The Sinner is a groundbreaking anthology series from USA Networks’ broadcasting channel. The series distinguishes itself, further distinguishing it from the mysteries, murders, and daring crime dramas that have been flooding the market for years.
The most critical feature that separates the series from others is that it poses a straightforward question, “Why did people commit a crime?” rather than dwelling on who committed the crime in the first place. For starters, the first season of the series begins with a depiction of a violent crime committed in broad daylight.
The first episodes follow a woman, played by Jessica Biel, who viciously stands a man to death by poking a hole in his throat. The outstanding detective who apprehends the woman is less concerned about who killed who and more concerned with why the woman murdered someone in broad daylight.
The Sinner Season 4: When Will It Be Released?
Neither the producer nor the broadcast network has given a release date for the series as of this writing. However, owing to the severity of COVID-19, USA Networks announced in June 2020 that the series’ fourth season will be postponed. The Sinner’s first two seasons were released in August 2017 and then again in 2018.
The third season of the series will debut in February 2020, at a different time. The fourth season of the series is expected to debut in August, following the same trend as the first two seasons.
Season 4 of The Sinner: Cast
The only link between seasons is Ambrose, the empathetic detective who also happens to be a loner. Apart from Pullman, no other actors from the previous seasons will return, so the fourth season’s cast is uncertain.
Season 4 Of The Sinner: Storyline
The series’ creators have been running out of source material since the first season. The show’s second and third seasons were completely unique. One thing is certain, considering the lack of story specifics for the fourth season.
There will also be an original story in the fourth season. Petra Hammesfahr wrote a novel with the same title, which inspired the series. The limited eight-episode series’ first season was very good, and it was followed by a couple of more seasons, both of which were enjoyable to watch on television.
Each season of the anthology series focuses on a different type of crime and a different type of sinner. Harry Ambrose, the detective from upstate New York, is still the most depressed person on the case, working relentlessly on each case despite watching it darken and finally rubbing off on him.