Lifetime has released the official trailer for their highly anticipated
V.C. Andrews

Flowers in the Attic: The Origin,

which gives us a sneak peek of Foxworth Hall and the family that pushed Olivia Winfield to become the cruel, cold monster that locks her grandchildren in the cranium. Based on the book

Garden of Shadows

past Andrews’ ghostwriter
Andrew Neiderman, the limited series looks to explore Olivia’southward human relationship with her new beau Malcolm Foxworth, as she falls in beloved and slowly discovers something sinister within him. This exploration of i of Andrews’ greatest monsters begins airing on July 9 at 8 p.thou. ET and will run for four weeks consecutively, until July 30.

The two-minute clip opens up with Olivia addressing the audition for her numerous misdeeds in
Flowers in the Attic. “Some may have an idea of who I was as a wife, a mother, the grandmother, a monster,” she says. “I just ask that earlier y’all judge me, listen to the full story that led me [to] locking my grandchildren in an attic to suffer and knowing the truth. Judge me if you cartel.” We’re so treated to footage of her whirlwind romance with Malcolm which results in a quick matrimony tying our two antagonists together. Information technology doesn’t take long after they become a happy couple for everything to kickoff going bump in the Foxworth Hall, however.

As Olivia begins her new life as the mistress of the house, she starts to detect that Malcolm is a scrap controlling. He explains that the family has certain rules that must be followed and exclaims that he knows what is all-time, showing he’s not only the kind, eloquent homo Olivia was introduced to. She investigates the estate, finding secret passages and dank corridors that hide the secrets of the Foxworth family unit. Her search leads her to realize that the influence of the house, and the family itself, was going to destroy all she was and all she had, including her daughter Corinne.


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Jemima Rooper
will accept on the part of our eventual villain Olivia, with
Max Irons
as the eloquent and enigmatic Malcolm. Rounding out the talented bandage are
Hannah Dodd,
T’Shan Williams,
Kate Mulgrew,
Kelsey Grammer,
Callum Kerr,
Alana Boden, and
Harry Hamlin.
Declan O’Dwyer
Robin Sheppard
direct the A+Eastward production from scripts penned by
Paul Sciarrotta,
Amy Rardin, and
Conner Good. Joining A+E Studios in the production are Sutton St. Productions and CBS Studios with Sciarrotta,
Jennie Snyder Urman,
Joanna Klein,
Zoë Rocha,
Gary Pearl, and
Dan Affections
stepping in as executive producers.

Flowers in the Attic: The Origin
looks to capture the harrowing tone of the initial

Flowers in the Cranium

novel that started it all in 1979. The controversial story touched on taboo subjects, including incest and horrid child abuse that ultimately destroys the lives of Olivia’south grandchildren. The trailer so far seems to accept that tone hammered downwardly with an air of horror to Olivia’south investigation of Foxworth Hall. By the finish, it’due south likely we’ll all feel at least a twinge of sympathy for someone originally painted every bit irredeemable.

Flowers in the Attic: The Origin
begins ambulation on Lifetime on July 9. Check out the trailer beneath to meet Olivia and Malcolm and catch a glimpse of the mysteries of Foxworth Hall:

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