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When Does ‘Every Breath She Takes’ Premiere on Lifetime? How to Stream Online

Lifetime’s spring movie lineup continues with tonight’s Every Breath She Takes, a new thriller starring Tamala Jones as Jules, a wife who’s blamed for setting the fire that ends up killing her abusive husband Billy (Brian White). The blame doesn’t lead to jail, though. It’s just some town gossip that haunts her every single day — just like the visions she keeps having of Billy. When her insurance says that the fire was intentionally set, though, Jules starts to wonder if the gossip is true. If she can’t trust her own memories, then what can she trust?

Every Breath She Takes also features an all-star supporting lineup including sitcom legends Tisha Campbell and Jackée Harry.

If you’re looking for information on watching Lifetime’s Every Breath She Takes, we’ve got all of those details covered. Here’s everything you need to know about watching and/or streaming Every Breath She Takes on Lifetime.

What time does Every Breath She Takes premiere on Lifetime?

Every Breath She Takes debuts on Lifetime on Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m. ET. You can also stream the movie live and online via Lifetime’s website — if you have a cable login.

If you don’t have a cable login, you can always watch Lifetime’s content as it airs via the following live TV streaming services: frndly, Hulu, Sling TV, and Philo.

When will Lifetime rerun Every Breath She Takes?

Following the premiere of Every Breath She Takes on Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m. ET, the movie will re-air on Lifetime at the following times:

How to stream Every Breath She Takes

If you missed Every Breath She Takes on Lifetime, you can still stream Every Breath She Takes online. You will be able to stream Every Breath She Takes on Lifetime’s website for free (with ads). You can also stream it on-demand via frndly, Hulu, Sling TV, and Philo.

Jackée Harry
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Who is in the Every Breath She Takes cast?

Tamala Jones (Rebel) plays Jules Baker; Tisha Campbell (My Wife and Kids) plays Det. Charice Walker; Brian White (Ray Donovan) plays Billy; Lamon Archey (Days of Our Lives) plays Paul Jones; Brooklyn Sudano (Cruel Summer) plays Dana Marks; Tuc Watkins (Uncoupled) plays Ron Winslow; Nikki Blonsky (Hairspray) plays Maria Bonilla; Jai Rodriguez (Uncoupled) plays Devin; and Jackée Harry (Sister Sister) plays Linda Moss.

Is Every Breath She Takes based on a true story?

As with plenty of Lifetime movies, Every Breath She Takes uses a real event as a springboard into a brand new story. And while we can’t say for sure that Every Breath She Takes was inspired beat by beat by this real event, it’s possible that the film drew some inspiration from the real story of Francine Hughes.

Hughes was an ex-wife and mother who set her live-in, ex-husband on fire and burned down their house in response to 13 years of mental, physical, and sexual abuse. Even though the couple divorced in 1971, James “Mickey” Hughes moved back in with his ex-wife and their children mere months later after a car accident left him in need of care. From there, Mickey abused Francine, killed their daughter’s kitten, and forced Francine to burn her textbooks from the secretarial course she’d enrolled in. Prior to setting the fire on the night of March 9, 1977, Mickey had physically kept Francine from making dinner for their children, berated her for attending school, and threatened her life after she called the police. The police didn’t do anything, though, because Mickey didn’t abuse Francine in front of them. After the police left, Mickey raped Francine.

After this, Francine poured gasoline around Mickey’s bed and set it on fire, burning him and the house down. Meanwhile, Francine drove her children to the police station where she confessed. She was ultimately found not guilty by reason of temporary insanity.

Every Breath She Takes premieres on Lifetime on Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m. ET.

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