You have to check out Truth Be Told, the new premiere tonight on Family Movie Night! It airs tonight, (Saturday 4/16/11), on Fox at 8/7 C. This sweet show stars Candace Cameron Bure (I was totally a Full House fan!), Ronny Cox, and David James Elliott.
Truth Be Told is a lighthearted and entertaining story about the pitfalls of compromising your integrity to achieve your goals. It highlights how being honest builds character and earns the trust of others. The story touches on ambition, personal achievement, integrity, and moral courage. Elements greatly lacking in most of today’s TV viewing.
–> Click here to see a Preview of Truth Be Told <–
It’s refreshing to see a something that is just good clean viewing. My husband and I really enjoyed the show. It was a really clean movie, and frankly better than most cartoons and “kid” movies we’ve seen.
It’s also being promoted by Moms 4 Family TV, a national group that supports and encourages companies creating entertainment options that families can enjoy together.
For more information visit www.familymovienight.com or check out Family Movie Night on Facebook
Ooooo thanks! I'll be watching this! And checking out that link to others. TV really has gone downhill. 🙁 Guess what, Candace Cameron Bure is coming to speak at my church on the 29th!!! I'm so excited to hear her! 🙂
Whoops, neither link worked for me. For the family movie night.
Did it only play that once or will it play again somewhere? I missed it! Thanks!
Never mind! for some reason I thought it said it premiers on the 15th! :O) I am batting 1,000 today LOL
Set the DVR!! Thanks for the review to draw my attention!
It sounds good to me, but seems like it would be of little interest to my family–a 7 and 8 year old. It seems like all of these family night movies have been geared toward older kids and parents.
I hope this is really what is on tonight. My dvr says it is a rated R show by the same name but totally different actors/premise. :o(
Shannon: Yes, I think older kids, my younger ones wouldn't probably care much about it. Maria: Definitely NOT rated R, make sure it's the one with Candace Cameron Bure.
it is nice to see a movie with good values… that is such a rarity these days!
I'm happy to know that there's still TV show like this that's aware with the moral values that the other people must always remember. This mentioned ambition, personal achievement, integrity, and moral courage are very important to bare in our mind. Keep up the good work, you can help a lot of people especially the kids and the adult as well.