Angie Harmon plays Hazel King, a single mother committed to protect and defend those who can’t protect themselves while protecting and defending her daughter, Joy (Lauren Richards). Hazel was kidnapped from the streets of Las Vegas at the age of 15 and trained as a hit woman until a surprise pregnancy forces her to leave everything behind. Hazel is now the proprietor of a BBQ cafe in Barstow, CA, where her past catches up with her when a stranger Elliot (Kristoffer Polaha) arrives and Hazel discovers mixing work with pleasure as she’s drawn back in for another hit.
What is Buried in Barstow lifetime movie about?
Buried In Barstow is a new Lifetime film about Hazel King, a single mother who is trying to protect her daughter, Joy, from her past. When her history catches up with her in Barstow, King, a trained killer who lived on the streets until she was 15, is dragged back into it. Buried In Barstow premieres tonight, Saturday, June 4th, at 8 p.m. on Lifetime, with a live broadcast.
A surprise pregnancy pushed King to leave her life of money and murder behind after she was taken in and trained as a hit woman. A man named Elliot strolls in and upends her idyllic existence a decade removed from her life of crime, where she is now the owner of a diner in Barstow, California. King faces some difficult choices when she is expected to pull off one more hit. Take a look at the Buried In Barstow trailer below:
Buried in Barstow lifetime movie cast
Who is in Buried in Barstow? A look at the cast:
George Paez as Javier
Angie Harmon as Hazel King
Kristoffer Polaha as Elliot
Timothy Granaderos as Travis
Lauren Richards as Joy King
Gabriel ‘G-Rod’ Rodriguez as Phil
Scott Hunter as Kurt
Brendan Patrick Connor as Rudy
Anthony Reynolds as Walter Chernov
Chris TC Edge as Casino High Roller
Brent Moorer Gaskins as Restaurant Local
Ben Cain as Perry Gamble
Matthew Cornwell as Willy
Exie Booker as Carl
Jessica A. Caesar as Simone
Is Buried In Barstow a true story?
‘Buried in Barstow’ isn’t based on a true story, to be sure. The intriguing story is thanks to the creative brains of Thompson Evans and Tom Evans, the former of whom has extensive experience working on and writing for a variety of shows. As a result, the two Evans collaborated and concocted a fascinating plot with a few allusions to reality.
Hazel works as a serial killer for the majority of her life until she is blessed with a daughter, Joy, in the Lifetime film. She abandons this lifestyle in order to live a normal life with her kid. When her history begins to damage her present and potentially her future, she is driven to return to her old ways. This pattern of a female character engaging in the murdering industry has been observed in a number of other films and television shows. Sook-Hee / Chae Yeon-Soo in ‘The Villainess’ is one of the better instances.
Sook-Hee, like Hazel, has been trained to be a killer since she was a youngster. She wants to leave the business now that she has given birth to her own child and live a normal life with her child. As you can see, the subject and aspects in the Lifetime film aren’t something we haven’t seen before on screen. Despite this, the truth remains that ‘Buried in Barstow’ is not based on true events.