Lifetime's Deliverance Creek Trailer: Lauren Ambrose Swears 'Revenge' In Nicholas Sparks Period Drama

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Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under) is coming to Lifetime — and she’s packing heat.

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The network on Tuesday released the first official trailer for Deliverance Creek, a movie/backdoor pilot from producer Nicholas Sparks, which finds Ambrose playing a widowed mother of three during the Civil War.

“I want them to suffer the way I have suffered,” Ambrose’s Belle declares in the trailer. “I want them to feel what it’s like to have everything they love stripped away from them, piece by piece. I want revenge.”

(Just think of her as a Civil War-era Emily Thorne.)

Deliverance Creek premieres Saturday, Sept. 13, on Lifetime.


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  1. david says:

    I still think that name is horrible – especially for Dawson’s Creek fans. Just doesn’t seem right lol.

  2. Cookiekirk says:

    I’ll be watching it for sure! Looks great. I love Lauren Ambrose and to have a new drama where the avenged does detective work the old fashioned way makes it very appealing.

  3. Essie says:

    Looks interesting! I will watch this.

  4. joan csoka says:

    Watched Deliverance Creek on Sept. 18th for 2 hrs., but it didn’t seem like it was over. It left you hanging.

  5. joan csoka says:

    I meant to say Sept. 13th I saw Deliverance Creek. It left you hanging! It was on for 2 hrs. and it didn’t seem like it was over. Is there more to come?

    • Pat Locascio says:

      Did you watch it live or record it? I recorded it and it recorded 2 hours but it certainly did not seem over. Just kind of stopped when the sheriff asked to send over the undertaker after the bank was robbed. And that was it – no credits or anything. Wasn’t sure if it was a program problem at Lifetime or Comcast.