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About this title

Storyline

The Sinner follows a young mother who, when overcome by an inexplicable fit of rage, commits a startling act of violence and to her horror has no idea why. The event launches an inverted and utterly surprising crime thriller whose driving force is not the "who" or the "what" -- but the "why" -- as an investigator finds himself obsessed with uncovering the woman's buried motive. Together they travel a harrowing journey into the depths of her psyche and the violent secrets hidden in her past.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: August 2, 2017

Also Known As: Synderskan, La Pécheresse |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
anthology
murder
memory loss

Company Credits

Production Co: Iron Ocean Films, Universal Cable Productions

Cast

Ashley North
as Inmate
Bob Armstrong
as Elderly Man
Rebecca Brooksher
as Dede
Ariel Shafir
as Rahm
Alexis Nichole Smith
as Sascha
Stephanie Olah Kelly
as Reporter
David Chen
as Prison Guard
Ryan McCarthy
as Peter
De'Adre Aziza
as Mrs. Hughes
Corrinne Choi
as Lake Go'er
Kerry McGann
as Sandy
Kiran Merchant
as Motel Manager/Mr. Patel
Michael Braun
as Kyle
Pamela Gray
as Debra Randall
Mila Middleswarth
as Heather's Daughter
Anna Elizabeth
as Onlooker
Parisa Fitz-Henley
as Leela Burns
Diane Marie Carey
as Belle's Friend
Zach Faye
as Officer Josh Moore/Office Josh Moore
Raegan Millican
as Cora (4 y.o.)
Apollo Kent
as Eli
Eugene Sampang
as Medical Examiner
Richard Bekins
as Dr. Poole
Luciana Silvestre Fernandes
as Celia Gomes
Monique Vukovic
as Erica the Bartender
Rebecca Wisocky
as Margaret Lacey
Eva Kaminsky
as Maria Beltran
Jessica Hecht
as Sonya Barzel
Orlagh Cassidy
as Elsa Belmont
Caroline Kiebach
as Dive Bar Patron
Ryan Stiffelman
as Younger Nick
Lisa Emery
as Carolyn
Anthony Vance Pierce
as Transport Prison Guard
Eric Todd
as Frankie Belmont
Clea Alsip
as Woman Homeowner
Ken Holmes
as Sabbiato Bartender/Trendy Meatpacking Bar Patron
Sebastian Wegner
as Dancer
Lindsay Torrey
as Abbi Grayston
Reid Price
as Detective Brookes
Monica Wyche
as Tammy Calhoun
Rosemary Howard
as Inmate
Robert G. McKay
as Warden Jenkins
Taiyen Stevenson
as News Cameraman
Doug Trapp
as Rich Guy
Dee Hoty
as Sarah Pierson
Susan Pourfar
as Cora's Public Defender
Mike Figueroa
as NYPD Patrolperson
Anthony MacPherson
as Shorter Guy
Mercedes de la Zerda
as Dock Worker
Anthony Robert Grasso
as Mr. Hughes
Walker Hare
as Banker Bob
Chris Costa
as Tommy
Paris Remillard
as Keith
Uly Schlesinger
as Chester
Jessica Biel
as Cora Tannetti
Phillip James Brannon
as Brian
Olli Haaskivi
as Matias Lorca/Matias Lorcas
Brooke Bloom
as Fiona
Moti Margolin
as Guard
Rileigh McDonald
as Phoebe (9 y.o.)
Faith Logan
as Woman at Bar
Ryan Funigiello
as Bar Patron
Alexa Shae Niziak
as Courtney
Jacob Berger
as Bailiff
Gharrett Patrick Paon
as Brandon Keyser
Mia Katigbak
as Dr. Tammy Chang
Grayson Eddey
as Laine Tannetti
Dean Neistat
as State Police #1
Raina Pellinger
as Girl in Park
Joanna Adler
as Captain Anne Farmer
Gil Polk
as Local Cop #1
Bill Pullman
as Harry Ambrose
Charlie Boyle
as Emily
Thomas D. Barnes
as Witness
Marceline Hugot
as Sister Joanna
Faye Yvette McQueen
as D'Nell
Frankie Verroca
as 2004 Commune Member
Tamala Bakkensen
as Angry Mother
Sophia Slaysman
as Country Clubber
Taylor Olson
as Patrick
Nick Taylor
as Rudy
Brady Jenness
as Young Ambrose
Erich Schuett
as Teen
Carl Reid Jr.
as Lakegoer
