We're so watching this.
Lifetime changed the date for its Menendez Brothers movie, "Menendez: Blood Brothers," which the network announced Friday will now premiere on June 11.
Nico Tortorella and Myko Olivier are playing murderous siblings Lyle and Erik. Meanwhile, Courtney Love and Benito Martinez star as Kitty and Jose Menendez, who were brutally killed by their sons with a shotgun back in 1989.
"Based on the true story, the movie explores the inner lives and motivation behind the murders of entertainment executive Jose Menendez and his wife Kitty at the hands of their sons Lyle and Erik in 1989," reads a release from the network.
"The movie will also reveal new details about the extreme abuse the brothers endured at their father’s hands, all while their mother looked the other way," the synopsis continues. "The film is executive produced and directed by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, and the script is written by Abdi Nazemian. Charles Pugliese also executive produces."
The movie comes after Lyle's recent media blitz, where he gave his first interviews about the murders in 20 years.
"I am the kid that did kill his parents and no river of tears has changed that and no amount of regret has changed it," Lyle told ABC News in January. "I accept that. You are often defined by a few moments of your life, but that's not who you are in your life. Your life is your totality of it… You can't change it. You just, you're stuck with the decisions you made."
Lyle and his brother Erik are currently serving life sentences without parole after being convicted of first-degree murder on March 20, 1996.