SHANNEN DOHERTY, KATE JACKSON STAR IN “SATAN’S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,” A CHILLING NEW FILM AIRING MARCH 13 ON ABC
Shannen Doherty (“Charmed”) and Kate Jackson (“Charlie’s Angels”) star in “Satan’s School for Girls,” a chilling drama about a young woman’s investigation into her sister’s suicide, which leads her to an eastern women’s college where sinister forces of evil control students and faculty alike. The new, two-hour thriller will air as an “ABC Original,” MONDAY, MARCH 13 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The movie is based on a classic 1973 television movie of the same name, which also starred Kate Jackson, as one of the school’s students. In the new film, Ms. Jackson portrays the school’s dean. Also starring are Julie Benz (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), Daniel Cosgrove (“Beverly Hills 90210”) and Richard Joseph Paul (“Final Verdict”).
In “Satan’s School for Girls,” Beth Hammersmith (Ms. Doherty) is distraught and deeply puzzled by the suicide of her sister. Her search for an answer leads her to her sister’s school, Fallbridge Women’s College, a seemingly serene and tranquil school in New England. But the idyllic campus is held in the grip of evil, personified by a mysterious secret club known as “the five.” As Beth gets closer to learning the terrifying secret of the school, she uncovers a sinister web of intrigue and danger that puts her
own life in peril. For Beth, the horror is just beginning.
THE CAST: Shannen Doherty as Beth Hammersmith, Kate Jackson as Olivia Burtis, Richard Joseph Paul as Nick Delacroix, Daniel Cosgrove as Mark, Julie Benz as Allison, Victoria Sanchez as Lisa, Taraji P. Henson as Paige, Mandy Schaffer as Hillary, Aimee Castle as Courtney, Jessica Goldapple as Kim, Marianne Therrien as Joan, Cecile Cristobal as Melanie and Irene Contogiorgis as Jenny.
Christopher Leitch (“China Beach,” “Little Girls in Pretty Boxes”) directed from a script by Michael Hitchcock (“Where the Day Takes You”). The executive producers are Aaron Spelling (“Charmed,” “Melrose Place,” “Beverly Hills 90210”) and E. Duke Vincent (“Charmed,” “Day One”). The producers are Murray Shostak and Robert “Buzz” Berger. The movie is from Spelling Television. (CLOSED-CAPTIONED) (Broadcast in stereo where
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