Firstly was the Jordyn Woods-Tristan Thompson-Khloe Kardashian drama, and coming in only second to that was none other than the USC College Admissions Scandal.
Lori Loughlin's College Admission scandal is getting a Lifetime movie starring Canadian Mia Kirshner.
Last Tuesday, the Lifetime network announced its plans to release a two-hour film dramatizing the events that lead up to charges being laid on Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
The film is tentatively being called College Admissions Scandal, and according to the press release, it will focus on "the story that captivated a nation where over 50 privileged and elite individuals from across the country were exposed for criminally conspiring to influence the undergraduate admissions decisions at some of America’s top schools.”
Penelope Ann Miller (Riverdale, American Crime) and Canadian Mia Kirshner (Star Trek: Discovery, The L Word) will be taking on the lead roles, but they won't be playing Huffman and Loughlin directly.
“'College Admissions Scandal' will follow two wealthy mothers who share an obsession with getting their teenagers into the best possible college.
Canadian actor Michael Shanks has been cast in the role of Rick Singer, and although there's plenty of Canadian representation in the film, there has been no confirmation on whether the movie will air on Lifetime Canada.