Looking for some over-the-top, female-driven drama? These are the best 2000s Lifetime movies, ranked from best to worst by Lifetime original movie fans all over the world. Who doesn't love a good Lifetime movie? Sometimes it's the kind of mindless drama you need to wind down after a long day. Some top 2000s Lifetime movies are about a murder, some are about illicit affairs, but the best of the best obviously include both. Some of these Lifetime Originals even feature major Hollywood stars before they got their big breaks.
What are some of the movies you can expect to see on this best 2000s Lifetime movies list? The 2004 feature, Gracie's Choice, starring Kristen Bell, Anne Heche, and Diane Ladd, is one of the most entertaining Lifetime Network movies of the 2000s. The plot follows a 16-year old girl who will do anything it takes to keep her siblings together, in spite of having absentee parents. Fatal Desire is another good film that aired on Lifetime in the 2000s. Raven-Symone starred as a young women fighting for a racially integrated prom in For One Night, which is worth noting. A Little Thing Called Murder, Too Young to Marry, and The Secret of Hidden Lake are some of the other hilariously dramatic movies on this listWhich would you say are the best Lifetime movies of the 2000s? Take a look at this collection and give the best movies a thumbs up to make sure they end up at the top of this list.
Directed by: Peter WernerGracie's Choice is a 2004 television movie that premiered on Lifetime, written by Joyce Eliason and directed by Peter Werner, and starring Kristen Bell, Anne Heche, Diane Ladd, and Kristin Fairlie.... more
Directed by: Peter LevinHomeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story is an American TV film directed by Peter Levin. It was first released on April 7, 2003 in the United States. This movie is adapted from Liz Murray's... more
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Directed by: Bobby RothReviving Ophelia is a Lifetime Original Movie starring Jane Kaczmarek and Kim Dickens. The title is a reference to the non-fiction book Reviving Ophelia.... more
Directed by: Tom McLoughlinCyber Seduction: His Secret Life is an original Lifetime television movie which was first broadcast on June 20, 2005. It was directed by Tom McLoughlin and written by Wesley Bishop and Richard... more
Directed by: Ralph HemeckerFatal Desire is a made-for-TV film produced by Lifetime Television. It premiered April 3, 2006 on the network and starred Eric Roberts as Joe, an ex-policeman turned casino pit boss in Atlantic City,... more
Directed by: Michel PouletteToo Young To Marry is a 2007 romantic comedy drama film made for television. It involves two 17-year olds, Max Doyle and Jessica Carpenter who think that they are in love and decide to get married,... more
Directed by: Ernest R. DickersonFor One Night is a 2006 film is based on the true story of Gerica McCrary, who made headlines in 2002 by getting Taylor County High School in her hometown of Butler, Georgia, to integrate the prom... more