Fox game for 'Truth' telling

Schneider, Michael
August 2007
Daily Variety;8/15/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 32, p1
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The article reports that Fox Television alternative entertainment president Mike Darnell has ordered seven episodes of the game show "Nothing but the Truth." The show straps contestants to a lie detector and asks them 21 intensely personal questions while their family members and friends are watching. Howard Schultz of Lighthearted Entertainment created the game format and will serve as executive producer.


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