Lifetime has announced that a movie based on the college admissions scandal that included celebrities Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman is on the way. 

The two-hour TV movie will focus on the real-life scandal where "over 50 privileged and elite individuals from across the country were exposed for criminally conspiring to influence the undergraduate admissions decisions at some of America’s top schools."

It will follow two wealthy mothers obsessed with getting their teenagers into the best colleges possible. The women will eventually have to face the consequences of their actions after the college admissions consultant they worked with cooperates with the FBI and pleads guilty. 

While the announcement doesn't name Loughlin or Huffman, the "mastermind" behind the plan, Rick Singer, is directly mentioned and could be a character in the movie. 

Lifetime has not announced an air date or who will star in the movie. 

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