The Whole Truth: Cancelled Series Pulled by ABC

Whole TruthThough the cast and crew of The Whole Truth will get to finish filming their 13 episode commitment, there’s no guarantee viewers will get to see them any time soon. Earlier this week, it was revealed that the show had been cancelled by ABC. Now, it looks like the network is pulling the legal drama from the schedule for the whole month of November.

As previously announced, next week’s episode will be preempted by the interview special In the Spotlight With Robin Roberts: All Access Nashville. The following week, the entire Wednesday night line-up is bumped for the Country Music Awards.

After that, Whole Truth is being replaced by a pair of celebrity specials. On November 17th, ABC will air 25 Years of Sexy: People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive!. The following week, Primetime: Celebrity Plastic Surgery Gone Too Far? will take the timeslot.

It’s unknown if The Whole Truth will return in December or if ABC will keep the remaining nine episodes sitting on the shelf.

What do you think? Will ABC air the rest of the The Whole Truth episodes soon, over the summer, or never?

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  1. says

    You always pull the best show on tv at the worst time . The only dencent realallity show on these day shows like liszert towing ,beachtowing, toring wars towing games.too meny dumm reaility shows . My friends and i are wondering what happen to good old story sitcom that made you think & made you laught .Please put destination truth bake on take off the shows like face off , fear facter to me are dumm shows . concernwatcher.

  2. Allyson says

    I would like to see ABC run the remaining episodes during the summer. I really enjoyed this show. NO MORE CELEBRITY REALITY SHOWS. The Bachelor shows are the ones that need to be canceled. Come on ABC – Give the other shows a chance. Bring back The Whole Truth.

  3. Sue says

    Very disappointed that this series has been cancelled. Would like to see ABC air the remaining episodes.

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