Season 3 Of Gripping Netflix Crime Drama 'The Sinner' Drops On Friday
The gripping anthology series - which stars Bill Pullman as police sleuth Harry - sees the lead detective solve a new mystery each season.
In the opening series, the crime-busting mastermind investigates a tortured woman who stabs a man to death and claims to have no recollection of committing the crime.
Season two, meanwhile, returns the detective to his home town, where he delves into the case of an 11-year-old boy who allegedly murdered his parents in a motel room.
Both seasons were deliciously dark and saw Pullman star alongside major acting talents Carrie Coon (Fargo) and Jessica Biel (Limetown).
Happily, fans of the show can rest assured that there's a lot more Harry action in store, with a third season landing shortly, and a fourth confirmed by the USA Network for 2021.
All of which means there are at least two upcoming mysteries to be solved.
So, what do we know about season three of the popular crime drama?
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Hitting the streaming platform on 19th June, the third season centres on a tragic car accident which unfolds into something much more complex.
Viewers will see Pullman reprise his role as detective Ambrose and Matt Bomer (White Collar) will join the action as Jamie Burns, a Dorchester resident and father-to-be involved in a car crash that kills his long-time college friend.
New cast members will include Chris Messina (Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey) who plays Jamie's old college friend Nick Haas, Parisa Fitz-Henley (Luke Cage) as Jamie's pregnant wife Leela Burns, Eddie Martinez (Narcos: Mexico) as detective Vic Soto and Jessica Hecht (Breaking Bad) as local artist Sonya Barzel.
Looking ahead, it's not yet clear what's in store for the fourth season.
We do know that Chris McCumber, President of USA Network, promised another "compelling" installment, saying: "The Sinner has struck a chord with audiences with its signature 'whydunnit' style.
"In season four, 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."
Roll on another case for Detective Ambrose.
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