The series revolves around lawyer and family man Nick George, portrayed by Peter Krause. When Nick's father mysteriously dies in a plane crash, he agrees to take his position as the Darling family's lawyer, while trying to discover who committed the murder. The Darlings, the richest family in New York, constantly rely on Nick to solve their problems. Nick struggles to balance his morals and family life while dealing with the demands of the Darlings. The series revolves around Nick George, whose whole life has been lived in the shadow of the Darling family, but as an adult he's leading a simple life as an idealistic lawyer, until his father's suspicious death. The wealthy Darlings of New York have asked him 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.
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Oh, I am sad. So sad, in a wistful, TV-watching way. A show that once was one of my favorite guilty pleasures died a quiet death last weekend, burned off on a midsummer Saturday night, a shadow of its former self. I wonder if the actors knew it was the end by the time this episode was filmed; they seemed to be sleepwalking all the way through.
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Dirty Sexy Money follows the trials and tribulations of good guy lawyer Nick George Peter Krause who tries to keep his morals intact while cleaning up the legal and PR messes of the powerful Darling family. Money got some positive buzz prior to its debut and the premiere attracted a decent On October 25th, ABC ordered three additional Money scripts, likely trying to stockpile some scripts in anticipation of the strike. All in all, it looks like ABC has some faith in the drama but is still on the fence.
The last work stoppage started Nov. Back then, one of the major things the writers wanted was a larger share of profits for work that was distributed online. Taking a stance that is almost comical in retrospect, the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers wanted to stream content without paying the writers more money — because streaming was just to promote the work, they said. By the time the strike was over, the guild had won a piece of digital profits.