Officially, according to The Hollywood Reporter, "Dirty Sexy Money" would be a second priority to "Cashmere Mafia," should the latter series return for another season. Those prospects look fairly dim, though: The series averaged 6.7 million viewers per episode during its brief run in January and February (and only 6.1 million in its regular timeslot). Its adults 18-49 average was a middling 2.6.
"Dirty Sexy Money" was one of three new ABC shows -- along with "Pushing Daisies" and "Private Practice" -- that received second-season pickups during the writers' strike. The network is planning to relaunch all of them in the fall.
If Liu joins "Dirty Sexy Money," she will have booked three ABC series in the past two years. In addition to "Cashmere Mafia," the "Charlie's Angels" and "Kill Bill" actress also did a guest arc on "Ugly Betty."Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun