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Lifetime's 'Amanda Knox' Movie to Get Adjusted to Acquittal

October 4, 2011 (6:56 am) GMT
The updated rebroadcast of 'Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy', which includes information on her successful appeal, will first air on Tuesday evening, October 4.

Amanda Knox's recent acquittal will be included in Lifetime's "". Following her free verdict on Monday, October 3, the network announces that it will alter the movie to include a new opening and closing card that provides updated information on Knox's successful appeal.

The updated version of the film will air for the first time on Tuesday night, October 4 at 9 P.M.. However, the network has no plans to make a sequel for the -starring drama whose original version debuted in February this year.

Knox began serving a 26-year sentence in prison in 2009 in Italy after she was convicted in a trial for Meredith Kercher's murder. After filing her appeal in 2010, she was acquitted on Monday and is declared free to return to America.


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