People Are Calling 'The Sinner' Season 3 A Complete 'Mind F**k'
The gripping anthology series - which stars Bill Pullman as police sleuth Harry - sees the lead detective solve a new mystery each season.
After having investigated a tortured woman who stabbed a man to death and the case of an 11-year-old boy who allegedly murdered his parents in a motel room in seasons one and two, the third instalment centres on a tragic car accident which unfolds into something much more complex.
And, so far, the new series is not disappointing, with fans flocking to social media to tell how they've binged it all in one go, and found themselves with their jaws on the floor.
After gorging on the series, one wrote: "Season 3 of The Sinner is playing with my head."
While another agreed: "The Sinner Season 3 was such a mind-bender! This was particularly hard to go through with so many anxiety-triggers... but layered with so many complex emotions..."
"THE SINNER ON NETFLIX 10/10
SUCH A MINDF*CK," a third penned.
In the series, Pullman reprises his role as detective Ambrose and Matt Bomer (White Collar) joins 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 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.
The good news for those who have already gobbled the series up is that it's going to be followed by a fourth season, too.
"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."
Now, if you'll excuse us, we've got a crime to solve...
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