Lifetime’s weekend of movies concludes with Breaking Girl Code. Katelynn Bennett stars as Andi, a woman who turns to a friendship app in order to meet other women in her area. She finds a friend in Farrah (Revell Carpenter), but she quickly learns to keep an eye on Farrah’s boyfriend Ethan (Ignacyo Matynia). Why are all of the women befriending Farrah young and beautiful? And why does Ethan seem so interested in them? Could there be more to this online meet-up — something more sinister? This is a mystery that Andi will have to solve before someone gets hurt.
If you’re looking for information on watching Lifetime’s Breaking Girl Code, we’ve got all of those details covered. Here’s everything you need to know about watching and/or streaming this movie on Lifetime.
What time does Breaking Girl Code premiere on Lifetime?
Breaking Girl Code debuts on Lifetime on Sunday, April 23 at 8 p.m. ET. If you have a cable login and want to watch the movie debut online, you can stream it live via Lifetime’s website.
If you don’t have a cable login, you can still watch Lifetime movies as they air via the following live TV streaming services: frndly, Hulu, Sling TV, and Philo.
When will Lifetime rerun Breaking Girl Code?
Following its premiere on Sunday, April 23 at 8 p.m. ET, Breaking Girl Code will re-air on Lifetime at the following time:
- Monday, April 24 at 12 a.m. ET
- Sunday, April 30 at 6 p.m. ET
How to stream Breaking Girl Code
If you miss Breaking Girl Code when it premieres on Lifetime, you will be able to stream it next day on Lifetime’s website for free (with ads). You can also stream it on-demand via frndly, Hulu, Sling TV, and Philo.
Who is in the Breaking Girl Code cast?
Katelynn Bennett (Up Here) plays new-girl-in-town Andi, Revell Carpenter (The Sex Lives of College Girls) plays Andi’s new friend Farrah, and Ignacyo Matynia (A Good Cop) plays Farrah’s scheming boyfriend Ethan. Johnny Ramey (Act Your Age) also stars.
Is Breaking Girl Code based on a true story?
There are a lot of horror stories about killers, criminals, and all around dangerous people using apps to lure potential victims. People even used Pokemon Go to rob people! People using apps to commit crimes is such a widespread thing that it’s hard to pin Breaking Girl Code on any one specific incident. Just keep that in mind, though: not everyone is who they say they are on those apps. And the same goes for Pokemon, apparently.
Breaking Girl Code premieres on Lifetime on Sunday, April 23 at 8 p.m. ET.
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