'The Sinner' Season 3: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know of the anthology crime drama
Do Jamie and Nick have skeletons in their closets? That's for detective Ambrose to find out.
Fans of ‘The Sinner’ rejoice, for season three is here! The American anthology crime drama, based on the novel of the same name by German crime writer Petra Hammesfahr, will now see Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) investigate a fatal car accident in Upstate New York.
The Sinner’s debut season was the number 1 new cable series of 2017 and garnered multiple award nominations including an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for Jessica Biel.
The Sinner’s second installment garnered a SAG nomination (for Male Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie for Bill Pullman) and a Critics’ Choice Award nomination (for Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries for Carrie Coon).
The series was renewed for its third season earlier this year in March. While no official release date is out there, it is expected to air in the latter half of 2020.
Matt Bomer as Jamie and Chris Messina as Nick are two frenemies from college. They are involved in the crash in Upstate New York. However, there is more than meets the eye. Do they have skeletons in their closets? That's for detective Ambrose to find.
The American film, stage, and television actor, in his long career, has received acclaim for many roles. He’s acted in movies like ‘The Accidental Tourist’, ‘Sleepless In Seattle’, ‘While You Were Sleeping’, ‘Casper’ and ‘Independence Day.'
Bomer is perhaps best-known for his performance as Neal Caffrey, a con-artist in the USA Network’s ‘White Collar.' He’s also played roles in films like ‘Magic Mike’ and ‘The Nice Guys.'
The 45-year-old actor is most well-known for his roles in ‘The Mindy Project', ‘Argo’, and ‘Sharp Objects.'
The 54-year-old American actor and singer rose to prominence with her supporting role in the globally popular sitcom ‘Friends.' She’s also received acclaim for her role in ‘Breaking Bad.'
“This story, there’s something else going on.” The trailer begins with a car crash in an empty wooded road, late at night. As Jamie tells Detective Ambrose that he lost control of his car, the trailer reveals darker secrets. Nick, Jamie’s collegemate behaves ominously throughout, dropping hints of a dark past between them. And Jamie isn’t happy about it. He tells Nick, “I told you not to come here”, as the latter smiles diabolically. There are too many dark secrets behind a seemingly innocuous car crash.
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