The Sinner: Season 2

The Sinner: Season 2

The Sinner: Season 2

Bill Pullman leads season two of the Golden Globe-nominated crime drama as Detective Harry Ambrose, returning to his hometown to find an answer to a very disturbing question: why would a young boy kill his parents?

2018USA
CrimeDrama

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

Part I

A troubled detective returns to his hometown to investigate why... More a young boy would kill his parents.

EPISODE 2.2

Part II

Ambrose and Heather begin to unravel where Julian is from.... More Julian is thrust into a new world.

EPISODE 2.3

Part III

Heather makes a startling realization about Marin. Vera and Julian... More are dealt a hard blow.

EPISODE 2.4

Part IV

Ambrose returns to Mosswood to confront Vera about the commune's... More work.

EPISODE 2.5

Part V

As Ambrose zeroes in on a new suspect, a rift... More develops between him and Heather.

EPISODE 2.6

Part VI

Vera reveals Mosswood's past to Ambrose, leading to a turn... More in Julian's case.

EPISODE 2.7

Part VII

Heather and Ambrose search for Julian.

EPISODE 2.8

Part VIII

Heather and Ambrose continue their search for Julian as Marin’s... More past is unraveled.

The Sinner: Season 2 | Reviews

97%33 reviews

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

While this new batch of episodes isn’t exactly a laugh riot, it’s weirder than its predecessor, and not just because Henig has an unnerving, wide-eyed stillness that serves the early episodes well.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Some of the storytelling feels less refined than last year but the cast is again strong enough that The Sinner could again be an addictive summer distraction right when we need it.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Paul is comparably meant to be more solid than exciting. ... Coon is perfectly enigmatic, not quite the season's villain and yet utterly unsettling.

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Collider

Collider

It may not be reinventing the wheel here, but it doesn’t need to. It’s a simple structure with a twisted story, and it’s good.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

If the first few episodes are any indication, this is yet another disturbing/thought-provoking mystery worth unraveling.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

The exploration is carefully laid out so each twist is effectively teased, and it’s also made to be a good time, even when it gets dark. The cast of likable actors helps out on that front, and Letts, in particular, stands out early on as a good ol’ boy who’s almost too well-meaning to be trusted.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Simonds manages to craft a fresh and unusual story with which to fill in the parameters of the series’ framework.

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