‘Dirty John’ Creator Alexandra Cunningham Opened Up About the Potential for Season 3


More than three decades ago, the world learned the name of Betty Broderick, after she shot her ex-husband, Dan Broderick, and his second wife, Linda, in bed at their California home. But the true crime saga of Dan’s murder at the hands of his ex-wife has been in the spotlight again in recent years, after the popular Los Angeles Times‘ podcast and related TV show, Dirty John, picked up the story for its second season, Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story.

Now that viewers have seen season 1, Dirty John: The John Meehan Story, and some folks are just now catching up on season 2, Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story via Netflix, fans of the anthology series are looking ahead at what’s to come.

If you’re wondering if there will be a season 3 of Dirty John, here’s what we know so far:

When will season 3 of Dirty John premiere?

Unfortunately, Dirty John has not been officially renewed for season 3, and there is no confirmation from anyone involved that another season is on the way. But — according to showrunner Alexandra Cunningham — there have been plans to discuss the idea.

“We’re going to be having a conversation very soon,” she told The Hollywood Reporter in July 2020. “If it’s something that everyone is excited about as I and my executive producer Jessica Rhoades are, it will be super awesome.”

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Still, since the last episode of season 2 aired last summer, there have been no more leaked details.

What would season 3 of Dirty John be about?

Cunningham also opened up to THR about where she was creatively, revealing that she was interested in the idea of branching out from the traditional definition of love. After ending the second season with Betty’s trial, the creator said she was ready to tell a fresh, new story.

“The thing I would love to do, all things being equal, to me the ultimate example of love gone wrong is familial,” Alexandra told THR. “Not romantic love, not a couple, not a boyfriend-girlfriend like the first season or a married couple divorcing, but mother-child, siblings, especially parentally.”

She continued:

“I think that’s where love gone wrong truly begins, that the love coming from a parent is not appropriate or twisted or not real, that is obviously one of the things that contributes to people’s future behavior. That’s something I’d love to explore if given the chance.”

How can I watch and stream Dirty John?

While we wait to hear more details about the potential for Dirty John season 3, you can watch (or rewatch!) seasons 1 and 2 on Netflix. You can start streaming on the Netflix site or grab your phone to tune in via the Netflix app. Don’t have a subscription yet? Netflix plans start at $8.99 per month.

Alternatively, you can watch first and second seasons of Dirty John on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play and Vudu.

While we don’t yet know if there will be a season 3, it’s important to note that the first season premiered in November 2018 on Bravo. A year and a half later, the second season debuted in June 2020 on the USA Network.

We’re predicting that if and when there is a new season, it will likely air on USA again. If you don’t have a cable provider, you can sign up for a live streaming service like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and fuboTV. Before signing up, you can try them out with free seven-day trials.

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