No one knows what goes on behind closed doors. At least that is the sentiment at the core of “Truth Be Told’s” second season, the premiere episode of which dropped on Apple TV+ last week. (New episodes are set to air each Friday through October 22.) Based upon Kathleen Barber’s 2017 novel “Are You Sleeping,” the mystery series’ inaugural season revolved around journalist-turned-podcaster Poppy Scoville-Parnell’s (Octavia Spencer) re-investigation into the decades-old murder case that made her career. This time around sees Poppy looking into the killing of photographer/documentary filmmaker Joshua Keith (Jason O’Mara), a probe particularly close to her heart as Josh is not only a longtime friend, the two having first met as “young cubs at The New York Times,” but he is also the husband of her childhood BFF, bestselling author/lifestyle branding guru Micah Keith (Kate Hudson).
Set in Northern California but mainly lensed in Los Angeles and its environs, “Truth Be Told’s” freshman season featured a stunning residence at its center. Known as the Barber House, the stately 1886 Queen Ann Victorian portrayed the home of murder victim Chuck Buhrman (Nic Bishop), his wife, Erin (Annabella Sciorra), and their twin daughters, Josie and Lanie (both played by Lizzy Caplan).
Though only one episode has aired so far, season two seems to be subscribing to the same schematic, with Josh and Micah’s strikingly modern home figuring at the center of the storyline. Ensconced against a dramatic mountainous vista, the eye-catching property is certainly cinematic!
Known as the Lima Residence in real life, the impressive pad can be found at 1055 Cold Canyon Rd. in the upscale bedroom community of Calabasas. (Please remember this is a private home. Do not trespass or bother the residents or the property in any way.)