After canceling series like ‘Rename’ or ‘La Purga,’ it seems that not everything is bad news within the USA Network, which has just renewed ‘The Sinner’ for the fourth season. Although at the moment nothing is known about it, what has been confirmed is that we will be able to enjoy it in 2021, in addition to the actor Bill Pullman returning to give life to Detective Harry Ambrose. He must face a new case as he continues to fight the ghosts of his past.
The Third Season Arrived on Netflix
If in the first installment the antagonist was actress Jessica Biel, and in the third, it will be Matt Boomer, at the moment we do not know who will be the accused that Ambrose will have to help this time.
What we do know is that Derek Simonds will continue to act as showrunner for the series, whose third season will arrive on Netflix on June 19 after having premiered on the USA Network in January of this year, so the fans of this detective are about to dive into a new case.
The first Sinner season of 2017 was the number one brand new cable series, with the email candidate being nominated for the Bill and two Golden Candidates. Season 2 presents Pullman for SAG nomination and Critics’ Choice nod.
Other Major Updates
In other US news, the network has decided on two new unregistered series, one about an entrepreneur and three sisters and one pastor about a larger life.
This time we will see Detective Ambrose in the full investigation after a tragic car accident on the outskirts of Dorchester, New York, in which a man named Jamie (Bomer) appears to be involved. Obviously, this was not an accident to use and hides many secrets behind it, which will lead our lead detective to the “most dangerous and disturbing case of his career”.