By Aaron Wallace
“Dirty Sexy Money” never had fortune in its favor. Upon its premiere, things might have seemed that way — a good time slot, a solid opening audience, and favorable press promised that good things were to come. ABC has proven itself a hit maker in the juicy drama genre and “Dirty Sexy Money” might have been on its way to being the next success story with a talented team of writers cooking up appropriately rich material.
Unfortunately, those writers went on strike. If you can think back to a time before Michael Jackson’s death and the 2008 election, you might recall that the rest of Hollywood’s writers did too. Still an infant with an audience to build, “Dirty Sexy Money” came to a screeching halt and Americans found something outside of the TV tube to entertain them for a few months… read the full review