Friday, May 17, 2019

'Dirty John' Moves from Bravo to USA for Season 2

Bravo's most successful scripted series to date, Dirty John, is now moving to a new network for its upcoming second season. The anthology series - which was picked up to series with a two-season order - will now air its next season on USA in 2020.

The move today means that Bravo once again no longer has a scripted show on its lineup. However, the cable channel continues to be in active development on a number of projects in that format. The network will still predominately focusing on expanding the success of its various reality franchises though.

The second season will tell an entirely new story. It's currently unclear if any of the stars from the first season - which includes Connie Britton and Eric Bana - will return with an onscreen presence.

Alexandra Cunningham developed the anthology series and will return as showrunner for the second season. She executive produces with Britton and Jessica Rhoades. Universal Content Productions, Atlas Entertainment and Los Angeles Times Studios produce.