'To Tell the Truth' Season 7: Air time, how to live stream, trailer, host and all about ABC game show
We have good news for all you game show fans. ABC's hit 'To Tell the Truth' is back with Season 7. The fun and witty game show hosted by Anthony Anderson features celebrities being pitted against each other in an attempt to cull out the imposters among the panel of contestants presented before them. This hilarious game show is a definite must-watch for all game-show enthusiasts who enjoy witty remarks and funny quips and commentary.
Read on to know all about the upcoming season of 'To Tell the Truth'.
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RT if you were suddenly hit with a wave a nostalgia 📼 #ToTellTheTruth pic.twitter.com/1DyVQdMbZ8— To Tell the Truth (@TellTruthABC) March 24, 2021
Air time and how to live stream
'To Tell the Truth' Season 7 is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, June 6, at 10/9c only on ABC. However, if you can't catch it on TV, you can watch ABC live without cable with one of the following options: fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV NOW.
Hulu+ Live TV: Get a seven-day free trial and a monthly plan costs $54.99.
YouTube TV: You can avail a five-day free trial and a monthly plan will cost you $49.99.
Fubo TV: Get a seven-day free trial and it costs $44.99 a month.
AT&T TV Now: A seven-day free trial is available and it is priced at $55 a month.
Philo TV: You can get a seven-day free trial and a monthly plan costs $20.
If you are not based in the United States, you can catch the show using a VPN
A panel of celebrities judge whether strangers are lying or telling the truth on 'To Tell the Truth'. The show's synopsis by the network reads, "Hosted by 'Black-ish' star Anthony Anderson, 'To Tell the Truth' is a funny reimagination of the beloved game show, featuring prominent pop-culture icons and unique commentary and banter from Anderson's mother, Mama Doris, will bring the excitement to another level. In each round, the panel is presented with three people who all claim to be the same person with the same incredible talent, job or achievement. One is sworn to tell the truth while the other two use every trick they can to deceive the panel. The panel of celebrities has a chance to grill each participant before taking turns deciding who they think is telling the truth."
I think we just found ourselves in the #SharkTank 👀 #ToTellTheTruth @LoriGreiner pic.twitter.com/DHStxU7uf7— To Tell the Truth (@TellTruthABC) March 16, 2021
Anderson is best known for the ABC sitcom 'Black-ish', a role for which he was nominated for multiple Screen Actors Guild Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards and Teen Choice Awards. He is also known for 'K-Ville', 'The Shield' and NYPD detective Kevin Bernard on 'Law & Order'. He is the host of 'To Tell the Truth' since 2016.
Anderson's mother Doris will be starring alongside him and providing some much-needed comic relief with her extremely witty commentary and banter. The show will also feature a panel of celebrities appearing on each episode. Some of the celebrities who will be featured this season include Ashanti, Brad Garrett, Michael Strahan, Mark Duplass, Mike Tyson, Patti LaBelle, Rita Moreno, Yara Shahidi and RuPaul.
On #ToTellTheTruth, some things will never be revealed 😉 pic.twitter.com/Eh1gEpBCJJ— To Tell the Truth (@TellTruthABC) May 29, 2021
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