More of a TV-movie than anything, and it is Hallmark [home of Disease/Spousal Abuse of the Week flicks], so I wouldn't get hopes up too high, but the synopsis sounds a bit more interesting than usual.
A frontier town is fueled by crime and corruption until a strong-willed heroine and her friends, including legendary lawman Wyatt Earp and gunfighter Doc Holliday, take a stand for justice to see who will be left standing in "Hannah's Law," a Hallmark Movie Channel Original produced by Nomadic Pictures Productions 3 and Sony Pictures Television, premiering on the network in 2012. The film, which is currently in production in Calgary, Alberta, stars Sara Canning ("The Vampire Diaries") as Hannah, Greystone Holt ("Durham County") as Wyatt Earp, Kimberly Elise ("For Colored Girls") as Stagecoach Mary, four-time Emmy(R) Award nominee Danny Glover ("Freedom Song," "Mandela") as Isom Dart, Billy Zane ("Titanic") as Lockwood, Ryan Kennedy ("Hellcats") as Doc Holliday and John Pyper-Ferguson ("Caprica") plays Frank McMurphy.
From orphan to bounty hunter, tough-minded Hannah Beaumont doesn't take lip from anyone. Only in her mid-twenties, Hannah is driven by a soul-consuming mission to track down and bring to justice the McMurphy gang who brutally murdered her parents and young brother. Comfortable as a mercenary, Hannah's fierce independence keeps the people in her life at a distance: Isom Dart, the father figure who taught Hannah everything he knows about shooting and hunting men, handsome admirer and suitor Wyatt Earp, mysterious Doc Holliday and Hannah's best friend Stagecoach Mary. But when Hannah and her friends prove to the McMurphy gang that getting into Dodge is easy, but getting out will be hell, a shocking secret is revealed that will change Hannah's life forever.
I've got a feeling I can guess what the secret will be, but never mind...