How to use Tv-movie in a sentence
Justin Timberlake tried his hand at acting in 1999 in the TV movie Model Behaviour and the 2001 film On the Line.
He co-starred with real-life sister Justine in the TV movie Can You Feel Me Dancing? - playing her onscreen brother.
Swayze has also been carrying on with his work and has a film Powder Blue and a made for TV movie The Beast slated for release later on this year.
Demi Moore got her first movie role in the 1981 TV movie Choices, where she had only a small part.
The plot of this made for TV movie revolves around strange occurrences at the local library, where books are seemingly coming to life.Advertisement
She is the star of the television show Sonny With a Chance on the Disney Channel, and recently appeared in the made for TV movie Princess Protection Program, along with her best friend and fellow actress Selena Gomez.
Though he was going through debilitating chemotherapy and other treatments, Swayze continued to work on his projects, including the show The Beast and a made for TV movie Powder Blue.
Several other TV movie roles followed, including Little Shots and Who Will Love My Children?
Since her first role as Fawn in the TV movie Sorority, Hendricks has gone on to create quite a career for herself in both television and film.
A quick search on Google Trends for "high school musical" displays an interesting line graph that charts the popularity of Disney Channel's High School Musical TV movie musicals.Advertisement
Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli first met during the filming of the 1995 TV movie An Unfinished Affair.
Both of these films are prime examples of just how good a TV movie can be.
Celebrate the holidays with the Muppets in this classic TV movie!
He began acting in the 1980s, notably for a BBC TV movie called Threads, which focused upon the effects of nuclear war in the United Kingdom.
When Nickelodeon canceled the show, over seven episodes were still in the planning stages, including a two-part season finale and a TV movie.Advertisement
Invader Dib was the title of a planned TV movie that would have aired in the fifth season, and the second season finale was a proposed two parter that was never titled or finalized.