Cora is questioned by Detectives Leroy and Ambrose, and she freely admits to what she has done (although she doesn’t mention the strange vision of brown wallpaper she sees while recounting the events at the beach). Nine times out of ten, these veteran detectives know exactly what to expect in a case like this. But something about this one feels different to Ambrose.
USA Network announced a third season pickup of its critically acclaimed limited series, The Sinner. Bill Pullman returns to reprise his role as Detective Harry Ambrose, alongside new series regular Matt Bomer!
The season finale of season two of The Sinner revealed some of the most crucial pieces of the Julian puzzle. Still, there might be some lingering questions in this whydunnit –- or at least some need for clarification – and showrunner Derek Simonds was good enough to entertain some questions. We’re talking spoilers, so if you have not seen the finale, best to come back later!
This season of The Sinner has been all about parenthood. Who are Julian’s parents? Who bears the most responsibility for how he was raised? For his crimes? Has the kid’s life just been one long kidnapping? Showrunner Derek Simonds mulled over some of these questions with us to help tease the finale, in which (almost) all will be revealed.
Jessica Biel -- executive producer of The Sinner and Season 1 star -- appeared on NBC's TODAY show Thursday, when she revealed her whereabouts during that memorable phone call regarding her Emmy nomination. Let's just say, it's not exactly the Hollywood glam story we were expecting... watch the video!
Jessica Biel (Cora Tannetti), Bill Pullman (Detective Harry Ambrose), Derek Simonds (creator), Antonio Campos (director), and Nadia Alexander (Phoebe) attended the New York premiere event of The Sinner, USA Network's new 8-part limited series, at the Crosby Street Hotel, July 31, 2017.