The Best '90s Lifetime Movies

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Only made for TV movies that aired on the Lifetime Channel during the 1990s.

If you’re looking for drama, suspense, romance, intrigue, mystery, cheating, lying, and pretty much everything else that makes movies entertaining, you’ve come to the right place. On this list of the best ‘90s Lifetime movies, you’ll find a diverse collection of made-for TV movies that will leave you spellbound, and keep you glued to the edge of your seat. Some of them are even based on true stories. What are the best 90s Lifetime movies? Vote up your favorites!

The top 90s Lifetime movies feature a host of stars in the early days of their now-illustrious careers. You’ll see familiar faces like Brad Pitt, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Ann Bancroft, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Notable great Lifetime films on this list include No One Would Tell, For the Love of Nancy, and the salacious The Babysitter's Seduction. What do you think is the greatest 90s Lifetime movie? There sure are plenty of great Lifetime movies from the 90s to choose from.

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  • No One Would Tell

    No One Would Tell

    Fred Savage, Candace Cameron-Bure, Michelle Phillips
    1,310 votes
    • Released: 1996
    • Directed by: Noel Nosseck

    A chilling tale unfolds as a teenage girl finds herself trapped in an abusive relationship, leading to a tragic and shocking conclusion. Based on the true story of Amy Carnevale's murder by her boyfriend Jamie Fuller, this teen crime drama showcases stellar performances from its cast and serves as a haunting reminder of the dangers lurking within seemingly innocent relationships.

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  • She Fought Alone

    She Fought Alone

    Tiffani Thiessen, Brian Austin Green, Isabella Hofmann
    930 votes
    • Released: 1995
    • Directed by: Christopher Leitch

    A tenacious high school girl bravely battles against the odds to expose a group of boys running rampant with abuse and corruption in her small town. Featuring Tiffani-Amber Thiessen as Caitlin Rose and Brian Austin Green as Ethan, this intense drama showcases powerful performances that delve into themes of courage, resilience, and standing up for what is right amidst adversity.

  • A Friend to Die For
    Tori Spelling, Christa Miller, Valerie Harper
    930 votes
    • Released: 1994
    • Directed by: William A. Graham

    A seemingly perfect high school girl's life unravels when her obsessive best friend will stop at nothing to take her place, leading to a thrilling and twisted tale of betrayal and deception. With captivating performances by Kellie Martin as the disturbed Angela Delvecchio and Tori Spelling as the popular Stacy Lockwood, this chilling TV movie explores the dark side of teenage friendships, while shedding light on issues such as jealousy, manipulation, and mental illness.

  • A Killer Among Friends

    A Killer Among Friends

    Tiffani Thiessen, Patty Duke, Chad Todhunter
    378 votes
    • Released: 1992
    • Directed by: Charles Robert Carner

    A mother's relentless pursuit of justice for her murdered daughter leads to a shocking revelation about the identity of the true culprit. The powerful performances by Patty Duke and Margaret Welsh, combined with an emotionally charged storyline based on a real-life tragedy, make this 1992 TV movie a compelling exploration of grief, friendship, and betrayal.

  • She Cried No
    Candace Cameron-Bure, Nikki Cox, Mark-Paul Gosselaar
    623 votes
    • Released: 1996
    • Directed by: Bethany Rooney

    A college freshman bravely confronts her rapist and the corrupt fraternity system that protects him, sparking a powerful movement for justice. Based on a true story, this gripping drama stars Candace Cameron Bure as the courageous survivor and Mark-Paul Gosselaar as her tormentor, showcasing their exceptional acting skills in depicting an all-too-real portrayal of campus sexual assault.

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  • The Killing Secret

    The Killing Secret

    Ari Meyers, Soleil Moon Frye, Tess Harper and Mark Kassen
    294 votes
    • Released: 1997
    • Directed by: Noel Nosseck

    A seemingly perfect high school romance turns sinister as secrets unravel and a dark mystery consumes the lives of those involved. With captivating performances by Ari Meyers and Soleil Moon Frye, this suspenseful thriller delves into themes of deception, betrayal, and the consequences of one's actions, keeping viewers on edge until its shocking conclusion.