"Truth Be Told" is an American drama streaming television series directed by Nichelle Tramble Spellman.
The starring cast includes Octavia Spencer as Poppy Parnell, Lizzy Caplan as Josie and Lanie Buhrman, Aaron Paul as Warren Cave, Elizabeth Perkins as Melanie Cave, Michael Beach as Ingram Rhoades, Mekhi Phifer as Markus Killebrew, Tracie Thoms as Desiree Scoville, Haneefah Wood as Cydie Scoville, Ron Cephas Jones as Leander "Shreve" Scoville, Hunter Doohan as Teenage Warren and others.

Here are "Truth Be Told" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Truth Be Told TV series?

Apple TV on Tuesday, August 03, 2021 released the trailer for "Truth Be Told" you can watch here:
Truth Be Told - Season 2 Official Trailer | Apple TV+.

Plot summary

What is Truth Be Told TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Truth Be Told" TV series plot summary.

True crime podcaster Poppy Parnell (Octavia Spencer) is called to investigate the case of convicted killer Warren Cave (Aaron Paul), a man she painted as the murderer of the father of identical twins. Soon, Parnell must decide where the lines between guilt and innocence lie when Cave claims that he was framed for the crime.


Who plays who in the Truth Be Told TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Truth Be Told" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Octavia Spencer  as Poppy Parnell an investigative reporter behind a hit true-crime podcast
Lizzy Caplan  as Josie and Lanie Buhrman a pair of twin sisters whose father was allegedly murdered by Warren Cave
Aaron Paul  as Warren Cave a convicted murderer and subject of Poppy's podcasts
Elizabeth Perkins  as Melanie Cave Warren's mother
Michael Beach  as Ingram Rhoades Poppy's husband
Mekhi Phifer  as Markus Killebrew a former detective and long time friend of Poppy
Tracie Thoms  as Desiree Scoville Poppy's younger sister
Haneefah Wood  as Cydie Scoville Poppy's youngest sister
Ron Cephas Jones  as Leander "Shreve" Scoville Poppy's father
Hunter Doohan  as Teenage Warren
Rico E. Anderson  as Herbie manages the biker bar, 'The Knock'
Tami Roman  as Lillian Scoville Poppy's stepmother
Nic Bishop  as Chuck Buhrman Josie and Lanie's father
Annabella Sciorra  as Erin Buhrman Josie and Lanie's mother
Molly Hagan  as Susan Carver Josie and Lanie's aunt
Billy Miller  as Alex Dunn Lanie's husband
Brett Cullen  as Owen Cave Warren's father
Everleigh McDonell  as Ella Dunn Lanie's daughter
Katherine LaNasa  as Noa Havilland the producer of Poppy's podcast
Lyndon Smith  as Chandra Willets
Michael Franklin  as Young Leander "Shreve" Scoville
Caroline Huey  as Teenage Lanie
Rebecca Huey  as Teenage Josie
Stella Weinstein  as Young Lanie
Mayson Weinstein  as Young Josie
Alona Tal  as Ivy
Julie Craig  as Shae
Laura Allen  as Alana Cave
Tim DeZarn  as Kuvney
Cranston Johnson  as Moss Scoville
Brett Lapeyrouse  as Drew Turney
Anthony Lee Medina  as Ramon
Michael Muhney  as Martin Haywood
Colby French  as Detective Hunter
Brooklynn MacKinzie  as Young Poppy
Frankie J. Allison  as C.O. Hill
Barry Livingston  as Harris McQuaid
Travis Johns  as Turner
Jackson Hurst  as Caleb Lythe
Graham Shiels  as Armand Korpa
Andy Mackenzie  as Rodgers
Indira G. Wilson  as Shirley Maxwell
Makeba Pace  as Mayor Gloria Lemmons
Christopher Showerman  as C.O. Walters
Kate Connor  as A.D.A. Norah Bowdoin
Makenzie Lee-Foster  as Young Donni
Desiree Hall  as Rosemary
Chase Brosamle  as Henry Cave
Joss Glennie-Smith  as Dyson
Jance Enslin  as Grandson
Clayton Hoff  as McClintock
Janora McDuffie  as Processing Clerk Harris
Chris Wolfe  as Male Newscaster
Heather Grace Hancock  as Julia
Javier Calderon  as Officer George Rivera
Kate Hudson
