Do not mess with Denise Richards.
The Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills alum stars in Killer Cheer Mother, the primary movie in Lifetime’s “Fear the Cheer” lineup this yr, and solely ET premieres an unique preview of this weekend’s premiere.
Killer Cheer Mother follows highschool scholar Riley (Courtney Fulk), who strikes to a brand new metropolis together with her father (Thomas Calabro) and stepmother, Amanda (Richards), and decides to attempt the cheering workforce regardless of stiff competitors. With Amanda supporting her, Riley hopes she is going to succeed. However when some cheerleaders are kicked out or injured beneath suspicious circumstances and Riley’s odds enhance an increasing number of, she will’t assist however marvel if Amanda is doing all it takes to make Riley be a part of the workforce.
Within the clip, Amanda – beneath the assumed identify Mallory – meets her therapist for a final date as she publicizes the information that she is transferring her household to a brand new city, although he does not appear to consider her. “heart is healed” of a loss she suffered. However earlier than Amanda hits the street, she has a (not so small) request from her physician – all of the recordsdata he is stored on her.
When he leaves her workplace to retrieve the paperwork, Amanda rushes to her desk searching for a selected object: her prescription e book. After a couple of seconds of rummaging round his workplace, she efficiently locates him, snatches a clean prescription notice, stuffs it in her purse, and returns to her seat as if nothing suspicious had simply occurred.
“Therapy isn’t always linear. My door is always open if you feel like you’re relapsing,” he says.
“Believe me, it’s okay now and I’m going to do everything in my power to make sure it stays that way,” Amanda chillingly guarantees.
Tia Texada, Holly J. Barrett and Jay Jay Warren additionally star within the movie.
Killer Cheer Mother premieres Saturday, August 28 at 8 p.m. ET / PT on Lifetime.
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