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Lifetime Sets Fourth `Flowers In The Attic' Film

Lifetime has greenlit the fourth and final movie in the Flowers In The Attic franchise to air in 2015, said network officials.

The movie, Seeds Of Yesterday, is based on the fourth and final book in V.C. Andrews’ series of novels that began with Flowers In The Attic. Lifetime aired Flowers In The Attic in January drawing more than 6 million viewers, while the second movie in the series, Petals In The Wind, garnered more than 3 million viewers this past May.

The network has already commissioned a movie based on the third film in the series, If There Be Thorns, which will debut in 2015.

Seeds of Yesterday is produced by A+E Studios for Lifetime, with Dan Angel (If There Be Thorns), Jane Startz (If There Be Thorns) and Jocelyn Freid (Maneater) serving as executive producers.

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