A First Look 'The Sinner' Season 3 Starring Bill Pullman Has Been Released
We've just been given our first glimpse at The Sinner season three and it looks to be one of the most mind-boggling yet.
The third season of the critically acclaimed crime mystery drama sees Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) tackle a new crime that sounds just as messed-up as the cases we saw during the first two seasons.
I mean jeez, can we get this guy on an armed robbery case or something?
According to E! News, the third instalment will see Ambrose investigate a fatal car crash in Upstate New York which leads to a hidden crime which "pulls him into the most dangerous and disturbing case of his career."
Honestly, that's saying something: did they SEE Jessica Biel's random knife attack effed-up incest-ridden case from series one?
The new series will also star Matt Bomer (Magic Mike) as Jamie, described as "an upstanding Dorchester resident and expectant father who looks to Ambrose for support in the wake of an accident."
Judging by the 20-second long teaser trailer released today, this Jamie fella knows more than he's letting on.
Chris Messina (Argo) also joins the ensemble as Jamie's college friend Nick Haas, where "a surprise visit years later unexpectedly alters the course of their friendship and their lives."
Jessica Hecht plays Sonya, a painter who finds herself in the midst of the case when the car accident occurs on her property, Parisa Fitz-Henley stars as Leela Burns, Jamie's expectant wife, and Eddie Martinez stars as Vic Soto, a rising star detective who works with Ambrose on the case.
Series one floored viewers when it burst onto screens in 2017 with a gripping storyline. The series followed Cora Tannetti, a young mother newly-wed with a seemingly perfect life, who randomly stabs a man on the beach in broad daylight, seeming triggered by a song.
The second series, released in 2018, picks up 15 years later when Ambrose returns to his home town to investigate the double murder of a couple who are killed by their 13-year-old son who poisons their tea with jimsyn weed - except he won't tell anyone why.
GRIPPING IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT.
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