Yesterday we found out ABC gave full season orders to their new series No Ordinary Family and Better with You. However, their new legal drama The Whole Truth wasn’t mentioned in the press release extended the series run. Now we know why as EW noticed a Twitter update from co-executive producer KristieAnne Reed saying, “ABC gave us the word. We will only make 13 episodes of [The Whole Truth].” However, she followed up by saying, “We are shooting all 13 episodes of [The Whole Truth] through mid-December and ABC will air all of the episodes.” So for any fans who may be devastated by the loss of this new legal drama (though judging by the ratings, there don’t seem to be that many) at least you’ll get to see all the completed episodes. Anyone disappointed?
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