC Universal (which owns Bravo) exclusively, as I understand it. Of course, Lifetime has only managed to create 2 series that I liked at all, and one, "Missing" (I never saw the 1st season when it was called "1-800-Missing) and that only lasted 2 seasons, and then "Blood Ties" which they pulled after only 1 season.
radarkitty radarkitty 8 years
Same here Jillz!
Jillz1128 Jillz1128 8 years
I will watch Project Runway, but other than that I probably wouldn't watch anything else.
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