Peggy Gormley
as Judge Barrett
Rob Chen
as Nurse
Patrick Noonan
as Fire Chief
Pete Macnamara
as Older Date
Hannah Gross
as Marin Calhoun
Michele Cannon
as Inmate
David Jennings
as Guard
Granit Lahu
as Kevin
Rand Guerrero
as Guard
Elisha Henig
as Julian Walker
C.J. Wilson
as William
Takako Haywood
as Clerical Worker
Ruibo Qian
as Perkins
Matt Bomer
as Jamie
Logan Crawford
as Reporter
Jay Ferraro
as Bartender
Aamira Martinez
as Corrections Officer
Cindy Cheung
as Stephanie Lam
Lainie Ventura
as Female Customer
Gene Presendieu Jr.
as Craig
Danielle Herbert
as Jail Clerk
Bob Leszczak
as Member of Commune
Gretchen Koerner
as Judge Baird
Emma Kikue
as Amber
Layla Felder
as Emma Hughes
Sunshine Tovar
as Swimmer/witness
Quanisha Dixon
as Student #1
Kate Levy
as Sara
Jacob Pitts
as J.D.
Ezra Barnes
as Dmitri
Bobby Daniel Rodriguez
as Male Orderly
Melanie Nicholls-King
Joel Van Liew
as Psychiatrist #1
Daniel James
as Niagara Falls Couple
Ruby Barnes
as Lady in White Hat
Kathryn Erbe
as Fay Ambrose
Robert Myers
as Patient on Crutches
James David Rich
as Francois
Nick Davis
as Dan
Kyle June Williams
as Heather
Joseph DeVito
as Eddie
Mike Holt
as Hollywood Wade
Adrienne Scalo
as Member of commune
Darren Jones
as Man in Suit
Sherri Robinson
as News Crew Sound Person
Adam David Thompson
as Adam Lowry
Samrat Chakrabarti
as Benji Shaw
Gary Lee Mahmoud
as Dr. Abdi Pasdar
Ian Unterman
as Dr. Daniel Combs
David Huynh
as CJ Lam
Teri Wyble
as Leah Belmont
Danielle Burgess
as Maddie
Lynn Marocola
as NYPD Officer
Alice Kremelberg
as Percy Muldoon
Ivylyn Nickel
as Scared Child
Ella Rae Peck
as Sophie Greenfield
Marvin Johnson
as Central Booking Officer
Gary Hilborn
as Tod Richter
Nimo Gandhi
as Forensics Agent
David Call
as Andy 'Brick' Brickowski
Grant Monohon
as Duffy
Antonio Ortiz
as Mike Kelnoff
Frank Holley
as Sheriff's Deputy
Augie Murphy
as Cora (13 y.o.)/Teenage Cora
Niamh Wilson
as Caroline
Sean Skerry
as Sam
Rodrigo Lopresti
as Gabe
Mathilde Dehaye
as Hippie
Gina Jun
as Business Patron
Francesca Dininno
as Young Phoebe
Estelle Trudel
as Violet
Jachym Jelinek
as Young Check
Adrienne Lovette
as Cora's Cellmate
Anjelica Bosboom
as Clare
Martin Shakar
as Older Patient
Allison Case
as Harry's Mother/Rosemary Ambrose
Blair Langille
as Roy
Leah Dowdy
as Amelia
Colin Hanlon
as Danny
Gameela Wright
as Ernestine Jones
Emerson MacNeil
as Ash Lanier
Cristina Pitter
as Prison Guard
Brennan Brown
as Lionel Jeffries
Jessica Marie Brown
as Kerry
Chik White
as Diez
Michael Mann
as Terry
Maceo Oliver
as Garrett
Marcus Ho
as Cort Thomason
Alet Taylor
as Laurie Farnham
Natalie Paul
as Heather Novack
Diana Henry
as Forensics Tech
Christopher Abbott
as Mason Tannetti
Jordana Rose
as Young Cora
Aime Donna Kelly
as Marta Hines
Lindsay Hibbard
as Nurse
Deaven Brooks
as Inmate
Michael DeBarge
as Dish Washer
Tessa John-Connor
as Memeber of Commune
Ryan Vincent Anderson
as Dispatch Worker
Kimberly Hester Huffstetler
as Fruit Stand Owner
Robert Funaro
as Ron Tannetti
Stephane Gaudet
as Taller Guy
Amanda Kristin Nichols
as Kelsey
Kerry Flanagan
as County Employee
Abby Miller
as Caitlin Sullivan
Robert Cuccioli
as Bruce Herting
Aerielle Dodson
as Murder Witness at the Lake
Glory Simon
as Jeannie the Waitress
Walter T. Flower
as Patron
Nastasha Strang
as State Police Officer
Joe Cobden
as Chief Lou Raskin
Corey Brown
as Sheriff
Scott McCord
as Verne Novak
Kevin Kevin
as Police Clerk
Jordan Dean
as Eyan
Anthony Treble
as Lake Goer/Swimmer
