It's been a busy month for Rome Flynn. A little over two weeks ago, the Emmy-nominated actor announced that he was exiting the role of Zende Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful. And coming up later this month, Flynn can be seen in his first Lifetime movie.
Based on the teen horror novel by Gretchen McNeil, Ten: Murder Island is the story of a weekend retreat gone wrong. Do weekend retreats on Lifetime movies ever not go wrong? Anyhoo. When an exclusive invitation arrives for a house party on an island for ten teenagers with no parents, Meg (played by China Anne McClain) ignores her doubts and decides to go with her best friend, Minnie (played by Cassidy Gifford). When a storm leaves them stuck on the remote island, Meg finds herself navigating frenemies, former crushes, and fools while coming face to face with her past and her future.
You can probably see where this is going -- but just in case you can't -- the teens starts to die off one by one. Meg must solve the connection between herself and the other guests, none of which may be as innocent as they seem.
Ten: Murder Island premieres Saturday, September 16, at 8pm ET/7pm CT.
There's no word yet on when Flynn, who joined B&B back in 2015, will exit the CBS soap. He is scheduled to make his debut on Tyler Perry's The Haves and Have Nots in early 2018.
Will you be checking out Ten when it airs? Do you think Flynn will be a good guy, a bad guy, or a (gulp!) dead guy? We want to hear from you -- and there are many ways you can share your thoughts.