Death of Cheerleader (1994) is telecast Saturday, 11AM on Lifetime. As much of the country begins to re-open, for those cautious about venturing out on the weekend Lifetime is providing an alternative. Beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday, and running through Sunday night, the network is celebrating 30 years of Lifetime Original Movies by revisiting some fan favorites. Hosted by Lifetime alum Niecy Nash, the programming event kicks off with the 1994 version of Death of a Cheerleader, starring Kellie Martin and Tori Spelling. Since originally airing on NBC, the chilling tale of a teenager's deadly obsession with perfection has achieved cult status, firmly cementing it in pop-culture history. "The 1994 version has become a cult classic that people remember and watch over and over, " said Martin in an exclusive interview with MediaVillage. "That's so interesting! The Face on the Milk Carton (1995) is another one that people absolutely loved so you never know what's going to strike a chord with people.
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