Based on an unfortunate true event, Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey tells the story of a young girl from Tampa Bay, Florida who went missing but was able to escape from her abductor.
A case that should be closely dissected until the kidnapper is brought to justice winds up sullied by the fact that the majority of her town doesn’t believe her—except one detective. Now, McVey works with this detective to tell her truth, stop the serial killer, and prevent this kind of tragedy from happening to anyone else.
The 2018 film starring Ginny & Georgia actress Katie Douglas is highly praised by its audiences, scoring an 88% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, and it’s clear to see why. Such a story shakes the core of many and brings awareness to a tragic issue that still runs rampant in this world. It’s truly a powerful movie.
Here’s where you can watch the film and learn about the tale of Lisa McVey.
Is Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey on Netflix?
Unfortunately, Believe Me is not currently streaming on Netflix US, but it is streaming on Netflix in the United Kingdom. It’s unclear when or if the film will make its way to users in America; however, once it does, we will be sure to let you know.
Where to watch Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey
If you don’t live in the United Kingdom, you can watch the film via Lifetime Movie Club when you sign up and subscribe. Additionally, you can purchase the movie on Amazon Prime Video to own it permanently.
Once the film is available on Netflix US, we’ll announce it here. In the meantime, experience stories similar to McVey’s on Netflix by watching Unbelievable or Abducted in Plain Sight. When streaming viewer discretion is advised given the sensitive subject matter.
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