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By Erin Clements

Lifetime surprised viewers with the announcement that Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig are set to star in "A Deadly Adoption," billed as a "high-stakes dramatic thriller."

The sure-to-be-campy flick's description reminded us of the many other made-for-TV movies the network has aired — and the wide array of stars who've appeared in them over the past 25 years. (The first Lifetime movie, "Memories of Murder," premiered in July 1990.)

Here are some of the celebs you may or may not remember seeing on Lifetime.

Tori Spelling, "Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?" (1996)

Spelling's character had her share of bad boyfriends on "Beverly Hills, 90210," but none compared to psycho Kevin.

Kirsten Dunst, "Fifteen and Pregnant" (1998)

Long before "Teen Mom" aired on MTV, Dunst played an expectant high schooler struggling to tell her conservative Christian mom about her pregnancy.

Sigourney Weaver, "Prayers for Bobby" (2009)

The "Aliens" actress played a mother who becomes an advocate for gay rights after coping with the suicide of her son.

Kristin Chenoweth, "12 Men of Christmas" (2009)

The Tony and Emmy winner starred as a New York publicist who moves to Montana after simultaneously losing her job and fiancé. Fortunately, she gets her groove back while recruiting scantily clad local men for a charity calendar.

Rob Lowe, "Drew Peterson: Untouchable" (2012)

Lowe sported a bushy mustache and slick gray pompadour to play police officer Drew Peterson, charged with killing his third wife, in this TV-movie based on real events.

Queen Latifah, "Steel Magnolias" (2012)

Latifah took on the role Sally Field made famous in this reboot of the 1989 film.

Lindsay Lohan, "Liz and Dick" (2012)

Lohan earned mediocre reviews as Elizabeth Taylor in this biopic that The Hollywood Reporter called "half train wreck, half 'SNL' skit."

Kiernan Shipka, "Flowers in the Attic" (2014)

The teenage actress best known for playing Sally Draper on "Mad Men" starred in this adaptation of V.C. Andrews' 1979 cult novel of the same name.