Bus Stop Premieres Thursday, April 28 at 10/9c 19-year-old Jennifer Asbenson loves her job, but can never seem to make it to work on time. Her boss gives her an ultimatum – show up or risk being fired – but, Asbenson misses the bus again and must either face her boss’s ultimatum or take a ride from a stranger. Will she be able to survive the consequences?
My Sister’s Keeper Premieres Thursday, May 5 at 10/9c 19-year-old Wendy Morrison is excited to join her friends after getting off of work at a local diner. Her excitement is cut short when a stranger on the road cuts her off and kidnaps her at gunpoint. As Wendy is forced to endure hours of torture, she knows she must to stay one step ahead of her abductor in order to save her own life.
Crazy in Love Premieres Thursday, at May 5 at 10:30/9:30c Hard working 19-year-old Karol Klei loves her job working night shifts at a local superstore, and has made friends with her coworkers- including Mitch, a shy guy who seems harmless. But a year later, when Mitch appears outside of Karol’s job with a gun pointed at her head, could she even comprehend the dark twisted reality he had created and the plans he had in store for her?
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