Legal drama about the prosecution's and the defense team's take on each criminal case.

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...  Jimmy Brogan 13 episodes, 2010-2011
...  Kathryn Peale 13 episodes, 2010-2011
...  Terrence 'Edge' Edgecomb 13 episodes, 2010-2011
...  Alejo Salazar 13 episodes, 2010-2011
...  Chad Griffin 13 episodes, 2010-2011
...  Rhonda 13 episodes, 2010-2011
...  Tina 11 episodes, 2010-2011
...  Lena Boudreaux 10 episodes, 2010-2011
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Legal drama about the prosecution's and the defense team's take on each criminal case.

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Let the battle begin.

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Crime | Drama

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22 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Cancelled after a single series, which only partially ran in its initial U.S. airing. See more »

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seriously engaging and as for the rest, who cares?
19 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

Maura Tierney or no Maura, I'm enjoying every bit of this show. Please don't cancel this show!!

I realize that aspects of this show need improvement. The banter between the two leads is confusing at best, because it is unclear where their relationship is going i.e. romance? friendship? enemies4eva?.

I absolutely adore every bit of this show, with its interesting premise, its well-thought-out cases, its fearless take on aspects of the world that few shows, even 'legal dramas', dare to take on. Elder abuse? Rape? I'm amazed so many people--if, you know, TV critics actually qualify as "people", and I'm a doubter as of late--have so many problems with this show. There's worse TV on television, people.

As far as I'm concerned, 'Dancing with the Stars'--which many people bizarrely seem to love, which just goes to show the U.S. public has horrible and uneducated taste in everything--ought to be the first to hit the chopping block, if we're talking 'shows to be canceled.'

'The Whole Truth' is at least trying to do something real, and good for all humanity, not just those of us whose lives are so dull we require constant distraction. That's a lot more than most shows can say--and it's more than enough to earn my unending support.

You go, Maura, whose name I'm probably spelling wrong here. I'm sick of people who don't know a thing about the profession featured in a television show critiquing the "reality" of the way said profession is presented. Shut it. Write your own TV show, leave this one alone.


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