The Sinner season 4 online

The Sinner season 4 will premiere on Wednesday, October 13 at 9 PM EST (6 PM PST). The police procedural anthology series will once again consist of eight episodes as Detective Harry Ambrose comes out of retirement to take on a new investigation. Read on to find out how you can watch The Sinner season 4 from anywhere in the world with a VPN.

In this article, we’ll only be recommending official sources for watching The Sinner season 4. One reason we don’t recommend unlicensed streams is that they may be taken offline for copyright infringement. What’s more, they’re often of inferior quality with low resolution and excessive buffering and lag. Using official sources means you don’t need to run the risk of missing out on the premiere of The Sinner season 4.

Note that The Sinner season 4 will only be shown on region-locked platforms. To continue watching your favorite streaming services abroad, you’ll need a VPN.

How to watch The Sinner season 4 online with a VPN

By connecting to a server in the US, you’ll receive an American IP address. This makes it appear as if you’re browsing the web from the US, even if you’re on the other side of the world. As such, you’ll be able to unblock geo-restricted content such as The Sinner season 4 from abroad.

Here’s how to watch The Sinner season 4 online abroad (outside the US):

  1. Sign up with a VPN that unblocks USA Network. We recommend NordVPN although Surfshark and ExpressVPN are great value alternatives.
  2. Download and install the appropriate VPN app for your device (the device on which you plan to live stream The Sinner season 4).
  3. Open the VPN app and connect to a server in the USA. You’ll then have a US IP address for unblocking USA Network abroad.
  4. Go to USA Network and sign in with your cable TV provider to unblock live TV and full episodes of The Sinner.
  5. Select the USA Network live stream or a full episode which should now be unblocked. If not, we recommend you clear your browser’s cache and cookies.

The Sinner season 4 will air live on USA Network. That’s why we recommend you test your VPN ahead of the premiere. If you have any trouble, you’ll then have plenty of time to contact the customer support of your VPN for further assistance.



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How to watch The Sinner season 4 on US TV

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The premiere of The Sinner season 4 will broadcast on USA Network which is a cable TV channel. If you already have a US cable TV subscription, all you need to do is sign in to the USA Network website using your TV provider’s login credentials (your username or email address and password). You can then live stream The Sinner season 4 at no extra cost.

If you don’t have cable TV, there’s still a way for you to watch the USA Network online. This requires you to use one of the following streaming services: FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV ($64.99/month), Sling TV ($35 per month), and Youtube TV ($64.99/month). Sling TV is currently $10 for the first month while Hulu and YouTube TV have an offer in which you only pay $54.99 a month for the first three months.

To watch The Sinner season 4 on USA Network from outside the US, you’ll need a VPN. The reason for this is that USA Network and the rest of the above TV streaming services are region-locked. By connecting to a server in the US and obtaining a US IP address, you’ll be able to bypass these restrictions when traveling abroad. NordVPN includes a 30-day money-back guarantee which means you can try it risk-free and claim a full refund if unsatisfied.

Where else can I watch The Sinner season 4?


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The Sinner season 4 will also be broadcast on Showcase in Canada. If you have a Canadian cable TV subscription, you’ll be able to watch at no extra cost. However, Showcase is also available through the StackTV add-on for Amazon Prime Video Channels. This costs $12.99 CDN per month while an Amazon Prime Video subscription is also required ($7.99 monthly). In order for this to work abroad, you’ll need to connect to a VPN server in Canada for a Canadian IP address.

Where can I watch The Sinner seasons 1-3?

Seasons 1-3 are available to stream in various international Netflix libraries. As such, we can be confident that season 4 will come to Netflix in the near future. Netflix US plans start from $8.99 USD a month and include a 30-day free trial.

Aside from streaming, there’s also the option to purchase individual episodes and full seasons of The Sinner on the likes of Amazon Prime and YouTube TV. Single episodes are typically priced between $1.99–$2.99 while a season costs $14.99 in SD and $19.99 HD. Only seasons 1-3 are available as yet though The Sinner season 4 will surely be available in the near future. Content on the above streaming services is geo-restricted but you can unblock it abroad (outside the US) with the help of a VPN.

What can we expect from The Sinner season 4?

Season 4 of USA Network’s anthology crime series will feature eight 45–50-minute episodes with one new episode airing each week. As in previous seasons, The Sinner’s narrative will focus on the ‘why’ of the crime rather than the ‘who’ of traditional crime shows. The new season sees the now-retired Ambrose on vacation on Hanover Island in northern Maine as he looks to recover from the trauma of a previous case. However, “an unexpected tragedy” soon leads to a new investigation.

Who are the cast members of The Sinner season 4?

Series protagonist Bill Pullman returns as Detective Harry Ambrose. However, with season 4 exploring a whole new crime, new faces make up the rest of the season 4 cast. In particular, we’ll see Alice Kremelberg as Percy Muldoon, Michael Mosley as Colin Muldoon, Frances Fisher as Meg Muldoon, Cindy Cheung as Stephanie Lam, Ronnie Wong as Mike Lam, and Neal Huff as Sean Muldoon.