It’s been two years when the true-crime series Dirty John debuted on Bravo. After that, it released on Netflix and attracted more audiences, and they liked it very much. Alexandra Cunningham is the creator of the series.
Here’s good news for everyone, the series is renewed for a second season. USA Network gets the rights of the series, and it will release the new season. Here’s everything which you should know about Dirty John Season 2:
What’s The Release Date Of Dirty John Season 2?
Season two is given a title which is Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story. Recently USA Network revealed the release date of the new episodes. So, Dirty John Season 2 is slated to release on June 2, 2020.
Talking about the new season release on Netflix, so it will release around Late 2020. If you don’t watch the first season, it is available on Netflix to watch.
Is There Any Trailer For Dirty John Season 2?
The trailer for the second season of Dirty John dropped on March 25, 2020, which revealed the look at the Christian Slater and Amanda Peet in the role of Betty Broderick. Here’s the trailer, have a look:
Who Will Feature In Dirty John Season 2?
Till now, these stars are confirmed to feature in the second season of Dirty John:
- Amanda Peet as Betty
- Christian Slater as Dan
What To Expect From Dirty John Season 2?
The second season will reveal a brand new real-life crime story which will focus on a woman named Betty Broderick. She killed her husband, his second wife and later sentenced for it. Here’s the official premise of the Dirty John season 2 according to USA Network:
‘Married to her cute college boyfriend Dan, Betty charms everyone she joins. After years of sacrifice and suffering, while helping Dan through medical and law school until he popped into the San Diego legal community as a superstar, Betty ultimately is experiencing the fruits of their efforts.
That is until Dan appoints Linda, a bright, attractive young woman without baggage with whom he can freely forget the struggles of his past. Betty’s tries to fight back and her enraged refusals to admit truth only assist in isolating and destabilizing her until she misses her very identity. And Dan’s cool confidence misleads him to the bear he has built, and he won’t quit poking until it’s too late.’