The Sinner will end its run on USA Network after its fourth season


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USA Network's crime drama series The Sinner will be coming to a close after the current fourth season.

The Sinner's verified Twitter account revealed on Wednesday that the show will end with an extended series finale, airing December 1.

The tweet also came with a statement from The Sinner creator Derek Simonds, revealing the final season will close the arc of Bill Pullman's character Harry Ambrose.

Final season: USA Network's crime drama series The Sinner will be coming to a close after the current fourth season

'It's been a huge pleasure and a privilege to tell the kind of stories we have on The Sinner these past four seasons,' Simonds began.

'I'm so pleased to complete Harry Ambrose's dramatic series-long arc as we intended in this final season,' Simonds concluded.

The show is a police procedural anthology series, which examines a different crime each season.

Pleasure and privilege: 'It's been a huge pleasure and a privilege to tell the kind of stories we have on The Sinner these past four seasons,' Simonds began

The first season was based on Petra Hammesfahr's 1999 novel The Sinner, which starred Jessica Biel as Cora Tannetti, which landed her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.

The show primarily centers on Harry Ambrose, who has starred in all four seasons while many other stars have come and gone, Carrie Coon 

Biel left the show after the first season, though she did remain on as an executive producer, with the second season shifting to Ambrose's hometown in rural upstate New York.

First season: The first season was based on Petra Hammesfahr's 1999 novel The Sinner, which starred Jessica Biel as Cora Tannetti, which landed her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

The season follows the detective as he's drawn in to the shocking crime of an 11-year-old murdering his parents with no real motive, with Carrie Coon, Natalie Paul, Tracey Letts and Hannah Gross starring in the season.

The third season took Harry Ambrose to the upstate New York town of Dorchester, where he investigates what seems to be a car accident that becomes the most disturbing case of his career, with Matt Bomer, Parisa Fitz-Henley and Chris Messina all starring.

The current fourth season brings Ambrose and his partner Sonya (Jessica Hecht) to Hanover Island in northern Maine for a recuperative getaway...  but when he's there, an unexpected tragedy happens to a prominent family as he's asked to help with the investigation.

Season 2: The season follows the detective as he's drawn in to the shocking crime of an 11-year-old murdering his parents with no real motive, with Carrie Coon, Natalie Paul, Tracey Letts and Hannah Gross starring in the season

This season also stars Frances Fisher, Alice Kremelberg, Neal Huff, Cindy Cheung, Ronin Wong and Michael Mosley.

Derek Simonds serves as showrunner and executive producer, alongside executive producers Jessica Biel and Michelle Purple through their production company, Iron Ocean. 

Charlie Gogolak, Adam Bernstein and Nina Braddock also serve as executive producers. 

Season: This season also stars Frances Fisher, Alice Kremelberg, Neal Huff, Cindy Cheung, Ronin Wong and Michael Mosley