There are plenty of skeletons creeping out of the closet in brand new drama Burden Of Truth
Burden Of Truth, double-bill premiere, Tuesday 14 August, 9pm, Universal TV/HD (CH 137/164). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > Universal TV
Meet Joanna Hanley (Kristin Kreuk), a small-town girl who left her Millwood home for to become a successful corporate lawyer in Toronto. Now, she’s returning to her hometown to represent a large pharmaceutical company in a case against a group of girls suffering from uncontrollable seizures. A Pandora’s box is soon opened. Why did Joanna’s family really leave Millwood? What dark secrets lie behind the mysterious illness? And will Joanna and Billy Crawford (Peter Mooney, Rookie Blue) – her former classmate and partner in uncovering the conspiracy – ever get together?
Packed full of jaw-to-the-floor moments, and with an Erin Brockovich feel, this new Canadian legal drama will have you on tenterhooks.
Before you get stuck into the case, we thought it best to honour Kreuk’s past as an early noughties teen drama icon having spent eight years playing Clark Kent’s love interest, Lana Lang, in Superman prequel series Smallville. So sit back and marvel as we reveal the whereabouts of some of your favourite noughties teen drama stars…
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