Fans waiting to see Lindsay Lohan's latest movie won't have to leave their living rooms.
Lindsay's new film, "Labor Pains," will not be released in theaters, Access Hollywood has learned.
Instead, the comedy will premiere on ABC Family, a source for the film's production company, Nu Image/Millennium Films, confirmed to Access.
The movie will debut on the cable channel in July 2009, with a DVD release coming in August.
In the film, which wrapped production in August 2008, Lindsay plays a woman who fakes being pregnant to save herself from being fired and is then forced to keep the lie going for nine months.
However, the source did say the movie would hit theaters internationally. No release date was available.
Lindsay was last seen on the big screen in "Chapter 27," opposite Jared Leto. Her other recent film credits include "Georgia Rule," "I Know Who Killed Me" and "A Prairie Home Companion."
She has reportedly lined up a new as-of-yet untitled romantic comedy, alongside Nick Cannon about a girl trying to make it in New York's fashion world who gets set up on a date with a guy who is blind.