I finally banged out season two of “The Sinner” on Netflix, and it was great.
Bill Pullman is back as detective Harry Ambrose to investigate the murder of two people by a young boy. I’m not going to give any spoilers here because if I say virtually anything at all, it could ruin the season for everybody who hasn’t seen it yet.
Season - Darker - Season
However, here’s what I will see. Season two is arguably darker than season one, and the ending isn’t nearly as positive.
At least, that’s how I viewed the final episode of season two. Harry finds himself going down a dark hole of mystery as the child who did the killing is tied to a commune.
Nothing - Nothing
Nothing, and I mean nothing, is what it seems to...