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Complete series cast summary:
Jude Ciccolella ...  Warren Stone 1 episode, 1998
Kimberley Davies ...  Maya 1 episode, 1998
Jarrod Emick Jarrod Emick ...  Ed Edmunds 1 episode, 1998
Dean Stockwell ...  Mac Murphy 1 episode, 1998
Mark Hamill ...  Albert Rumford / ... 1 episode, 1998
Rachel Bilson ...  Jenna 1 episode, 1998
Lynda Boyd ...  Mom 1 episode, 1998
Henri Brown Henri Brown ...  SWAT Sgt. 1 episode, 1998
Richard Burgi 1 episode, 1998
Garvin Cross ...  Roy 1 episode, 1998
Colin Cunningham ...  Deputy Hammer 1 episode, 1998
C. Ernst Harth ...  Officer Wenkel 1 episode, 1998
Terrance Leigh Terrance Leigh ...  SWAT Team Leader 1 episode, 1998
Betty Linde 1 episode, 1998
Alex Machholz Alex Machholz ...  Boy 1 episode, 1998
Heather Medway 1 episode, 1998
Joe Nipote ...  Nick the Cappuccino Guy / ... 1 episode, 1998
Clay St. Thomas ...  Phil Axelrod 1 episode, 1998
Bruce A. Young ...  Captain Noland 1 episode, 1998


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Terrific possible series
11 July 1999 | by Alan ESee all my reviews

It is a shame that many TV pilots which show obvious quality do not get picked up, and many series which have no potential do. "It's True" was a fantasy possible tv series created / developed and directed by Danny Bilson (producer of the hit series Viper). In fact the premise of the show itself was terrific. The show explored the lives of 4 tv reporters who work for a fictional tabloid tv show called "It's True". However, they discover that some news that is definitely important are not making it to air. They then start running from the Government when they reveal a conspiracy, and government officials are in hot pursuit of them knowing that their information could expose the entire United States government.

I was in fact lucky to find the pilot episode (the only episode shot) called "The Rats of Rumfordton" which was filmed on location in Vancouver Canada over a 3 week period.

The CBS Network had ordered the pilot and due to the high tech special effects and computer graphics had commissioned US 8.2 Million Dollars for the pilot. When the fall 1998 - 1999 season approached CBS networked the pilot and commissioned financing for an additonal 5 episodes. However due to a lack of financing for other possible shows CBS pulled out of the deal with Paramount at the last possible minute.

The show was terrific and featured previous Aaron Spelling "Pacific Palisades" blonde bombshell Australian actress Kimberley Davies as Maya the naughty reporter and Jarod Emick (another Pacific Palisades resident) as Ed the reporter constantly trying to win her affection. The rest of the cast included Jean Stocolla and C. Ernest Harth.

Terrific pilot with great potential pity it wasn't picked up.

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