How to watch ‘Fatal Family Reunion’ movie premiere: Time, Lifetime channel, free live stream to day

“Fatal Family Reunion,” a new Lifetime movie premiering tonight, Friday, November 25 at 8 p.m., starring Alexandra Augustine, Brett Geddes, and Stephanie Herrera. The film follows Sloane, who returns to her childhood home after years away, where she discovers a web of secrets and lies.

For those who have cut the traditional cable cords and opted for streaming services, you can live stream “Fatal Family Reunion” on Philo (free trial).

Where to find Lifetime

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You can find out what channel Lifetime is on by using the channel finders here: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, and Dish.

For those without cable, watch with these streaming services

You can watch it on Philo, an entertainment streaming service that offers more than 60 channels and a free trial.

About the movie

According to Lifetime’s official synopsis, “Following news of her stepmother’s death, Sloane returns to her family mansion for the first time since leaving years ago. She is greeted by her brother, David, their housekeeper, Wendy, and her selfish step-siblings, Blake and Lexi. When the family’s will reveals that Lexi is the majority heir, Blake is furious and mysterious deaths begin. Determined to find out what is happening to her family, Sloane discovers a dark secret that could mean the end of her family as she knows it.

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About Philo

Philo’s live TV subscription costs $25 a month and includes MTV and over 50 other classic TV, lifestyle and news channels. Subscribers can stream on up to three devices simultaneously, create up to 10 profiles, and save unlimited live or future shows for up to a year.


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