Oh, I am sad. So sad, in a wistful, TV-watching way. A show that once was one of my favorite guilty pleasures died a quiet death last weekend, burned off on a midsummer Saturday night, a shadow of its former self.
The series revolves around lawyer and family man Nick George, portrayed by Peter Krause. When Nick's father mysteriously dies in a plane crash, he agrees to take his position as the Darling family's lawyer, while trying to discover who committed the murder. The Darlings, the richest family in New York, constantly rely on Nick to solve their problems.
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Tripp is married to the beautiful Letitia Jill Clayburgh and they have five troubled adult children. Karen Natalie Zea has been married three times and lost her virginity to Nick. Brian Glenn Fitzgerald is a whiny Episcopal priest who has an illegitimate child.
While the former continues to thrive, Dirty Sexy Money has been canceled. Dirty Sexy Money starred Peter Krause Six Feet Under as Nick George, a well intentioned lawyer caught up in the abyss that is the Darling family, one of those rich and powerful New York clans you only see on television. Donald Sutherland co-starred as the family patriarch, Tripp Darling, Jill Clayburgh as his boozy wife, Letitia, and William Baldwin as one of his train wreck sons, Patrick.
They all need viewers to watch each week. Is Money worth saving? Should execs try another timeslot or perhaps move it to another channel?
Despite a solid plot and plenty of star power, the series didn't do so well last fall and was cancelled with four episodes to go. But now the network is planning to round out its reality-heavy summer roster by bringing back this and a few other loved-but-lost scripted dramas. Starting Saturday, July 18, "Dirty Sexy Money" will finally wrap up its second season over four consecutive Saturdays with the last episodes that North America never got to see. And although the series is basically cancelled, there is always the possibility of a last-minute renewal if the show grabs enough attention.