ABC has pulled The Whole Truth off its schedule, a network rep confirmed Monday.
The move effectively cancels the Wednesday-night legal drama starring Maura Tierney and Rob Morrow, which drew just 3.65 million viewers for its most recent airing. The series will be replaced immediately by...
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Despite appearances, ABC's The Whole Truth is not just another lawyer show, says executive producer Tom Donaghy.
"It differs [in] its very form," he says. Whereas other courtroom dramas have focused on either the prosecution or the defense, "our show offers both perspectives. To my knowledge, that hasn't been done before."
The Whole Truth is taking aim at cougars.
Annabella Sciorra, who played Tony's crazy mistress on The Sopranos, will guest-star in ABC's new legal drama as...
Wait and see. That's a fairly typical approach to the fall TV season this time of year, as pilots are being tweaked and strategies put in place to launch a new crop of shows.
But for ABC, rocked in the last few days by the abrupt resignation of its entertainment president Steve McPherson, a wait-and-see attitude permeated the network's entire Sunday presentation on the TCA circuit.
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