If you were one of the over 3.5 million viewers who checked out the series premiere of The Sinner, then you understand why USA Network's new limited series is a can't-miss hour of television each week this summer. Read more about how The Sinner debuted as this summer’s number-one ad-supported cable drama series premiere!
Photos from The Sinner season 1, Part V.
Photos from The Sinner season 1, Part IV.
Photos from The Sinner season 1, Part II.
After last week’s penultimate boatload of revelations, Cora’s case inches towards its close in this week’s finale with even more surprises to spare.
Cora knows what happened to her on July 2012, but what happened after that?
The Sinner Chapter 7 is when we finally answers to what happened to Cora (Jessica Biel) that July 4 weekend in 2012. It also stands alone as a full flashback episode -- no Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman), no Anne (Joanna Adler), no investigation; just the events that lead to the blackout and a bevy of revelations dispelled at a mile-a-minute clip. In other words: this is a great hour of television. Catch up on the highlights (with major spoilers) below.
The heart-pounding final moments of Part V zoom into this week’s sixth outing with Mason (Christopher Abbott) walking up to J.D.’s home, gun in-hand. The episode is also very flashback-heavy and we learn more about the conversations and events that led to Cora (Jessica Biel) being with J.D. on July 4, 2012. Then at long last, Cora remembers what happened to her in that basement. All that and more in this week’s recap below.
[*Warning, recap contains spoilers]
Someone got to J.D. first.
Part V of The Sinner makes way for an even greater conspiracy than we could have anticipated. Plus, Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) is joined by some unwelcome assistance from the state police and Cora (Jessica Biel) gets backed into a corner. Catch up on the episode’s major takeaways below.
Anne Farmer arrives large and in charge
Warning: Recap contains spoilers
As expected, Part II of The Sinner opened with Cora Tannetti pleading guilty to killing Frankie, but it's what unfolded next that kept us on the edge of our seats. Check out the full episode recap below.
Cora’s Trial Is Put on Hold