Moment of Truth

  • 2008
  • TV-14
  • game show

A game show in which contestants submit to a lie-detector test while answering personal questions in order to win cash prizes.

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Exit Interview: Reality Guru Mike Darnell Recounts His Most Notorious Shows

As the president of alternative programming at Fox, Mike Darnell developed a well-earned reputation as a showman with a wicked mind. "I usually like to take a pitch and twist it into something more evil or more dangerous," says Darnell, who was once… Read more

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Hole in the Wall Fills Moment of Truth Time Slot

Fox's Moment of Truth will take a moment and sit out the fall, instead ceding its Thursdays-at-8 tim…

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Fall TV Press Tour: 24, Fringe, Truth Talk & More

Matt and Mickey here at the TCA press tour. Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly has taken the s…

Mark Walberg by Joe Viles/Fox
Moment of Truth Host: Home-wrecker Rap Is "Crap"

While conceding that Moment of Truth isn't "doing God's work," host Mark Walberg refuses t…

Joe Rhodes and <EM>The Moment of Truth </EM>host Mark L. Walberg
Sitting on The Moment of Truth's Hot Seat

Think Fox's controversial quiz show The Moment of Truth (Wednesdays at 8 pm/ET) is nothing but hype?…

Eva Miller by Michael Becker/FOX
Ratings Roundup: Networks Getting Out-Foxed

Surprise, surprise: Fox's Wed. viewers outnumbered those on any other network, again, with American…

Mark Walberg, <EM>Moment of Truth</EM>
The Truth About Fox's Controversial Reality Show

With 23 million viewers, The Moment of Truth (Wednesdays, 9 pm/ET, Fox) garnered the highest-rated s…

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