Dirty Sexy Money Gets New Showrunner

After renewing the fledgling freshman drama Dirty Sexy Money for a second season, ABC is still trying to figure out what direction to take the show in. And as the network wrestles with that subject, executive producer and showrunner Daniel Cerone has exited the series.
Replacing Cerone is Jon Feldman, who created another ABC series from last season, Big Shots.
Cerone’s exit from Money isn’t the first executive shuffle there. Following the writers’ strike earlier this past season, Cerone himself replaced John Reims. Having come from Showtime’s Dexter, Cerone reportedly was brought in to give Money a darker feel.
Whether Feldman’s hire denotes a lighter tack for the drama remains unclear. But he does have a long-standing relationship with the show’s executive producer Greg Berlanti, who worked for Feldman on the WB’s Dawson’s Creek.
Created by Craig Wright, Money is produced by ABC Studios.