Gabrielle Union signs on for 'Truth Be Told' season three on Apple TV+
What you need to know
- Truth Be Told season three has a new star to work alongside Octavia Spencer.
- Gabrielle Union will join for season three of the Apple TV+ show.
Gabrielle Union of Being Mary Jane and Cheaper by the Dozen fame will star alongside Octavia Spencer when Truth Be Told comes back to our screens for a third season, according to a new report.
While season three of the popular Apple TV+ show hasn't been given an air date, it now has another star to add to the mix according to a Deadline report.
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