Christian Mardini
as Cohort
Samantha Brown
as Kat Keyser
Dohn Norwood
as Dan Leroy
Rob Yang
as Scott
Jason John Cicalese
as Bus Passenger
Sergio Delavicci
as Police Officer
Jay O. Sanders
as Chief Tom Lidell
Merritt Chase
as Press Conference Attendee
John Rue
as Henry
Chris Messina
as Nick Haas
Delilah Napier
as Charlotte
Brian Hutchison
as Mitch Russo
Wendy Rich Stetson
as Brenda
Douglas Gush
as Boy
Michael H. Cole
as Balewski
Joseph Melendez
as District Attorney Lopez
Scott Cohen
as Bob Kowalski
Devin McGee
as Guard
Dylan Brentwood
as Black Jacket
Iphy Murphy
as Schoolgirl
Taylor Colwell
as Haley
Debbie Troche
as Rosie
Aaron Roman Weiner
as Deputy Sheriff
Tracy Sallows
as Carla
Luke David Blumm
as Eli
Kim Roberts
as Greta
Enid Graham
as Elizabeth Lacey/Cora's Mom
Jasmine Rush
as Nia Leroy
Kristen Adele
as Psychiatrist #2
Martha Irving
as Belle Kayser
Heather Jackson
as Lake onlooker
Robert Fortunato
as Police Officer
Chad Ackerman
as Local Cop #2
Stephen Rowe
as Judge Emerson
Qurrat Ann Kadwani
as Reporter #1
Ben Stone
as Jasper
Abigail Ludrof
as Deanna
Garrett Coffey
as Younger Jamie
Tracy Letts
as Jack Novack
Katelyn Farrugia
as Ashley
CJ Hunt
as Hobbs
Jim Ford
as Sabbiato Bouncer #2
Sharleen Kalayil
as Nancy
Jeremy J. Sykes
as News Reporter
Meredyth Kenney
as News Reporter
Assibey Blake
as Guard/Husband
Michael Mosley
as Colin Muldoon
Samantha Kudler
as Student
Arthur French
as Caleb Walker
Eddie Martinez
as Vic Soto
Monte Murray
as Don Lanier
Richard Grossheim
as Gene - Neighbor
Dejay Roestenberg
as Diver
Marc Menchaca
as Glen Fisher
Gregg Edelman
as Philosophy Professor
Patti D'Arbanville
as Lorna Tannetti
Jamie Neumann
as Carmen Bell
Mauralea Austin
as Cynthia
Justin Silver
as Vic
Elena McGhee
as Housewife
Ambyr Dunn
as Risa
Sekara Bakkensen
as Daughter
Saiyam Kumar
as Resident
Annie Pisapia
as Driver in Pick Up Truck/Pedestrian
Nikki Barnett
as Rhonda
Grant Jaeger
as Campbell Leroy
George Gerard
as Reporter
Julian Jackson
as Diner Patron
Olivia Dodson
as Lady at Lake
Patrick Faerber
as Bartender
Amelia Windom
as Margaret
Steven Anderson
as Blonde Guy
Christopher Innvar
as Frankie's Dad
Adam LeFevre
as Police Chief
Kelly McAndrew
as Danielle Vaughn
Terry Jackson
as Coroner
Deborah Wilkins
as Murder Witness
Tanya Thompson
as Bailiff
Robbie P Smith
as Sabbiato Bouncer #1
DeLance Minefee
as Reporter #2
Ellen Adair
as Bess McTeer
Neal Huff
as Sean Muldoon
Joe Lanza
as Fireman #1 (Rick)
Jules Haven
as Prison guard
Roger Brenner
as Keller NY EMT
Amanda Anthony
as Courthouse Spectator/Diner Patron
John Quilty
as Pili
Nadia Alexander
as Adult Phoebe (19)
Lee Wilkof
as Judge Greenberg
Carrie Coon
as Vera Walker
Dani Deetté
as Rori Barnhill
Spenser Granese
as Shawn
Meredith Holzman
as Sharon
Victor Williams
as D.A. Hutchinson
Leslie Fray
as Melanie
Frances Fisher
as Meg Muldoon
Elaine del Valle
as Cynthia Burrows
Jacqueline Honulik
as Female Bar Patron
Erin Healani Chung
as Jes
Ronin Wong
as Mike Lam
Manuel Rodriguez-Saenz
as Raffa Dominguez

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 4

2021 | 8 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2018

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Presentation on Television

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2018

Nominee

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series

Nominee

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series

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