‘Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story’ review: Amanda Peet shines in USA miniseries

Frankly, United states of america network’s final decision to change “Filthy John,” its series dependent on Los Angeles Moments coverage of a sensational scenario, into a rotating series of “enjoy-targeted correct crime” dramas feels like a bit of a stretch. Yet placing that aside, “Betty Broderick” can take on a life of its very own, in a way that exposes the inequities of the technique toward females in the late nineteen eighties, when a desperate Broderick committed her crimes.

Broderick shot the two her ex and his new wife, a tale immortalized (starring then-Television movie queen Meredith Baxter) in “A
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