The second season of The Sinner has finally arrived on Netflix in the UK after it was released on the USA Network last year. The new season will premiere tomororw (Friday, August 2) on the streaming site. Season two features a mostly cast as the story shifts to a new case in a new area. Here's a look at the new cast members of The Sinner. Related articles The Sinner season 2: Why isn't Jessica Biel in the new series? The Sinner season 3 release date, cast, trailer, plot WARNING: This article contains spoilers for The Sinner season 2, episode 1 The hugely anticipated second season of The Sinner has aired in America and is currently on Netflix UK now with Bull Pullman back in the lead role. Season one followed Jessica Biel as young mother Cora Tannetti who stabbed a man to death on the beach for seemingly no reason. Detective Harry Ambrose (played by Bill Pullman) investigated the reasons why she committed the crime in the genre-defining ‘whodunit’ … [Read more...] about The Sinner season 2 cast: Who is in the new cast of The Sinner?
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Where to Stream: The OA More Options Very mild spoilers for The OA: Part II ahead. There’s an episode in Season 2 of The OA, Netflix’s mysterious drama, where six characters camp out in a church for a night. The youth pastor’s daughter invites them to stay, because her father says the church is open “to any pilgrims of faith passing through.” She pauses. “That’s what you are, isn’t it?” The OA, both the show and the character, has always asked for faith. Creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij tested that faith with the Season 1 finale, which implied that protagonist Prairie Johnson, also known as the OA, was a fraud, and that the fantastical, 8-episode tale she had spun was in fact, all a lie. The ending divided critics, and I admit, I was a non-believer: I only stand for “All Just a Dream”-ism when Connor4Real does it. But on Friday—nearly two-and-a-half years later—my faith was restored … [Read more...] about If ‘The OA’ Season 1 Finale Tested Your Faith, Season 2 Will Restore It
The final season of “Game of Thrones” arrives April 14. Before then, we’re getting prepared by rewatching the first seven seasons. Sign up to get these straight to your inbox . This article contains spoilers for Seasons 1-7 of “Game of Thrones.” You’ve been watching them, all of them, all of their lives, with a thousand eyes and one. Now you come to us at last, though the hour is late. Welcome back to our guide through an epic “Game of Thrones” rewatch. If you’re just joining us, you can catch up with recaps of past seasons with our ultimate watching guide, which also includes suggested episodes to rewatch in later seasons. And now our watch continues with Season 4. Novices beware: This article is dark and full of spoilers. How Should I Rewatch Season 4? Concentrate on the installments that are central to the famously complicated plot and provide all the feels. Here are four must-watch episodes. Episode 2, “The … [Read more...] about Rewatching ‘Game of Thrones,’ Season 4: How to Chain Your Dragon
NEW YORK – It's a great time to be a Regina. Last month, Regina King won best supporting actress from the New York Film Critics Circle for her heartwarming turn in "If Beale Street Could Talk," the new romantic drama based on James Baldwin's 1974 novel. The award was especially meaningful for King, 47, who was recognized alongside her longtime friend Regina Hall, who won best actress for her workplace comedy "Support the Girls." "Yeah! The Reginas!" King exclaims, sitting in a hotel suite overlooking Central Park on a rainy afternoon just a few days after the awards were announced. "I texted her and said, 'Well, we're really going to confuse their (butts) now,' because people have a hard time keeping up which Regina. We'll see posts (on social media) that say her name but tag me. But I don't mind them getting us confused, because she's a pretty awesome human being." The honor is the first of many expected to come her way this season … [Read more...] about Real-life ‘mama bear’ Regina King on ‘If Beale Street Could Talk,’ playing a superhero at 47
To report corrections and clarifications, contact Standards Editor Brent Jones: Phone, 1-800-872-7073 E-mail, [email protected] Please indicate whether you're responding to content online or in the newspaper. The following USA TODAY corrections and clarifications were published between October 2012 and December 2014 : December 2014 News: A Dec. 19 article on Fidel Castro misstated the year of the Cuban missile crisis. It was 1962. Money: A retired couple over 65 is granted a total standard tax deduction of $14,800 for tax year 2014. This was incorrect in a story Dec. 31. News: An official with the Centers for Disease Control and Protection says that, while the flu vaccine does not provide complete protection against the H3N2 virus, it does guard against some portion of the strain. An earlier version of the following story misstated level of protection for the flu vaccine. … [Read more...] about Corrections & Clarifications: Archive