Set to Air on Saturday, April 16 at 8/7c on FOX
“”Truth Be Told” plays upon the old adage, that “honesty is the best policy,” and according to Colorado’s leading marriage counselor, Annie Morgan (Candace Cameron Bure, “Full House” and “Make It Or Break It”), honesty is the key to successful long-term relationships. Ironically, Annie has never been married and doesn’t always follow her own advice. Through a misunderstanding, Annie receives an invitation for her and her spouse to join media mogul Terrance Bishop (Ronny Cox, “Stargate SG-1” and “Beverly Hills Cop”), at his New Mexico ranch to discuss her dream job: hosting a radio advice program. Fearful that being single will ruin her chance of a lifetime, Annie conspires with Mark Crane (David James Elliott, “JAG” and “Scoundrels”), an old college friend, recent widower, and father of two teenagers, to pose as a married couple for the weekend. A series of comical misunderstandings color the trip, leaving Annie emotionally involved with Mark’s family and battling with her own conscience. As the entertaining and touching story unfolds, Annie begins to realize that the truth may have its consequences, but ultimately it’s what opens our hearts and brings out the best in each other.”
I LOVE getting the chance to preview Family Movie Night movies, they always get me excited for the upcoming air date. And “Truth Be Told” did not disappoint me.
First off the cast list is amazing including my childhood favorite Candace Cameron Bure. There were many well known faces in this show along with some other not so know people but all were amazing at acting.
The story line was very cute, I didn’t like them lying but they realized in the end the lie was hurtful to more then just one, but to everyone they were lying to and with. Annie and Mark are totally cute together and the whole show you’re hoping they will become a real couple. Your heart will also break for Mark’s two kids, especially his daughter who had to see her mother die and even though it’s been 3 years it is like yesterday for her. We follow her story line watching her hate seeing her dad with another women and then growing to understand her daddy needs to be happy too.
There is so much to this movie I kind of wish it was a bit longer. It left me wanting to see more, to see how their lives go. But that is a good thing, it just meant the story line kept me interested throughout.
I hope you’ll tune in, Saturday, April 16th at 8PM est on FOX. I know I want to watch it again.
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