'Burden of Truth' Season 4: Release date, how to watch and trailer of CW legal drama
It's a burden that fans of Canadian legal drama 'Burden of Truth' will have to bear as the show comes to an end with its fourth and final season which will soon be hitting screens. The series centers around the challenging cases that Joanna Chang (Kristin Kreuk) and her partner Billy Crawford (Peter Mooney) take on. Joanna and Billy became a couple in Season 3 and an unexpected pregnancy was one of the highlights of the season. Fans saw Joanna juggling both her career and her pregnancy with aplomb. But what does Season 4 now hold for Joanna and Billy as parents and lawyers? Well, according to an official synopsis, this legal power couple will be taking on a mining company and trying to protect a local woman's house from being destroyed in the latest season.
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Season 4 of 'Burden of Truth' will premiere on Friday, July 30, on The CW.
How to watch
Season 4 of 'Burden of Truth' will air at 8/9c on The CW on July 30. Viewers can download The CW app from Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. Apart from that, The CW is also available on devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Vizio Smart TV, Chromecast, Android TV, AirPlay, Apple TV and Xbox One.
According to an official synopsis of Season 4 of 'Burden of Truth', a mining company reopens a dormant mine outside Millwood, and Joanna and Billy step in to protect a local woman’s home from certain destruction. When the mine swiftly retaliates, Joanna is forced to confront a long-buried secret from her past and scramble to protect the future of her career and her family. As if this isn't hard enough, Joanna and Billy are also juggling life as parents to a newborn while waging a legal battle against a corporate titan.
Kristin Kreuk is perhaps best known for her role as Lana Lang on the series 'Smallville'. Some of her other notable roles however include playing Catherine Chandler-Keller in The CW sci-fi series 'Beauty & the Beast'. Kreuk's film career has included movies such as 'Snow White: The Fairest of Them All', 'Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li' and Irvine Welsh's 'Ecstasy'.
Canadian actor Peter Mooney is perhaps best known for his role as officer Nick Collins on the police drama series 'Rookie Blue' and for playing Sir Kay on the fantasy series 'Camelot'. He has also had notable roles on series such as 'Saving Hope' and 'Falcon Beach'. He has also starred in the independent thriller 'Summer's Moon'.
Anwen O'Driscoll was recently seen in 'Left For Dead: The Ashley Reeves Story' in which she played the titular role. The 22-year-old Canadian actor is also known for her roles on TV series such as 'October Faction', which is about a semi-retired couple who works for a clandestine monster-hunting agency, and 'Emerald Code' which follows the life of a 15-year-old as she and her friends pick up computing skills.
The trailer of Season 4 of 'Burden of Truth' shows attempts to silence Joanna by possibly framing her for an accident. Joanna though as always refuses to back down from a challenge.
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