Femme Fatales - Season 1 Episodes
Femme Fatales - Season 1
Inspired by and styled in the tradition of pulp stories, film noir and graphic novels, this provocative hit series tells the stories of dangerous women who find extraordinary ways of coping with their problems, channeling their survival instincts and bringing out their inner guile.
“Behind Locked Doors”
Movie star Lacey Rivers (Kit Willesee) is in for the role of a lifetime after her fast-living lands her in jail. She finds that it’s not so easy to make friends except for her tough cellmate (Ana Alexander), a starstruck guard (Will Poston) and a sympathetic warden (Paul Mazursky). Will her past finally catch up with her, or does she have nine lives?
Nurse Violet MacReady (Christine Donlon) must cope with more than just a bad boyfriend (Scott Bailey) on the overnight shift when an injured psychopath (Robert LaSardo) takes over the hospital.
“Something Like Murder”
Bored trophy wife Darla (Anya Monzikova) has plans for her wealthy dull older husband (Ian Gregory) after she meets a sexy masseuse (Carlee Baker), but does her new partner have plans for her?
Video game designer Kevin (Reggie Hayes) decides to try online dating but gets more than he bargained for when he finds out that his date Alexis (Daphne Duplaix) also lied on her dating profile. Isaiah Mustafa guest stars.
“The White Flower”
Ruthless bank robbers Jimmy (William Gregory Lee) and O’Brien (Geoff Meed) take refuge in a dilapidated hotel while waiting for their mob boss (Stephen Macht), when they are seduced by Barbara (Tina Casciani) and Cynthia (Cristin Michele). What happens when one of the crooks suddenly has to confront his worst fear?
“Girls Gone Dead”
Seemingly desperate for fast cash, a group of sorority girls (Catherine Annette, Melissa Paulo, Madison Dylan, Erin Marie Hogan) agree to star in a raunchy home video series for infamous entrepreneurs Jay Roma (Charlie O’Connell) and Kip (Dean Haglund), but the girls may have darker motives.
The paranormal investigators of a TV show (Andrew Dickler, Steve Richard Harris, Annie Lynne Melchor) get more than they bargained for when they are joined by famous psychic, Dr. Holly Brown (Tiffany Brouwer), to investigate mysterious murders in an allegedly haunted house.
“Angel & Demons”
A serial killer known as the Grim Reaper has claimed three victims and set the city on edge. Two detectives race against time to catch the killer before another victim dies.
“Help Me, Rhonda”
Camille (Ana Alexander) is held hostage in her home by a group of intruders (Jules Hartley, Paul Green, Justin Shilton) who are after her husband’s confidential documents. Her only chance for survival may be her clever lover, Rhonda (Crystal Allen) who is hiding in the house.
Logan (Daniel Bess) seeks treatment at a remote Mexican clinic where patients mysteriously begin to disappear. When another patient, Lindsey (Robin Sydney) makes a connection between elderly patients and disappearances, they want to escape, but Logan’s girlfriend Jessica (Stacy Stas) and doctor (Carrie Genzel) insist they stay. Angus Scrimm guest stars.
“Till Death Do Us Part”
After a wild bachelorette party, bride-to-be, Rachel Worth, wakes on her wedding day to find a dead male stripper in her bed. Her friends try to help her unravel the mystery so they can get her to the church on time.
Mentalist Foster Prentiss suddenly develops real psychic abilities and has visions of the murderous activities of sexy femme fatales, Violet and Tiffany. When he tries to bank on his new ability through blackmail, he finds that the lovely ladies have their own ideas about payback.
Phony mentalist Foster Prentiss (Marc Crumpton) has visions of the murderous activities of sultry women Violet (Christine Donlon) and Tiffany (Catherine Annett). When he uses his psychic ability to blackmail them, he finds that the women have their own ideas about payback.