"Dirty John" is an American true crime anthology television series directed by Alexandra Cunningham.
The starring cast includes Connie Britton, Eric Bana, Juno Temple, Julia Garner, Amanda Peet, Christian Slater, Rachel Keller, Jean Smart, Keiko Agena, Jake Abel and others.

Here are "Dirty John" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Dirty John TV series?

Netflix on Thursday, July 16, 2020 released the trailer for "Dirty John" you can watch here:
Dirty John Season 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is Dirty John TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Dirty John" TV series plot summary.

Season one of Dirty John tells the story of "how a romance with the charismatic John Meehan (Eric Bana) spiraled into secrets, denial, manipulation, and ultimately, survival - with horrific consequences for an entire family."
Season two follows the breakdown of Betty Broderick's marriage to childhood sweetheart, Dan Broderick (Christian Slater), and the devastating effects of the emotional toll it took on Betty.


Who plays who in the Dirty John TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Dirty John" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Connie Britton  as Debra Newell a wealthy, successful interior designer and owner of her own design company Madeira
Eric Bana  as John Meehan a con man with a history of deceiving women
Juno Temple  as Veronica Newell Debra's older daughter
Julia Garner  as Terra Newell Debra's younger daughter
Amanda Peet  as Betty Broderick
Christian Slater  as Dan Broderick
Rachel Keller  as Linda Kolkena
Jean Smart  as Arlane Hart Debra's mother
Keiko Agena  as Nancy Debra's colleague
Jake Abel  as Trey Debra's son and Veronica's and Terra's older brother
Kevin Zegers  as Toby Sellars
Jeff Perry  as Michael O'Neil
Judy Reyes  as Verga a private investigator
Sprague Grayden  as Tonia Sells John's first wife
Joe Tippett  as Bobby
John Getz  as Dwight
Joelle Carter  as Denise Meehan-Shepard John's sister
Lindsey Kraft  as Ruth
Lily Donoghue  as Tracy Broderick Betty and Dan's eldest daughter
Missi Pyle  as Karen Kintner
Emily Bergl  as Marie Stewart
Holley Fain  as Evelyn Crowley
Lena Georgas  as Janet Ravis
Tiera Skovbye  as Young Betty Broderick
Cameron Crovetti  as Ryan Broderick Betty and Dan's older son
Chris Mason  as Young Dan Broderick
Miles Emmons  as Anthony Broderick Betty and Dan's youngest son
Anna Jacoby-Heron  as Jenny Broderick Betty and Dan's younger teenage daughter
Cliff Chamberlain  as Rich Crowley
Vanessa Martinez  as Celia
Michael Rispoli  as Betty's Father
Ron Perkins  as Judge Edgar Russell
Jesse Mackey  as Detective Sheehan
Olivia Grace Applegate  as Alison
George Newbern  as Walter Mills
Doug Savant  as Martin Newsome
Julie Dretzin  as Rebecca
Spencer Garrett  as Judge Spiller
Missy Yager  as Betty's Mother
Eddie Kehler  as Dave Sharp
Brent Anderson  as Detective Marco Layton
Dendrie Taylor  as Margaret
Michelle Arthur
Graham Sibley  as Austen
Camille Chen  as Art Gallery Manager
Andy Buckley  as Bob Munro
Romi Dias  as Judge Daniela Rivera
Stephen Apostolina  as Process Server #2
Eddie Aguirre  as Irvine Uniform #2
John O'Brien  as Cameron Scott
Peter Gray Lewis  as Judge Howard Marsh
Tiffany Splettstoeszer  as Danielle
Scarlett Abinante  as Young Tracy
Daniela Rivera  as Jail Nurse
Ava Ticotin  as Edith Ryder
Shea Whigham  as William Meehan
Alan Ruck  as John Dzialo
David Barrera  as Palmer
Katrina Bowden  as Cindi
Damon Gupton  as Dennis
John Rubinstein  as Old William
Gillian Alexy  as Maggie
Louis Herthum  as Jack Earley
Josh Randall  as Officer Mitrovich
Melinda Page Hamilton  as Kerry Wells
Carlease Burke  as Phyllis
Patrick Gallagher  as Detective Dave Nissley
John Karna  as Jimmy
Larry Sullivan  as Dave Canova
Steven Walters  as Bobby's Lawyer
Rebecca Lowman  as Detective Roberts
Marley Shelton  as Carrie
Maggie Contreras  as Karen
Toni Torres  as ADA Ana Guerra
Giorgia Whigham  as Teenage Denise
Adam J. Harrington  as Matt Murphy
Taylor Nichols  as Public Defender
