The Sinner

Aired: Feb 20, 2020 , Thursday at 21:00 on USA Network

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Episode Summary: Ambrose investigates Jamie's past; Leela gives birth as Jamie's anxiety reaches a breaking point.
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Is it any surprise that having the baby didn't do much to help Jamie and Leela get closer to one another? If anything, we learned on The Sinner Season 3 Episode 3 that their son breathing outside the womb has driven Jamie even farther away from an ideal life in the suburbs. It seems that Jamie's once-happy life is on its last breath. Ambrose found out about the same time we did that Jamie was lying about not knowing about the grave. Of course, we had our suspicions, bu... more



The Sinner's Matt Bomer Weighs in on Season 3 Premiere: 'There's So Much for Jamie to Lose' - Grade It!

The Sinner goes from zero to 80 in its Season 3 premiere, pushing the pedal to the metal on a new whydunit that places former White Collar criminal Matt Bomer at the scene of the crime. Episode 1 introduces us to Bomer’s Jamie Burns. He’s a private-school teacher and an upstanding resident of Dorchester, New York, where he resides with his pregnant wife Leela (Midnight, Texas‘ Parisa Fitz-Henley). It’s clear from the very first scene that d... more

Matt Bomer on His Dark Sinner Turn: It Asked More of Me Than Any Past Role

White Collar vet Matt Bomer is back on USA Network — but charming con man Neal Caffrey he is definitely not. In Season 3 of the crime anthology The Sinner (premiering Thursday at 9/8c), Bomer stars as Jamie Burns, an all-girls private school teacher with the makings of a perfect life. But from his first scene — let’s just say he’s doing something he shouldn’t on... more

'The Sinner' Review: Season 3 Tweaks Its Format and Swaps Out Mystery for Anxiety

Over its three seasons, “The Sinner” has largely been built on the idea of a coiled snake. The central figures at the core of each season have each been figures who seem at first like blank slates, numbed by their proximity to the acts of violence they stand accused of perpetrating. Inside each of these stories is some variation on “How could someone like this be capable of something like that?” It’s a question that, especially when asked thro... more




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