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‘The Clark Sisters’ Becomes Lifetime’s Highest-Rated Movie In 4 Years | Vibe

‘The Clark Sisters’ Becomes Lifetime’s Highest-Rated Movie In 4 Years | Vibe

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The made-for-television film set a new milestone on the premium cable network.

Lifetime’s The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel has made history. The Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliott, and Queen Latifah co-produced biopic, based on the life of the legendary vocal group, has become the highest-rated original movie broadcasted on the network within the last 4 years.

According to A&E Networks’ press release, the two-hour movie garnered 2.7 million total viewers, making it the strongest Lifetime debut on broadcast and cable. The Clark Sisters was also the best ad-supported cable original movie to hit key demos since 2018, “with 1.1 million Adults 25-54, 905,000 Adults 18-49 and 813,000 Women 25-54.”

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By Christine Imarenezor, Vibe
Featured Image, (L to R) Kierra Sheard as Karen, Angela Birchett as Jacky, Christina Bell as Twinkie, Sheléa Frazier as Dorinda and Raven Goodwin as Denise. Courtesy of Lifetime
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