Jessica Biel Returns To US Television With New Crime Drama 'The Sinner'
Ten years since her last appearance in the small screen with "The 7th Heaven" Season 10, Jessica Biel is making her comeback as regular cast in a television series as the lead of the USA Network pilot "The Sinner."
The series was adapted by Derek Simonds from a book of the same title written by Petra Hammesfahr, reported TV Line. The plot centers on a young mother who committed a shocking act of violence in public and how she has to deal with its aftermath. But the interesting thing is, even she does not now why she did it.
An investigator becomes interested in uncovering the real motive behind the mother's action, and as the series progresses they will discover the violent secret hidden in the past. The drama's focus is not the ordinary 'who' or the 'what,' but the 'why.'
Biel will also be the executive producer of "The Sinner" with her and partner, Michelle Purple's Iron Ocean Films production together with Simonds and director Antonio Campos, Deadline reported.
"The Sinner" is the third new series to be scheduled on USA Network's 2016-2017 slate. The network has recently announced the release of "Damnation," produced by Tony Tost, James Mangold, Guymon Casady and Daniel Rappaport, and "The Tap," produced by Andrew Lenchewski, Rob Reiner, Alan Greisman and Charlie Ebersol.
Jessica Claire Timberlake, also known as Jessica Biel earned recognition on her role as Mary Camdem, one of the daughters of the Camdem family, in the longest running television series of The WB channel "7th Heaven." Since then, acted on various movies including: "The Illusionist" (2006); "Next" and "Now Pronounce You Chucky and Larry" (2007); "Hole in the Paper Sky" and "Easy Virtue" (2008); "Planet 51" and "Powder Blue" (2009); "Valentine's Day" and "The A Team" (2010); "New Year's Eve" (2011); "Total Recall," "The Tall Man" and "Hitchcock" (2012); "The Truth About Emanuel" (2013); "Accidental Love" and "Bleeding Heart" (2015); and "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" and "A Kind of Murder" (2016).
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