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Williams plays Chastity Jeffries, a single lawyer who thinks she’s found everything she’s looking for in a partner when she meets Xavier Collins (Antonio Cupo), a handsome and intelligent fellow lawyer, whose affection turns to obsession.
Xavier’s jealousy leads to suspicious actions and dangerous threats, prompting Chastity to confide in her mother Sarah (Tina Knowles-Lawson) and seek for help from her former childhood boyfriend Roger Thompkins (Miller).
Wrath and the accompanying Greed: A Seven Deadly Sins Story, which premieres April 23, are produced by Wrath Productions Inc. and Greed Productions Inc. in association with T.D. Jakes Enterprises and RobinHood Productions. T.D. Jakes, Derrick Williams and Shaun Robinson serve as executive producers.
Both films are directed by Troy Scott. Richard Blaney and Gregory Small wrote the script for Wrath, and Wuese Houston-Jibo penned Greed.
How to Watch ‘Wrath: A Seven Deadly Sins Story’ Online
Wrath: A Seven Deadly Sins Story will premiere at 8 p.m. ET on Lifetime. If you’re a cable subscriber, check your local listings for channel information or sign into MyLifetime.com.
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