It’s the season of love on LIFETIME with a line-up of shows that will make your heart skip a beat.
In this LIFETIME original movie for the Valentine’s season, follow the dating adventures of Gabby, Nell, Billie and Margot who try to balance their love lives alongside their career ambitions at an upscale digital magazine in Los Angeles. As these ladies navigate the ups and downs of modern dating, romance, exes and friendships, they learn what they really want out of life and love. Love By The 10th Date airs 9 p.m. on Feb. 15.
Here’s an interesting look at the arranged marriages in the modern age. Premiering 10 p.m. on Feb.13, season 2 of Arranged follows three couples from different backgrounds that have been set up by their parents. From a young Jewish modern Orthodox couple in New York City, to a southern couple from Texas, to a couple raised by East Indian parents living in California, each of them has a unique journey onto marriage. And with immense pressure from their families and communities to make the marriages work, the arranged couples must learn to overcome hurdles to succeed.
Get your tissues ready because Dance Moms Season 6 Special: Final Farewell is happening 8 p.m. on Feb.13.
The Girls Say Goodbye Special, a special episode where the girls of the Abby Lee Dance Company say a tearful goodbye to two members, Maddie and Mackenzie. Witness the girls’ heartfelt goodbyes to the Ziegler sisters and watch them dance together for the very last time.
“Maddie and Mackenzie Say Goodbye Special” airs 8 p.m. on Feb. 14.
For the first time ever, Maddie and Mackenzie sit down with Abby and give an exclusive take on Dance Moms journey before they say their final farewell. We’ll relive their triumphs and heartbreaks plus we’ll hear about what’s to come for the Ziegler sisters after Dance Moms.
Lifetime™ is available on SKYCable Ch 65 and Lifetime™ HD Ch 199; Cable Link Ch. 223; Dream Satellite Ch 28; Destiny Ch 44.
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