The Siner is an American anthology crime series mystery drama created by Derek Simonds for the USA Network. The series got its name after Petra Hammesfahr’s 1999 novel of the same name. The Series was originally made as an eight-part miniseries, The Sinner released on August 2, 2017, appreciated by the critics and earned high ratings.
The show’s success resulted in USA Network turning it into an anthology series, with a second season airing in the year 2018 and bringing the third season of the show in the year 2020.
Bill Pullman plays a police detective who investigates the murder cases committed by unlikely culprits who try to analyze and understand the reasons behind normal people committing heinous crimes.
The Sinner Season 3 trailer
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You can check out the trailer on youtube it opens with a horrifying fatal car crash being investigated by Detective Harry Ambrose played by Pullman “What happened?” Ambrose asks him. “I don’t know,” Jamie answers him “It is like we lost traction and the next thing I knew we were just thrown upside down, every direction.”
Where is the show available?
The Season is available on Netflix. The Sinner has been confirmed to return to the streaming app on June 19, following the Netflix premiere of the show in the US on February 6th, 2020.
What is Season 3 Episode 1 about?
In Episode 1 Jamie Burns survives a high-speed car accident that ends up killing an old acquaintance of his. Detective Ambrose is summoned to the accident spot. The case ends up becoming one of the most complicated and dangerous crime investigations of his career.
Will Season 3 of The Sinner be the last season?
The show will make a comeback for the fourth season. Chris McCumber, the president of USA Network confirmed that a fourth series has been commissioned. He said that “In Season 4, we’re excited to dig even deeper into the psyche of Bill Pullman’s beloved Detective Ambrose character while introducing our audience to a compelling, completely new mystery.”
There’s no official date for when we might get to see the fourth series as of now.
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