Please note: In the release issued yesterday, Bryan Singer was inadvertently left out of the production credits. This version of the release is correct and complete.
PRODUCTION HAS BEGUN ON "DIRTY SEXY MONEY,"
ABC's New Fall Drama Will Air Wednesdays at 10:00 P.M.
Production has begun in Los Angeles on "Dirty Sexy Money," ABC's much-anticipated new drama which will air on Wednesday nights (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) this fall.
Some people say money is the root of all evil. They may be right. Nick George is an idealistic lawyer who inherits the job of taking care of the legal and sometimes illegal needs of the absurdly wealthy Darling family of New York. After his father's suspicious death, the Darlings ask Nick to take over his father's job as their personal lawyer, but the money that will allow him the freedom to be an altruistic do-gooder is only part of the picture. Nick finds himself trying to wipe the mud off the esteemed Darling reputation and wonders if he has taken on the chance of a lifetime � or a life sentence. Power, privilege and family money are a volatile cocktail.
"Dirty Sexy Money" stars Peter Krause as Nick George, Donald Sutherland as Tripp Darling, William Baldwin as Patrick Darling, Natalie Zea as Karen Darling, Glenn Fitzgerald as Rev. Brian Darling, Samaire Armstrong as Juliet Darling, Seth Gabel as Jeremy Darling, Zoe McLellan as Lisa George, with Jill Clayburgh as Letitia Darling.
"Dirty Sexy Money" was created by Emmy-nominated Craig Wright ("Brothers & Sisters," "Lost," "Six Feet Under"). Wright, Greg Berlanti ("Brothers & Sisters," "Everwood"), Josh Reims ("Felicity," "Everwood"), Oscar-nominated Matthew Gross ("Day Break") ") and Bryan Singer ("House," "Superman Returns," "The Usual Suspects") are executive producers. The series is produced by ABC Studios.