Is Joanna Hanley still on the hunt for the truth? Has the Burden of Truth TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Burden of Truth, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?
What’s This TV Show About?
A CW legal drama from creator Brad Simpson, Burden of Truth stars Kristin Kreuk, Peter Mooney, Alex Carter, Star Slade, Benjamin Ayres, Nicola Correia-Damude, Meegwun Fairbrother, and Sara Thompson. The serial centers on attorney Joanna Hanley (Kreuk), who walked away from her partnership at a corporate law firm in order to figure out why a mysterious illness is afflicting high school girls from her home town. Back in Millwood, Manitoba, on the Canadian prairie, Joanna joins forces with her old high school foe, Billy Crawford (Mooney), who is now a local attorney. While she’s trying to get to the truth of what’s happening to these girls, she must also face why her family fled the town, years ago.
Season One Ratings
Will The CW cancel or renew Burden of Truth for season two? The series comes from Canada and has already been renewed for a second season of eight episodes there. It seems likely that The CW will air them next year but, given the lousy numbers, there are no guarantees. I’ll update this page with breaking developments. Subscribe for free Burden of Truth cancellation or renewal alerts.
10/10/18 update: The CW has picked up the second season for Summer 2019. Details here.
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