Following a brilliantly created, overpowering Season 1,’Dirty Money’ is returning using tales of exposing corruption and greed in the market and another year to Netflix.
The series made by filmmaker Alex Gibney yields six episodes of scandal, corruption and fiscal malfeasance demonstrating poisonous plastics, property strategies, accounting scandals, and other variables put citizens.
Season 1 researched many scandals — Valeant Pharmaceuticals scandal and by the Volkswagen emissions scandal for Hezbollah, the Sinaloa Cartel and others.
The forthcoming season guarantees to plagiarize itself with episodes including Malayasian ex-prime Union Najib Razak and investigating the”Slumlord Millionaire” Jared Kushner. This is everything you Want to know about the series:
‘Dirty Money’ comes on March 11, 2020, to Netflix.
According to the official synopsis: “Netflix’s critically-acclaimed investigative series dirty Money’, from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions, returns for another year on March 11, 2020.”
“‘Dirty Money’ gives an abysmal and private view into untold tales of scandal, fiscal malfeasance, and corruption from the realm of business. This year provides a look within Jared Kushner’s property empire, the Wells Fargo banking scandal and also Malaysia’s 1MDB corruption situation.”
‘Dirty Money’ is made by Jigsaw Productions. Executive producers are Stacey Offman, Meghan O’Hara, Alex Gibney, and Richard Perello. Manufacturers are Brad Hebert Isaac Bolden and John Turner.
You can watch the trailer below:
An immersive, thrilling trailer to the season of Netflix’s’Dirty Money’ explores several kinds of corruption cases in the US in particular, featuring the 1MDB scandal and former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.
The property empire of Jared Kushner is also explored by the series. The final episode of the last season titled’The Confidence Man’ explored US President Donald Trump.
Where to watch
All episodes of dirty Money’ will be available to stream on Netflix on March 11, 2020.