‘Dirty John’ Moves From Bravo to USA Network for Season 2

Published on May 17, 2019

‘Dirty John’ Moves From Bravo to USA Network for Season 2

NBCUniversal is getting in on the show-shuffling act.

Dirty John” will be departing Bravo for its NBCU sister USA Network for its second season, which is expected to air in 2020.

The shift seems to makes tonal sense for the conglomerate, given that Bravo is known primarily for its unscripted content (think “Project Runway” and “Top Chef”), while USA has a portfolio which more closely resembles the tone of “Dirty John,” with crime shows such as “Law & Order: Svu” and dark dramas like “Mr. Robot” on its slate.

Plus, “Dirty John” is a co-production between Netflix and Ucp, which already has deep roots at USA with “Mr. Robot,” “The Sinner” and “Suits” all established at the network.

The scripted anthology series is based on the series of articles published by the Los Angeles Times about a charismatic con man, John Meehan, and the consequences of an ill-fated romance. Connie Britton starred

Read full article at: Variety

Author: Will Thorne