Mark Mothersbaugh is scoring the new Bravo original anthology series Dirty John. The show is created by Alexandra Cunningham (Chance, Aquarius) and stars Connie Britton, Eric Bana, Julia Garner, Juno Temple, Jean Smart, Kevin Zegers, Keiko Agena, John Karna, Sprague Grayden and Cliff Chamberlain. The drama is based on the articles and true crime podcast of the same title from LA Times reporter Christopher Goffard and tells the true story of how Debra‚Äôs romance with the charismatic John Meehan spiraled into secrets, denial and manipulation. Cunningham, Britton & Bana are also executive producing the Universal Cable production with Atlas Entertainment’s Richard Suckle (12 Monkeys) & Charles Roven (The Dark Knight, Wonder Woman), Los Angeles Time Studio’s Mark Herzog (The Seventies, The Eighties), Christopher G. Cowen & Chris Argentieri, as well as Jeffrey Reiner (The Affair) who also directed the first four episodes. Dirty John will premiere this coming Sunday, November 25 on Bravo. Visit the official show website for more information.

Mothersbaugh’s other upcoming projects also include the animated feature The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and the comedy Holmes & Watson. He also continues to score Netflix’s Disenchantment, which has recently been renewed for a second season.

  1. Lisa Papenfus says:

    I love true crime shows so I knew that I would enjoy Dirty John and I must say that I was not disappointed. I absolutely loved the scoring by Mark Mothersbaugh. Every time I watch a show, I pay attention to the music. There have been shows that I have watched and ended up enjoying the music better than the show. I have tried to find a playlist of the Dirty John score by Mothersbaugh but had no such luck. Excellent, suspenseful music.