The Best Lifetime Movies Ever Made

Over 500 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best Lifetime Movies Ever Made

This is the ultimate Lifetime movies list, including all Lifetime Original movies and recent LMN films. What are the best Lifetime Movies? Every Lifetime Network movie produced or distributed since the Lifetime Network debuted in America. Lifetime movies listed below include cast members and other information. They are also ranked by popularity using votes from users like you.

Including Flowers in the Attic, She's Too Young, Liz & Dick, and more, including Christmas movies- this list of Lifetime movies has it all. 

The Lifetime channel movies are typically targeted at women - Lifetime original movies are made-for-TV staples. You can make your version of the best Lifetime movies (or the worst Lifetime movies) from this full list of movies on Lifetime. A lot of these movies will make you cry.

When you're done looking through this list, check out what shows and new original movies will be on Lifetime.

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  • No One Would Tell

    No One Would Tell

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

    This gripping drama follows the story of a shy high school girl (Candace Cameron-Bure) who falls for an abusive boyfriend, played by Fred Savage. As she struggles to break free from his control, her concerned friends and family try to intervene. The film highlights the importance of recognizing signs of abuse and seeking help in such situations, making it a valuable addition to Lifetime's collection.

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  • She's Too Young
    Marcia Gay Harden, Alexis Dziena, Megan Park
    86 votes
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Tom McLoughlin, Richard Kletter

    This eye-opening film delves into the lives of three teenage girls as they navigate their way through peer pressure, relationships, and sexually transmitted diseases. Marcia Gay Harden delivers a powerful performance as a mother trying to protect her daughter from these harsh realities while learning about them herself. She's Too Young serves as an important reminder for parents about honest communication with their children.

  • Student Seduction
    Elizabeth Berkley, Corey Sevier, Sarah Smyth
    47 votes
    • Released: 2003
    • Directed by: Peter Svatek

    In this thought-provoking movie, Elizabeth Berkley plays a dedicated teacher accused of having an affair with one of her students. As she fights to clear her name and save her career, viewers are left questioning the power dynamics within schools and society at large. With its compelling storyline and strong performances, Student Seduction is a must-watch.

  • Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal
    Ashley Benson, Tatum O'Neal, Jenna Dewan
    65 votes
    • Released: 2008
    • Directed by: Tom McLoughlin

    Based on true events, this captivating drama tells the story of five high school cheerleaders whose unruly behavior spirals out of control under their new coach's watchful eye. Jenna Dewan stars in this cautionary tale that showcases how fame can lead young people astray when not guided properly by adults around them.

  • Odd Girl Out
    Alexa Vega, Lisa Vidal, Elizabeth Rice
    82 votes
    • Released: 2005
    • Directed by: Tom McLoughlin

    Vanessa Hudgens shines in this gripping drama about a teenage girl named Vanessa who becomes the target of relentless bullying by her former friends. The film delves into the dark world of high school cliques and social isolation, shedding light on how easily one can become ostracized for being different. Odd Girl Out is an important addition to Lifetime's collection as it raises awareness about bullying and its devastating effects.

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  • Gracie's Choice
    Anne Heche, Diane Ladd, Kristen Bell
    58 votes
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Peter Werner

    Anne Heche stars in this inspiring true story about Gracie Thompson - a teenager who takes on parental responsibilities for her four younger siblings due to their drug-addicted mother (played by Diane Ladd). Faced with numerous obstacles, Gracie proves that love and determination can overcome even the most challenging circumstances.