Does anyone in V.C. Andrews’ world know who their actual mother and father are? Lifetime’s BC-filmed Dawn series concludes tonight with Part 4: Midnight Whispers, starring Megan Best as Dawn’s daughter Christie.
BC-filmed V.C. Andrews’ Dawn Part 3: Twilight’s Child, with Stargirl’s Brec Bassinger, premieres on Lifetime.
VC Andrews’ Dawn Part 2: Secrets of the Morning, with Stargirl’s Brec Bassinger and SAG-AFTRA President herself Fran Drescher, premieres on Lifetime.
BC-filmed V.C. Andrews’ Dawn movie series, starring Stargirl’s Brec Bassinger and Donna Mills, premieres July 8th on Lifetime.
Brec Bassinger is back in metro Vancouver to film Twilight’s Child, the third movie in Lifetime’s V.C. Andrews’s Dawn Cutler series, after learning the sad news this week that DC Stargirl will end with season 3.
Will STARGIRL’s Brec Bassinger Return to Vancouver For Next Movie in VC Andrews’s DAWN CUTLER Series?
Updated: DC Stargirl’s Brec Bassinger is expected to return to Vancouver for Twilight’s Child, the next movie in Lifetime’s V.C. Andrews’s Dawn Cutler series, followed by Midnight Whispers.
STARGIRL’s Brec Bassinger in Vancouver Filming DAWN & SECRETS OF THE MORNING in VC Andrews’s Dawn Cutler Series
DC Stargirl’s Brec Bassinger has been in Vancouver for several weeks filming Dawn, the first movie in Lifetime’s V.C. Andrews Dawn Cutler series.
The murder is just the beginning. There’s always a motive and Vancouver homicide detective Angie Flynn (Kristin Lehman) will find it. Filming wrapped last Friday on Motive’s thirteen-episode first season.
Motive debuted in a prime but delayed post-Super Bowl slot on CTV to 1.23 million Canadians, the culmination of an unprecedented publicity campaign by CTV for a Canadian show. Normally, only CTV’s American simulcast shows get this scale of rollout. And in a sweet twist, American network ABC has picked up the Vancouver crime drama for broadcast this summer.
Ratings held steady after Motive’s move to its regular 9 p.m. on Sundays slot, dipping for the second episode but rising back over one million for the third episode, to give Canada’s #1 new drama a series-to-date average of 1.06 million viewers.
Instead of a regular whodunit that focuses on who did the crime, Motive is a whydunit that focuses on why the crime was committed in the first place. The Killer and The Victim are revealed to the audience at the top of the show and we follow detectives Angie Flynn (Kristin Lehman) and Oscar Vega (Louis Ferreria) as they uncover the reasons behind the murder.