[adrotate banner=”1″]With The Good Sister, Lifetime lets us know that our fiercest enemies might just be our long-lost identical twin sisters, who are of course sexy and evil and after your husbands. So you know blood is going to be shed trying to keep the dopey hubby who likes to nail his estranged wife’s identical twin. Can’t you just drop that zero and find a hero like any respectable cuckold twin? Anyway, I’m hoping the husband winds up buried in several jars scattered across sixteen states, but that’s just me.
Jack and Kate are a couple working hard to put the pieces of their crumbling marriage back together. When Kate receives a letter informing her of a long lost twin sister named Linda, she is very hesitant. But Jack is hopeful this new family member will help bring the couple closer together. As he attempts to reunite the sisters, he reluctantly finds himself drawn to Linda – a vivacious, sexier version of his own wife. It’s a pull he can’t ignore and before long the two are embroiled in a passionate affair. But Jack will quickly discover the choice isn’t between two sisters, it’s between life and death as his affair with Linda proves to be much more treacherous than he could have ever imagined.
Never marry a guy named Jack, especially if you have a long lost twin sister named Linda. Had Jack not drowned in Titanic, he would have been dating Rose’s twin Linda within weeks.
The Good Sister stars Sonya Walger(Lost), Ben Bass(Rookie Blue), and Bobbie Phillips(Chameleon, Chameleon II: Death Match, Chameleon 3: Dark Angel)
Director Philippe Gagnon has helmed prior thrillers like one entitled Willed to Kill, which is a hilarious name. Writer Pablo F. Fenjves wrote Man on a Ledge.
The Good Sister premieres May 10th on Lifetime!