Crushable Quiz: Can You Guess Which Lifetime Movie Title Is Real And Which Is Made Up?

The Girl He Met Online Lifetime Movie 2014

An adorable moment in The Girl He Met Online.

Lifetime is premiering a new movie this weekend called The Girl He Met Online. When I first read the title, all I could think was that I’d already watched it. I quickly realized that’s because I’ve already seen three other movies with the phrase “Met Online” in their titles. As we’ve already established, Lifetime movie titles are extremely predictable, to the point where it seems the people who name them only have about ten words in their vocabulary, including the necessary pronouns and articles.

So it’s about time we test ourselves on what titles Lifetime movies have had, and which ones are just ridiculous (but very convincing, if I do say so myself) titles I came up with on my own. Or rather, it’s time you test yourself. Below you’ll find ten pairs of Lifetime movie titles with similar themes. One of them is an actual title of an actual Lifetime movie. One of them is totally made up but will probably be real within the next couple of years. Your task is to choose which one is the real Lifetime movie title.

So go forth, take the quiz, and let us know how you did in the comments. Then let’s meet up this Sunday to talk about what happened in The Girl He Met Online. Something tells me she’s not the girl he thought she was.

(Lead Image: Lifetime)

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    • Jenni

      I’m in shock that My Husband’s Lover isn’t a real movie yet

      • Jill O’Rourke

        It’s apparently a Filipino soap opera, but Lifetime hasn’t gotten to it yet.

    • Olivia Wilson

      There’s a Boy She Met Online AND a Girl He Met Online?! This is outrageous.

      • Jill O’Rourke

        They saw a void and they decided to fill it.

      • Pinky

        And a wife. And a husband.

    • elle

      I feel sad for myself because I got 9/10. Also I’ve seen most of them, which makes me sadder.

      • Jill O’Rourke

        Don’t be sad, your viewing experience came in handy!

    • Erin

      I was also confused when I saw the new movie’s title. It wasn’t until I read the description that I realized it actually is new. I’m a little disappointed they couldn’t find a way to work “17″ into the title. 17 is a very bad age according to Lifetime.

      • Jill O’Rourke

        “The Girl He Met Online At 17″ does have a nice ring to it.

    • J_Doe5686

      9/10. Great. Too much Lifetime for me!

    • Ginny

      I don’t know if I’m proud or embarrassed that I just got a 10/10 on this quiz. Also, I’m glad I’m past the age of 17, because apparently that’s when your friends betray you, your meet bad boys, you contemplate suicide, and eventually are murdered by your friends. 17 is a very bad age.

      • Katie Kat

        Don’t forget, you also give up your child for adoption then because you couldn’t hack being a “Mom at 16″!

    • Katie Kat

      Ha ha, I got a 100 percent. I’m actually embarrassed. But wait! I see the titles when scrolling the tv guide past Lifetime.

    • julesgilead

      I feel like they really missed out on an opportunity with “General Petraus: Man of Lies.” Sounds like a cartoon supervillain.

    • Trevor

      Jill, do you realize that Alexandra Paul (the woman in “The Boy She Met Online”) is basically a Lifetime goddess. She is in a TON of Lifetime movies.

    • ES

      genius quiz!