ABC is pre-empting the Nov 3 episode of The Whole Truth for a Robin Roberts special (see press release).Is this the beginning of the end for the show, or will it return?
Although The Whole Truth's ratings have been dreadful and its certain to be cancelled, I figured that recent ABC mid-season moves indicated they'd leave it on the air until all 13 of its episodes aired.
via press release:
“IN THE SPOTLIGHT WITH ROBIN ROBERTS: ALL ACCESS NASHVILLE” AIRS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 ON ABC
Exclusive Access with Brad Paisley, LeAnn Rimes, Carrie Underwood, Kellie Pickler
and Much More in Second Annual Primetime Special
Robin Roberts once again puts on her cowboy boots for an hour-long special, “In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts: All Access Nashville,” which will give viewers an all-access pass into the homes and private lives of country music’s biggest stars. Roberts will get up close and personal with such country superstars as Brad Paisley, LeAnn Rimes and Carrie Underwood. The special also takes viewers inside the amazing homes of some of country music’s biggest stars, including an exclusive tour of Kellie Pickler’s new Nashville home. “In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts: All Access Nashville” will air WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Note: This program replaces “THE WHOLE TRUTH: Liars.”
Roberts gets up close and personal with LeAnn Rimes at her California home. For the first time on camera, Rimes opens up about the breakup of her marriage and the controversial affair with actor Eddie Cibrian that made tabloid headlines. Cibrian joins the interview. Rimes also speaks candidly about her childhood.
Roberts gets a backstage pass to Brad Paisley’s tour, and also visits him and his wife, actress Kimberly Williams Paisley, who rarely does interviews, at their sprawling estate outside Nashville.
Carrie Underwood invites Roberts backstage on tour and opens up about her big year musically and personally, including her recent wedding to hockey star Mike Fisher.
“One to Watch,” Miranda Lambert is having the biggest year of her young career and is on the verge of superstardom with a record nine CMA nominations. Lambert talks about her early years, including recent revelations that her family spent part of her childhood homeless and bankrupt.
John Green is the executive producer of “In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts: All Access Nashville.”