LUCY LIU STARS IN LIFETIME MINISERIES EVENT MARRY ME PREMIERING DECEMBER 12 AND 13
This is one miniseries that I can not wait to see. Just reading about the how somehow has grabbed my attention and I now have a reminder set on my cable box. Check out the press release below.
ALL-STAR CAST INCLUDES STEVEN PASQUALE, BOBBY CANNAVALE, ENRIQUE MURCIANO AND ANNIE POTTS
LOS ANGELES, CA (November 16, 2010) – Award nominated film and television actress Lucy Liu (Ally McBeal, Charlie’s Angels) stars in the Lifetime Television original miniseries event Marry Me, the story of
one woman’s journey to find her elusive “Prince Charming.” But when she happens to find three at the same time, who she ultimately chooses is a surprise…even to her. The two night event premieres Sunday, December 12th and concludes on Monday, December 13, airing at 9pm ET/PT on both
nights. Steven Pasquale (Rescue Me), Bobby Cannavale (The Other Guys), Enrique Murciano (Without a Trace), Annie Potts (Law & Order: SUV), Vanessa Marano (Dexter), Elizabeth Bogush (Big Bang Theory) and Danielle Nicolet (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation) also star.
Liu stars as Rae Ann Carter, a single aspiring artist-turned-social worker who always wanted a fairytale romance – to fall madly in love and live happily ever after. But when her two-year relationship falls apart,
Rae unexpectedly falls for a new man, Luke (Pasquale), who asks her to marry her after a few short dates. Just as everything seems to fall into place for Rae, her ex-boyfriend Adam (Cannavale) suddenly reemerges into her life with a proposal of his own. Things get even further complicated when a third man (Murciano), smitten by Rae, enters the picture and asks for her hand in marriage, as well. With three men after her heart, who will be Rae’s Prince Charming? Five-time Emmy® Award nominee Barbara Hall (Judging Amy, Joan of Arcadia), who wrote the teleplay, executive produces the four-hour romantic comedy with Susanne Daniels (The Lone Ranger, Hidden Hills). James Hayman (Ugly Betty) directed and co-executive produced the miniseries. Marry Me is produced by Sony Pictures Television for Lifetime.
I don't think there has been one miniseries on Lifetime that I have not liked. I watch these during what I like to call "Mom Time". lol Someday I am sure that the 2 youngest of the house will learn that "Mom Time" doesn't involve them sitting on my lap, eating my popcorn, or stealing drinks of my Mountain dew. But until then, I will cherish the cuddles and quiet time.
If you watch the show, please let me know your opinions.