|Your Fate is in Her Hands...
|Tru Calling Season 2 includes all six episodes from season 2, including the un-aired final episode.|
"It's The Sixth Sense meets Quantum Leap with a hint of Quincy thrown in for good measure... MaryAnn Johanson, The Flick Filosopher
"With the dearth of reality shows on TV today, compelling series are a rarity and Tru Calling is worth checking out. Mike Long, DVD Crypt
"...for fantasy fans searching for an alternative to Friends and Survivor...Dushku gives an appealing performance... Robert Bianco, USA Today
Editor's NoteWho wouldn't welcome the opportunity to turn back the hands of time? Tru Davies (Eliza Dukshu) sometimes has her doubts, because she is blessed--or cursed--with the ability to relive certain days and try to correct the ills that occurred. When Tru got a job in the city morgue just after college graduation, she wasn't prepared for the discovery she made. Dead bodies began calling out to her for help--a phenomenon she at first wrote off as her mind playing tricks on her. But when she woke up the next day, she knew what she had to do: prevent the murder that only she knew was going to occur. Thus began Tru's calling, which allows her to help the dead people who ask for her assistance. Meanwhile, fellow morgue attendant Jack Harper (Jason Priestly) is engaged in an exactly opposite endeavor: he tries to make people stay dead. Tru and Jack often butt heads in their missions, and Tru is also concerned with helping her family through their troubles. Harrison (Shawn Reaves), Tru's charming brother, has a tendency to attract trouble, while their sister Meredith (Jessica Collins), though wealthy and successful, is constantly battling her drug addiction. Tru's support comes from Davis, a fellow morgue worker who knows her secret, and her best friend, Lindsay (A.J. Cook). In the second season, Tru begins medical school, manages to discover some of Jack's secrets, and tries to help a friend of hers who dies but doesn't ask for help.
Cast & Crew
|John Harmon Feldman - Director|