Former “One Life to Live” Siblings Team Up for Lifetime Movie

The Wrong roommate (Image)

If you were a fan of the ABC soap opera One Life to Live in the late 1990s and/or early 2000s, you probably remember the wild and reckless Rappaport siblings Will played by Jason-Shane Scott and Jen played by Jessica Morris. Now, these former siblings are teaming up on screen again for Lifetime Movie Network’s (LMN) latest made-for-tv movie The Wrong Roommate.

Also featuring Vivica A. Fox and Eric Roberts, The Wrong Roommate is the story of a college professor who moves in with her sister ad 17 year-old niece after breaking up with her cheating fiancé. Once there, she meets a mysterious stranger living in the guesthouse. However, things aren’t as innocent as they seem as this guy has troubled past, which could very well lead to some dangerous consequences for the young professor. With heavy does of betrayal, lies, and illicit affairs, this movie as all the soapy elements daytime television fans love to watch.

I’m highly intrigued to see Scott and Morris back together. It’s a little odd for this former One Life to Live fan to see them in a romantic light and not as siblings. (I’ll admit I got a little bit of a Flowers in the Attic vibe for a second.) However, I can’t wait to see what kind of chemistry they create. I also can’t wait to get a dose of the gorgeous (and shirtless) Scott even if he’s playing a potential psycho. He was my first and continues to be my top celeb crush. I can’t think of a better film to kick off my new year.

You can catch the premiere of The Wrong Roommate tomorrow January 3 at 8pm/c only on LMN.

Check out the trailer below:

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