The Sinner Season 3 Episode 4 – Ambrose pursues Jamie through New York City and tries to prevent another homicide.
Episode title: “Part IV”
Release date: February 27, 2020
Network: USA Network
Cast: Jessica Biel, Christopher Abbott, Dohn Norwood, Abby Miller, Bill Pullman, Carrie Coon, Natalie Paul, Hannah Gross, Elisha Henig, Tracy Letts, Jessica Hecht, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Eddie Martinez, Chris Messina, Matt Bomer
The Sinner is an American anthology crime drama mystery television series. Eight episodes of the program, based on the novel of the same name by German crime writer Petra Hammesfahr and originally conceived of as a “close-ended series”, were ordered in January 2017 and premiered on USA Network on August 2, 2017. In March 2018, the series was renewed for a second season, also of eight episodes, which premiered on August 1, 2018, and concluded on September 19, 2018. In March 2019, the series was renewed for a third season. In November 2019, a trailer was released which revealed the third season is scheduled to premiere on February 6, 2020. The first season of The Sinner received two nominations at the 75th Golden Globe Awards: Best Miniseries or Television Film and Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film for Jessica Biel. Biel was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.
After learning that he willingly checked himself into the motel, Harry is vague in answering Heather’s questions about his visit with Vera. He later breaks into Mosswoodian Glen Fisher’s house to find a photo connecting his family to the stone column. At Julian’s arraignment, his lawyer enters a not-guilty plea. Julian gets into a fight in jail and is put in isolation, where he tells Harry that his nightmare visitor was actually real two weeks prior. Vera later asks Harry to be a material witness for Julian; as a reward, she confirms that she is not Julian’s mother. Chief Liddell removes Harry from the seemingly closed case, and Harry is later shunned by Jack for suspecting a town-wide cover-up. In flashback, Marin cuts ties with Heather, becomes a Mosswood member, and reveals she is pregnant to Vera. Vera tells her that babies cannot be a part of the commune, but Jeffries allows it, just this once.
Harry learns that he is being followed and manages to find the missing video of the malpractice suit. He sends a copy to Heather and shows it to Vera, causing her to recall and relate previous Mosswood events. Julian’s birth is shown, but he rejects being breastfed by Marin as Vera has also been doing it. Vera realizes that the “work” done in the Mosswood sessions are forms of abuse. Jeffries takes Julian from her and retreats to his cabin. In the present, Heather has a dive team to search a lake mentioned in the video; a woman’s corpse is found there. Harry forces the DA, who was bribed to bury the malpractice suit, to change Julian’s murder charge to manslaughter. Julian is returned to the orphanage, and despite Harry’s reassurance that the hooded figure is a manifestation of guilt, Julian is later seemingly abducted by it.
Keller Police raid Mosswood to search for Julian. Concerned for his safety, Vera is confrontational and gets arrested. Harry surmises the cloaked figure has Julian and learns a brown van was parked near the orphanage that night. The cloaked figure and van owner is shown to be Marin, who has been living at a convent for the past three years. She had asked Adam and Bess to bring Julian to her at Niagara Falls, but they were murdered. Now, after convincing Julian that she is his mother and armed with a gun, Marin is intent on driving him into Canada to meet someone. Harry deduces her crossing point, but he and Heather find her shot dead there and Julian still missing.
Julian is shown in Vera’s care in New York City. She tells him of her plan for them to live in Washington State. Back in Keller, Harry learns of documents of a regular sizeable monthly payment via a shell corporation to Vera at Mosswood over 10 years. At home, Heather finds a motel room key in Jack’s laundry, the same motel where Marin was shot. Both detectives question Jack, but he refuses to answer with Heather present. He confesses to accidentally shooting Marin with her own gun, after she called asking for money and he saw that she was unstable. He also admits to being Julian’s father, after he raped Marin following her drunken argument with Heather. Julian calls Harry to inform him of Vera’s plan; Harry tells him that it is solely his choice to go or stay. Harry traces the call, as Julian tearfully refuses to go with Vera. They are returned to Keller, and Julian’s trial resumes. Harry vouches for him, and he is placed in a rehabilitation home for four years. Vera is not charged, and she torches the Mosswood therapy recordings and the barn that houses the stone column. Vera returns Harry’s therapy recording to him, wherein Harry admits resentment regarding Vera’s close relationship with Julian as he didn’t have one with his own mother. Harry and Heather finally take Julian to Niagara Falls, as Vera touches the stone column in the building’s ashes.
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