Matt Bomer is returning to USA.
The former White Collar star has been tapped to lead Season 3 of the cable network's mystery anthology series The Sinner, the network announced Wednesday. He'll join series star Bill Pullman, who'll reprise his role as Det. Harry Ambrose.
Season 3 will return to the fictional upstate New York town of Dorchester, where the Jessica Biel-led first season was set. Ambrose gets involved in a new mystery that starts with a routine investigation of a fatal car accident and develops into the discovery of a hidden crime that USA describes as "the most dangerous and disturbing case of his career." Bomer will play Jamie, an "upstanding Dorchester resident and expectant father who looks to Ambrose for support in the wake of an accident."
Biel will continue to executive-produce, and Derek Simonds will return as showrunner. Breaking Bad's Adam Bernstein will direct the first two episodes and executive-produce.
Season 1 of The Sinner was the top new cable show of 2017 and earned Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for Biel as well as a limited series Globe nomination. Last summer's Season 2, which set Carrie Coon opposite Pullman as the leader of a mysterious spiritual community with a dark secret, didn't get as much attention, but performed well enough for USA to give the anthology series a third season.
Bomer can currently be seen (but mostly heard) in DC Universe's superhero series Doom Patrol.
No premiere date has been set for The Sinner Season 3. Season 1 is available to stream on Netflix. Season 2 is available for purchase on Amazon.