Joshua Bassett  as Teenage John
Ethan Jones  as Young Toby
Jenna Lamia  as Laurel
Carlos Pratts  as Gabriel
Tommy Savas  as Max
Steven Culp  as Baxter
Phil Austin  as Andy
Hannah Barefoot  as Melissa
Anthony Lapenna  as Young John
Garikayi Mutambirwa  as Officer Stewart
Toks Olagundoye  as Paula Harding ESQ.
Casimere Jollette  as Skylar
Patty McCormack  as Dr. Margot Hayes
Joshua Wolf Coleman  as Philip
Seneca Paliotta  as Young Denise
David Stanbra  as Officer O'Hara
Kiersten Warren  as Britt
Linara Washington  as Dr. Saavedra
Jonathan Craig Williams  as Paul
Brian Goodman  as Sid Montgomery
Jim Hanna  as Dr. Harlan
Mary B. McCann  as Hilary Clark
Albie Selznick  as Dr. Keller
John Barbolla  as Ed
Mark Hengst  as Mike
Sitara Hewitt  as Casey
Kate Mina Lin  as Megan
Julia Prud'homme  as Kate Blake
Eyas Younis  as Dr. L. Peifar
Aaron D. Alexander  as Ed Robinson
Bahara Golestani  as Server
Clyde Kusatsu  as Psychiatrist
David Ansell  as Pastor
Patrick Cohen  as Jeff
Jordan Murphy  as Matt
Avery Kristen Pohl  as Kelly
John Zderko  as Dano
Dio Johnson  as Gym Rat
Quinn Sullivan  as Jamie
Alan Brooks  as Father Groneman
Audrey Moore  as Celeste Anstead
Kelly Sullivan  as Britt
Madylin Sweeten  as Temp
Mather Zickel
Marlon Aquino  as Male Nurse
Brody Goodstadt  as Jonah Sellars
Holger Moncada Jr.  as Waiter
Brian Oblak  as Dave
Connor Tillman  as Deputy
Rob Poynter  as Pete
Beth Fraser  as Law Wife #1
Maisie Klompus  as Mrs. Walsh
James E. Welsh  as Process Server Man
Cleta Elaine Ellington  as Drunk Driver
Ryder Goodstadt  as Jonah Sellars
Anna Kralle  as Tonia's Friend
Lisa Mason Lee  as Concierge
Pia Shah  as Nurse Practitioner
Patty Tobin  as Irvine Uniform
David Bowe  as Ronald P. Ollen
Greg Cromer  as Preston Dunbar
Melanie Hawkins  as Law Wife #2
Cecilia Hernandez  as Female Vocalist #3
Brenda Lee  as ER Nurse #2
Sarah Pribis  as Beth
Michael Christian Alexander  as Uniformed Cop
Alison Robertson  as Woman #1
Emma Kennedy  as Kate
Stephanie Lesh-Farrell  as Lois
Michael Monks  as Professor
Franco Vega  as Discharge Officer
Jules Willcox  as Kelsey
Jacqueline Edwards  as Officiant
John Eli Ibarra II  as Male Vocalist #2
Jasper Salon  as ER Nurse #1
Olga Aguilar  as Woman #2
Amelia Morck  as Jillian
Dakota Somervill  as Pre-Teen Betty
Dan Warner  as Henry John
Craig Welzbacher  as Court Clerk
Ruby Lopez  as Female Vocalist #4
Heather Lupex  as Waitress
David Chan  as Nurse #2
Christopher Goffard  as Christopher Goffard
Trevor Black  as Mitch Gilman
James Austin Kerr  as Med Student #1
Debbie Pollack  as Ruby Jones
David Rees Snell  as Therapist
Stefan Poole  as Male Vocalist
Tristan Rose  as Kirby Sellars
Cece Paige  as Jessica
Riley Baron  as Med Student #2
Tom Virtue  as Father David
Brytnee Ratledge  as Amy
Shanna Strong  as Nancy
Destiny Thida Vong  as Female Vocalist #2
Jennifer Waris  as Female Vocalist
Ozzie Rodriguez  as Al Reyes
Caleb Ruminer  as Nick
Summer Sveinson  as Courtney
Hank Northrop  as Uniform #2
Kristen O'Meara  as Mrs. Mayer
Kim Robillard  as Ralph Bell
Eric Staves  as Drew
Monica Bhatnagar  as Staff Member
Emily Peck  as Susan (Reporter)
Justin Wade  as Gary Shawn
Harry Zinn  as Criminal Court Judge
Catherine Carlen  as Celia
Daniel Lee Robertson III  as Juror #1
Josh Covitt  as Mr. Norris
Tyler Jones  as Juror #7
Elizabeth O'Brien  as Clerk
Patrick Price  as Reporter #2


What are Dirty John filming details?

"Dirty John" series are produced by Atlas Entertainment, Los Angeles Times Studios, Pacesetter (season 2), Nutmegger, Universal Cable Productions (season 1) and Universal Content Productions (season 2).

The average duration of each episode is 42 - 50 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

"Dirty John" TV series is rated "G", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about Dirty John TV series?

"Dirty John" TV series got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.2/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 31/100.

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