ABC cancels The Whole Truth after only airing a handful episodes, but the show will be able to show all thirteen episodes in its rookie (and only) season.
The news was confirmed on Twitter by co-executive producer KristieAnne Reed. “ABC gave us the word,” she tweeted. “We will only make 13 episodes of The Whole Truth.”
So, this news of The Whole Truth cancellation by ABC is something that was quite expected since the show numbers were low, but it was a good show, and any Maura Tierney vehicle should get some vote of confidence, but the network could not wait any longer on the decision and ax The Whole Truth.
What was The Whole Truth About? Plot
The Whole Truth is an American legal drama series that premiered on ABC on September 22, 2010. Episodes air on Wednesdays at 10:00pm ET/9:00pm CT. The show, which stars Rob Morrow and Maura Tierney, chronicles legal cases from the points of view of both the prosecution and the defense; it is set in New York City and shot in Los Angeles.
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