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Kate Hudson rocks a stylish jumpsuit with white boots as she continues shooting Truth Be Told in LA

Kate Hudson put on a stylish display once again as she continued filming on Apple TV+’s series Truth Be Told, which also stars Octavia Spencer, on Wednesday. 

While the 41-year-old Golden Globe winner was first spotted sporting black slippers and a burgundy robe over a pair of tan trousers, she changed into a yellow jumpsuit with white booties to shoot scenes.

As new COVID-19 cases remain at alarming levels in Los Angeles, the beauty dutifully kept her nose and mouth covered under a white face mask.  

Cozy on set: Kate Hudson put on a stylish display once again as she continued shooting scenes for Apple TV+’s series Truth Be Told, which also stars Octavia Spencer, on Thursday

On Thursday, the Los Angeles Times reported the City of Angels shattered its daily record for new COVID-19 cases with 12,741 cases as hospitals continued to fill with patients.   

In addition to her outfit change, she opted to throw her freshly blow-dried hair in a low ponytail and could be seen chatting away on the phone.

Hudson was also seen rocking a bold black nail polish while clutching a warm drink, before resuming filming on Truth Be Told, which returns in 2021. 

Stylish display: While the 41-year-old Golden Globe winner was first spotted sporting black slippers and a burgundy robe over a pair of tan trousers, she changed into a yellow jumpsuit with white booties

Stylish display: While the 41-year-old Golden Globe winner was first spotted sporting black slippers and a burgundy robe over a pair of tan trousers, she changed into a yellow jumpsuit with white booties

Her costar, Octavia Spencer, is returning as true crime podcaster Poppy Scoville-Parnell, who returns to investigate a brand new case in season two. 

The first season of the hit drama followed Scoville-Parnell as she investigated the mystery of a family patriarch’s death. 

Hudson’s casting was announced in October, a rare TV role for the blonde beauty whose most significant TV outing was a recurring role in Glee’s fourth season back in 2012. 

Staying safe: As new COVID-19 cases remain at alarming levels in Los Angeles, the beauty dutifully kept her nose and mouth covered under a white face mask

Staying safe: As new COVID-19 cases remain at alarming levels in Los Angeles, the beauty dutifully kept her nose and mouth covered under a white face mask

Hudson will portray Micah Keith, described as, ‘a lifestyle guru and longtime friend of Spencer’s true crime guru Poppy Parnell,’ via TV Line.  

This season, their longtime friendship will be put to the test when a new case surfaces that connects both women, with Mekih Phifer returning as Markus Killebrew, a detective and longtime friend of Poppy.

The next season will also feature a slew of new characters, such as Merle Dandridge’s Zarina Killebrew, Markus’ ex-wife and the mother of his only daughter, plus Jason O’Mara’s Joshua, described as, ‘a successful documentarian and Micah’s husband.’

TV return: Hudson's casting was announced in October, a rare TV role for the blonde beauty whose most significant TV outing was a recurring role in Glee Season 4

TV return: Hudson’s casting was announced in October, a rare TV role for the blonde beauty whose most significant TV outing was a recurring role in Glee Season 4

Other new characters include, Alona Tal as Ivy, ‘Micah Keith’s right hand woman,’ David Lyons as Aames, ‘a San Francisco police inspector’ and Christopher Backus as Holt Redding, ‘a mysterious man, linked to both Poppy and Micah,’ according to Deadline.  

The second season’s cast is rounded out by Cranston Johnson as Moss, “a member of a Louisiana motorcycle club and keeper of many Scoville family secrets,’ Hale Appleman as Lachlan, ‘the slick head of business operations behind Micah’s empire,’ Anthony Lee Medina as Ramon, ‘Micah’s personal assistant’ and Mychala Lee as Trini Killebrew, Markus’ daughter.

Spencer also serves as an executive producer on Truth Be Told, alongside series creator/showrunner Nichelle D. Tramble. 

New case: This season, their longtime friendship will be put to the test when a new case surfaces that connects both women, with Mekih Phifer returning as Markus Killebrew, a detective and longtime friend of Poppy

New case: This season, their longtime friendship will be put to the test when a new case surfaces that connects both women, with Mekih Phifer returning as Markus Killebrew, a detective and longtime friend of Poppy


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