Haven’t you heard of the Lifetime app? The Dance Moms and I Killed my BFF network is a very popular one and I am sure that many of its episodes are among your favorite ones, so why shouldn’t the app be too?
Well, this app boasts a watchlist stocked with many of the episodes you’ve started watching, while Lifetime’s most popular reality shows—including Dance Moms, Little Women: Atlanta, Little Women: Terra’s Little Family, Drop Dead Diva, or even the popular Project Runway—offer full episodes from previous seasons. That’s your chance to catch up the missed episodes (I am sure that I am not the only one complaining about a crazy schedule).
The truth is that it is a major advantage that you can enjoy all the reality, drama, and movies that Lifetime has to offer and that new full episodes and movies, plus behind-the-scenes and preview clips, are added every day!
However, there is a major problem that you should know about from the start. For Lifetime’s most popular shows – I am talking about the one and only Dance Moms – you’ll need to verify a pay-TV subscription to watch episodes from the current season. At the same time, there are also some other amazing shows (including the popular BAPS, Devious Maids, and the Girlfriend Intervention) are locked up to non-cable and satellite subscribers at this point.
There is no fun in that, I know it, just as fans of Army Wives or The Client List have been disappointed as well. There are no shows for them, even if they are pay-TV subscribers.