Dear Lord, can Lifetime come up with a different formulaic format for these movies? It's bad enough that the acting is beyond silly, but - honestly - have we had enough of:
1) A nemesis having an oh-so-convenient peanut allergy?
2) If not said allergy, then waiting outside nemesis' house for them to go for a jog or bike ride and run them over
3) Finding someone's history in an internet search faster than the FBI
4) Showing up on someone's doorstep to question them about psycho family member. And they go inside when invited. Like, without a worry that the psychosis may be inherited and they may be conked over the head and stuffed in a basement
5) Breaking into psycho's house to snoop around for clues JUST as they're about to pull in the driveway
6) Thinking they can sleuth and snoop and capture bad guys better than the police
7) Not even remotely suspicious of a doctor whose not your doctor anymore gets you trial drugs to treat a brain tumor to where they'll only accept an envelope of cash as payment (Prescription For Danger) And the woman with the alleged tumor was an MIT engineer. Yeah, really smart!
8) Not getting out of the house right after knocking out /stabbing/tossing down stairs bad guy because, you know, they're out for the count, right?
9) Psycho girl stalking their ex and new lady love who becomes insta-besties with lady love (Killer Client)
Speaking of Killer Client, the girl who played the psycho sounded and acted like a 12 year old. Also in this movie and Mommy Group Murder (or something like that) both protagonists get shot at almost point blank but are still strong enough to either rise, drive and climb stairs or kick their way out of a locked freezer