Deadline reported, Lifetime has ordered three documentaries for 2020 premiere.
The From Darkness To Light from The Olympic gold medalist Raisman and Emmy-winner actress Leah Remin, Smart Justice: The Jayme Closs Case and Hopelessly In Love.
Lifetime has given the green light to three documentaries for its 2020 programming slate. They are From Darkness To Light, from three-time Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman, Emmy winner Leah Remini and A+E Originals; Smart Justice: The Jayme Closs Case hosted by Elizabeth Smart, and documentary film series Hopelessly In Love, from eOne and Creature Films.
They are From Darkness To Light will be produced by A+E Originals and No Seriously Productions of Remini. The documentary will feature Raisman as she help the victims of sexual assault to start healing.
Smart Justice: The Jayme Closs Case will be hosted by Elizabeth Smart. It will explore the real-life-survival story of Jayme Closs. She was the 13-year old student from Wisconsin who abducted from her home. She was held captive for 88 days before she found a way to rescue herself.
Hopelessly In Love has been described as ‘tentpole documentary film series that delves into the love stories of infamous couples in pop culture. Each authorized two-hour film will trace the true story of a tumultuous love affair through the eyes of the couple and those who knew them best.’