‘Give Me My Baby’: When Does Lifetime’s New Movie Debut?

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The newest Lifetime movie is Give Me My Baby, which stars The Young & The Restless‘ Kelly Sullivan as a mother who finds out her fertility doctor isn’t on the level. The film debuts on Lifetime at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 27. Read on for a preview and to watch the trailer.

The film centers on a couple (Sullivan and Gabriel Hogan) who hope to finally have a child. They meet with a fertility doctor (Sofia Milos), only to learn that she’s not as helpful as she seems. In fact, she has some scary ulterior motives.

The film was directed and co-written by Danny J. Boyle, not to be confused with the much more famous Oscar-winner Danny Boyle. Danny J. Boyle directed segments of Comedy Central’s Mind of Mecia and Chocolate News. He also directed episodes of Carton Network’s Incredible Crew. Lifetime viewers should be familiar with his work since he also directed last year’s Killer Assistant.

The lead star of Give Me My Baby is Kelly Sullivan, who played Sage on The Young & the Restless. She also played two different roles on General Hospital – Kate Howard and Connie Falconeri.

Sofia Milos, who plays the villain, is a Swiss actress with dozens of TV roles and recently appeared in episodes of Chicago Justice and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.

Give Me My Baby previously aired on the Lifetime Movie Network, but is making its debut on the main Lifetime channel tonight. It was previously titled The Stranger Inside (and is still indexed on IMDb under that title).

PREMIERE DATE: Saturday, May 27, 2017

TIME: 8 p.m. ET

OTHER AIRINGS:
Sunday, May 28 at 12:02 a.m. ET
Sunday, June 4 at 4:00 p.m. ET

CHANNEL: Lifetime (To find out what channel Lifetime is for you, click here to go to TVGuide.com and change your provider under “TV Listings.”)

PLOT: “A couple trying to get pregnant seeks help from an acclaimed fertility doctor. But when strange occurrences start happening, they suspect their doctor has insidious ulterior motives.”

CAST:
Sofia Milos as Dr. Hartlin
Kelly Sullivan as Layla
Gabriel Hogan as Nate
Laura Hand as Allison
Brooke Hogan as Shannon

CREDITS:
Directed by Danny J. Boyle
Written by Danny J. Boyle & Guy Nicolucci
Story by Guy Nicolucci
Line Producer: Kami Norton
Producers: Stan Spry, Eric Scott Woods
Executive Producers: Fernando Szew, Carla Woods
Production Company: Cartel Pictures

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