Tonight it is time for the new Lifetime movie "Custody, Panetierre" and this one stars Viola Davis. It is a movie that you do not want to miss watching. Now everyone is curious if this one is based on a true story or not. A lot of the time Lifetime movies seem like they could be from a real story, but that just isn't the case.

"Custody" ends up in the courts

"Custody" is a very serious movie about a topic that affects so many people. In this movie, Viola Davis plays a judge. The case is all about Sara Diaz (Catalina Sandino Moreno) who was accused of hurting her son.

Davis will have to make the decision if she should get her children back or not. This woman will end up making the decision to kidnap her children to make sure she gets them, which of course, isn't the right choice. This movie will be all about if letting her have her children back is the right choice or not.

Hayden Panettiere of "Nashville" is also in this movie. She will play a lawyer, which is a totally different character than everyone is used to seeing her play as Juliette Barnes. Hayden looks like she fits in this role great.

The writer and director of the movie did spend some time in the court room to get details on what to do for this movie. There are a few parts in the movie that are talked about that are based on true stories.

The movie isn't totally based on one story, but instead it is based on a few various stories that he has heard while spending time in court.

Everyone is going to have to see how it all works out in "Custody." With this great cast, hopefully it all turns out amazing and this gives the fans a movie that they will love. "Custody" will premiere on Lifetime tonight and is a movie you don't want to miss.

If you don't get to see it, check the guide because they will be playing it again.

Are you excited to watch "Custody" with Viola Davis on Lifetime? Do you think that this movie seemed based on a true story? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss watching "Custody" tonight on Lifetime.