The drama will conclude its run this December.
November 17, 2021
USA Network announced today that The Sinner will be coming to an end after its current fourth season. The news comes with three episodes remaining in its run, which is set to conclude with an extended series finale on December 1.
Premiering in 2017, the show was first billed as a limited, close-ended series, but its solid performance kept it on the air, with each season focusing on an all-new crime with star Bill Pullman's Detective Ambrose acting as the perennial lead on each case.
In a message posted on social media, creator Derek Simonds stated that the acclaimed drama's finale will be completing Detective Ambrose's series-long arc as intended.
#TheSinner will be concluding its run on @USA_Network at the end of this season culminating with an extended finale on Wednesday, December 1 at 10/9c. pic.twitter.com/MuSXU2CUPN— The Sinner (@TheSinnerUSA) November 17, 2021
USA network, as we knew it, dies along with The Sinner. Chucky is the only current scripted show left, and Chucky is what you just left in the toilet.
USA network inherits most of the NBCSN (sports) programming in 2022 as the NBCSN channel no longer exists after Dec 31.
USA will now have wrestling, reality, real sports, and Chucky.
Chill with the spoils dude, some don't watch until it's a full season on Netflix! Have some consideration!
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