Lifetime’s Identity Theft Steals Viewers

Lifetime Television said Tuesday that Lifetime Original MovieIdentity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story averaged 4.1 million persons two-plus and posted a 3.4 Nielsen Media Research primetime household rating Monday.

The film -- which starred Kimberly Williams-Paisley (According to Jim) and Emmy Award-nominated Annabella Sciorra (The Sopranos) -- was based on a true story of Brown’s ordeal to regain her identity after it is stolen by a complete stranger.

Identity Theft was Lifetime’s third-highest-rated original movie of the year, trailing Plain Truth (4.3) and Gracie’s Choice (3.8).