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The Whole Truth: Season 1 (2010)



Critic Consensus: The Whole Truth attempts to put an new spin on the courtroom drama, but its overly speedy pace keeps the characters from coming into focus.


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A legal drama told from the perspectives of both the prosecution and defense. The first and only season starred Rob Morrow and Maura Tierney as attorneys in New York City.


Rob Morrow
as Jimmy Brogan
Maura Tierney
as Kathryn Peale
Eamonn Walker
as Sr. ADA Terrence "Edge" Edgecomb
Sean Wing
as Chad Griffin
Anthony Ruivivar
as Alejo Salazar
Christine Adams
as Lena Boudreaux
Annabella Sciorra
as Madeline Landon
Tricia Helfer
as Bitsie Katz
Harold Perrineau
as Paul Braun
Judd Hirsch
as Judge Ruben Wright
Jesse Lee Soffer
as Scott Simmons
John Aylward
as Judge Jeremiah Studley
Mandy Patinkin
as Lloyd Perlman
Jack McGee
as Stan Klotz
Tiffany Dupont
as Monica Gerwig
Summer Bishil
as Michelle Penner
Chance Kelly
as Det. Geoff Rowe
Parminder Nagra
as Pilar Shirazee
Wayne Knight
as Judge Mark Hulverson
Rick Gonzalez
as Ronnie Sotto
Rick Kelly
as Glen Sellards
Wade Williams
as Det. Razik
Josh Stamberg
as Carl Bagley
Betsy Brandt
as Sister Theresa
Kevin Chapman
as William "Billy" Brogan
Erik Palladino
as Det. Kipper Jenks
Paul Perri
as Judge Cameron Reed
Allison Smith
as Corinne Sellards
Joe Reegan
as Javier Landon
Dean Norris
as Mike Taylor
Gabriel Notarangelo
as Anthony Esposito
Judith Ivey
as Bernadette Peale
Myk Watford
as Bob Keller
Gene Farber
as Brian Delgaso
Jake Thomas
as Mark Esposito
Max Greenfield
as Joseph Tucci
Roger Aaron Brown
as Judge Hampton
Skyler Day
as Brianna Sellards
Blake Shields
as Kevin O'Shea
Deedee Rescher
as Joy Shulak
Isabelle Fuhrman
as Lyric Byrne
Navid Negahban
as Paul Bagdazarian
Adina Porter
as Det. Sweeney
Torri Higginson
as Judge Jerue
Andrew McGee
as Terrell Bones
Karina Logue
as Kayla Byrne
Shari Vasseghi
as Meena Bagdazarian
Zoe McLellan
as Stephanie Concolino
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Critic Reviews for The Whole Truth: Season 1

All Critics (21) | Top Critics (14)

Bruckheimer invariably seems to prefer going at least a little over the top rather than depend on audiences to grasp anything resembling subtlety.

June 4, 2020 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…
Top Critic

The Whole Truth gets a split verdict. Solid idea, inconsistent execution.

September 22, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

The pleasure to be found on the show is in watching Tierney and Morrow riff off each other like very competitive tennis players, hitting the ball back and forth with all their anger behind each whack - then shaking hands warmly at the end of the match.

September 22, 2010 | Full Review…

There's some minor Rashomon-style point-of-view switching as the attorneys prepare their opposing cases each week, and never know who's going to win, which makes this a bit different, and a bit more intriguing, than many standard lawyer shows.

September 22, 2010 | Full Review…

"The Whole Truth" equals "Law & Order: The Next Generation." It's still just a little too overeager and needs to mature.

September 22, 2010 | Rating: B | Full Review…
Top Critic

While the promise of bringing something completely new to the legal procedural may have been a little off, it certainly provides a refreshing change of pace.

June 4, 2020 | Full Review…

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