"Secret Lives," Hosted by Kristian Alfonso, From the Creators of “Unsolved Mysteries”
From the creators of the long-running hit series “Unsolved Mysteries,” comes the original LIFETIME Television limited-run series “Secret Lives,” hosted by popular daytime soap star Kristian Alfonso. The series features true stories of people who lead double lives or have a secret past. Alfonso guides viewers through each story, one more unbelievable than the next, all told through interviews and re-creations. The new series airs Monday through Friday, August 11-15, 8-9 PM (ET/PT) on LIFETIME Television.
“‘Secret Lives’ is a natural extension of the successful franchise ‘Unsolved Mysteries,’” said Bill Brand, Senior Vice President, Reality Programming. “This new series is a unique take on what happens when people lead a double life. What is most intriguing is that the people involved could easily be your friends, neighbors, even parents,” he added.
“Secret Lives,” a new limited-run series profiling shocking, true stories of people leading double lives, will delve into a variety of fascinating escapades including:
- A woman who married a man she later found out was really a Cuban spy.
- A young woman who discovers her mother, who abandoned her as a child, assumed her identity and embezzled thousands of dollars.
- A famous teenage model for Kodak who doubled as a getaway driver for the New York mafia.
- Two trusting women who were conned by a man claiming to be from a wealthy Scottish family and the great grandson of famed Scottish poet Robert Burns.
Kristian Alfonso is most well known for her role on “Days of our Lives” where she has played Hope Williams Brady since 1983. Throughout her career, she has won three Soap Opera Digest Awards. In 1984, she was named “Outstanding Female Newcomer,” in 1999, she was named “Hottest Female Star” and in 2002, Kristian and her co-star Peter Reckell, were named “Favorite Couple.”
Kristian began modeling at the age of 15 and started acting shortly afterwards. At 16, she starred opposite Rock Hudson in the NBC movie “Starmaker.” She has also been seen on the primetime series “Falcon Crest” and “Melrose Place.”
“Secret Lives” is produced by Cosgrove/Meurer Productions for LIFETIME Television and executive produced by John Cosgrove and Terry Meurer.
LIFETIME is the leader in women’s television and has been the #1 cable television network in primetime for the last two years. LIFETIME is committed to offering the highest quality entertainment and information programming, and advocating a wide range of issues affecting women and their families. Launched in 1984, LIFETIME serves nearly 86 million households nationwide. In 1998 LIFETIME launched a 24-hour sister service, the Lifetime Movie Network, now in 37 million homes, and a second sister service, Lifetime Real Women, launched in August 2001. On the web, Lifetime Online (www.lifetimetv.com) features informational resources and interactive entertainment. Lifetime magazine, a new women’s lifestyle title, launched in April 2003. LIFETIME Television, Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime Real Women and Lifetime Online, are part of LIFETIME Entertainment Services, a 50/50 joint venture of The Hearst Corporation and The Walt Disney Company, as is Lifetime magazine.
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