Kaipo Schwab  as Greg Kim
Phuong Kubacki  as Jill
Al Rodrigo
Ray Stoney  as C.O. Tuttle
Arianna Ortiz  as Detective Theresa Ribero
Jeff Kober
Abby Brammell
Diana Romero  as Joanna
Kristen Marie Kelly  as Kristen
Stephanie Maura Sanchez  as Nina Cedillo
Jon Sklaroff  as Rick Busby
Jamison Yang  as Kevin Fung
James Hornbeck
Lisa Linke  as Rebecca Vonner
Cheryl White  as Mrs. Isaacs
Shannon Wilcox
Noel Arthur
Mark Elias  as Tim D'Amico
Hugo Medina
Samantha Sloyan  as Sharon Dostikas
Brett Brock  as Corrigan
Brad Schmidt  as Dru
Robert Arce  as Chris Harkin
Jan Jeffcoat  as News Anchor
Dan Martin
Andrew Brian Carter  as Rafe Polin
Joy Brunson  as Elinor
Kate Enggren  as Nurse Marybeth
Anne Beyer  as Winnifred Kaplan
Brooke Thomas  as Female Newscaster
Jennifer Say Gan  as Nurse Beverly
Ciera Hart  as Trini
Andy Hoff  as A.D.A. Gary Lawrence
Tony Wilde  as Dave
Scott Subiono  as Detective Clark Stitt
Patrick Quinlan  as Cleaner
Tatum Shank  as Curtis Mayes
Bruce Katzman  as Dr. Ian Poole
Keith Barber  as Prison Chaplain
Terrah Bennett Smith  as Valerie
Ursula Burton  as Professor Simmons
Katherine Kamhi  as Darla
Al Pugliese  as Harlan Walsh
Karl Risinger  as Visitation Room C.O.
Toby Wilson  as Tank
Ari Frenkel  as Michael
E.J. Callahan  as Nurse Tony
Abdul Salaam El Razzac  as Elderly Inmate
Windy Marshall  as Shelby Wagner
Brice Williams  as Tim Dostikas
Neil Arnote  as Officer
John Eddins  as Graves
Katie Kerr  as Maria Isaacs
Kelly Chavers  as Laura
Tacey Adams  as Elderly Woman's Sister
Jernard Burks  as Tupelo
Adam Dunnells  as Stocky White Inmate
Eddie Diaz  as Detective Ramos
Tom Sean Foley  as Elderly Woman's Son
Charles Janasz  as Minister
Dusty Sorg  as Skinhead
Joe Alvarez  as C.O. Clarke
Doris L. Guerrero  as Kara Rios
Toby Nichols  as Young Man
Wayne Bastrup  as Dead-Eyed Clerk
Cecile Cubilo  as Sgt. Neva Cedros
Steven Hack  as Mark Graham
Anthony Cooper  as Rutherford
Kelli Kirkland  as Rhoda Elwood
Brett Baker  as Uptight Commissioner
Mark Engelhardt  as C.O. Mattick
Lyn Alicia Henderson  as Catholic Priest
Anastasia Barnes  as Female Deputy
Kenny Barr  as Officer Jenkins
Alisha Soper  as Nurse
Starr Gilliard  as Sister Claire
Holger Moncada Jr.  as Officer Perez
Bill Lee Brown  as Waiter
Adalgiza Chermont  as Nurse Kimberly
Alycia Cooper  as Processing Officer
Jeff Elam  as Prison Director Scott
Bob Rumnock  as Minister
Mollie Zorrilla  as Processing Officer #2
Luke Judy  as Young Warren
Kate Butler  as Judge Helen Watts
Amrapali Ambegaokar  as Julia Frank
Jamal Antar  as Son of Ivar
Hale Appleman  as Lachlan
Brad Ashten  as Mystery Man
Christopher Backus  as Holt Rollins
Krizia Bajos  as Woman
Rob Brownstein  as Arthur Turney
Layla Crawford  as Drea Spivey
Keli Daniels  as Ruthie Pupkin
Donald Dash  as Aubrey Siddons
Travis DesLaurier  as Bartender
Tisha French  as Patricia
Maurice Hall  as Simon
Frankie Dale Vernail Jacobs  as Self - AA member
Harvey L. Jordan  as Pedestrian
Brian Kamei  as Guard
Allison McAtee  as Taffy Carr
Tessa Munro  as Leana Parker
Jason O'Mara  as Joshua Keith
Stephaun Pender  as Husband
Donna Pescow  as Esta Turney
Kobe Reverditto  as Officer Daniels
Chala Savino  as Waitress
Grace Shen  as Jane
Devin Sidell  as Pam
Alan Wells  as Banker
Andrรฉa Zamora  as Nurse


What are Truth Be Told filming details?

"Truth Be Told" series are produced by Orit Entertainment, Hello Sunshine, Chernin Entertainment, Endeavor Content and With an N.

Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Truth Be Told TV series?

"Truth Be Told" TV series got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.1/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 32/100.

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