<i>Drew Peterson: Untouchable</i> Is a Repugnant TV Movie
Hysterical” was the word Drew Peterson used for the Lifetime made-for-TV movie about his legal troubles that aired over the weekend.
Near the end of the atrocious Lifetime movie, Drew Peterson: Untouchable, the former Bolingbrook Sergeant (Rob Lowe) is sinisterly opening and closing his neighbor's garage door. The neighbor, who believes Drew is responsible for his fourth wife
DREW PETERSON-MOVIE: A Lifetime Television movie depicting Drew Peterson's life until his 2009 arrest in his third wife's death could affect potential jurors and make it difficult if his defense decides to ask to have the trial moved, Peterson attorney
Accused wife murderer Drew Peterson watched an advance copy of the TV movie about his life and, according to his lawyer, had one response to Rob Lowe's portrayal of him: “Hysterical," reports The Chicago Tribune.
Saturday night saw the premiere of the highly-publicized Lifetime film "Drew Peterson: Untouchable," starring Rob Lowe. As expected, Twitter users were abuzz about the film, taking to the platform to share some of their