Dirty Money Season 3 A successful documentary on television, Dirty Money, has very greatly telecasted two of its seasons, so far. Both the seasons have had a proper description of creativity and screenplay. The series is aired on none other than the most promising platform – NETFLIX. It is a series belonging to the Netflix Originals.

Dirty Money Season 3 – Release Date 

The second season of the outstanding documentary was released on the 11th of March, 2020 on Netflix. The release of the second season saw a huge craze among the audience as it was everyone’s wish and right to know about such dreadful scandals happening in the world that are noticed but not noted. The audience of this Netflix original series did react positively to this series and also many more who realize later will really appreciate the cast work and the documentation.

Dirty Money Season 3 – Cast

The cast of the documentary includes Matt Taibi, Alex Gibney, Anabel Hernandez. It also included self-interviewer Fisher Stevens. The series included Fahmi Qadir, Simon Trepanier, and many more distinguished people in the cast.

Dirty Money Season 3 – Plot

The first season of the series was released on the 26th of January, 2018. There were six episodes and each with a duration of one hour. Each of the episodes portrayed several corruption documentaries

The second season was followed by the portrayal of fallacy, fraudulence, greediness, corruption, and what not. The show pictured the Ex-Prime Minister of Malaysia, named Najib Razak, and also the breath-taking center of attraction being  Jared Kushner, also known as the “Slumlord Millionaire.” The audience was awestruck by the outstanding research and portrayal of characters, research, and screenplay by the documentarian, Alex Gibney, who had won an Oscar.

If one looks closely into the plot of the series one would see and experience a closer perspective of the various scandals which remain untold and certain humungous corruption cases which we, as common people fail to reach, but suffer the most, directly and indirectly.