The Sinner

7.4

2017

Duration  :  

45m

24 Episodes

A young mother kills a stranger in a fit of unexplainable rage. An inquisitive detective obsesses over the case, attempting to get to the bottom of the true motive behind the act.

Cast : Bill Pullman, Matt Bomer, Jessica Hecht, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Eddie Martinez


Genres : Drama, Crime


Production Companies : UCP, Iron Ocean Films.

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Seasons
Season 1

8 Episodes

Season 2

8 Episodes

Season 3

8 Episodes


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