Truth Be Told, the Apple TV crime thriller that has made comparisons to The Sinner, was praised primarily for her stellar performance and suspenseful stories. The drama, which originally released as a limited series in December 2019, made room to become a full-length show spanning multiple seasons and plots.
Truth Be Told the first season follows podcaster Parnell when he is forced to reopen the murder case that made him a national sensation and she comes face-to-face with the man she accidentally led behind bars be of help.
Apple wants to continue the second season of its original script series. The latest drama to renew Season 2 is the drama True Be Todd, starring and produced by Octavia Spencer.
Updates about the show from Apple:
Octavia Spencer will return as Poppy Pernell for season 2, while the second season focuses on a new case.
Truth Be Told’s first season was based on the novel Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber. She followed the story of investigative podcaster Poppy Pernell as she investigates the case of convicted murderer Warren Cave (Aaron Paul). During the eighth season episode, Poppy stops Pope if her podcast has an undue influence on the life of a potentially innocent person.
The expected storyline:
In season 1 of the show, Popcaster Pernell (Octavia Spencer), crime and crime podcaster, while reviewing a previous case, reported that she had reported when she was a young journalist; A case that launched him to fame. In her stories, Poppy wrote a derogatory profile of Warren Kew (Aaron Paul), a teenager who tries to murder her neighbor. Her profile represented her image as a monster and probably influenced the jury, then found her guilty.
The star cast of the show:
- Octavia Spencer as Poppy Parnell
- Aaron Paul as Warren Cave
- Hunter Doohan as young Warren Cave
- Lizzy Caplan as Josie and Lanie Buhrman
- Elizabeth Perkins as Melanie Cave
- Michael Beach as Ingram Parnell
- Mekhi Phifer as Markus Knox
- Tracie Thoms as Desiree Scoville
- Haneefah Wood as Cydia Scoville
- Ron Cephas Jones as Leander “Shreve” Scoville