Next week, “American Crime” will once again on the air, and all signs are pointing to us being near the end of the story. granted, we already know that to be true. There are only 11 episodes in this season, and given that we think of this as more of an anthology series, we imagine that most of what you want to know about will be wrapped up in the finale on May 14. Ultimately, you better hope so, given the fact that the odds of this show coming back for a second season are fairly slim.
As you would expect, some of the major themes next week include justice, shocking reveals, and also trying to find potential witnesses who can turn the case for Tony completely around. Nothing in this show is ever easy, and you would be wise to remember that.
If you have not seen any details as to what to expect on the episode yet, other than the promo, we would suggest taking a look at the official synopsis below:
“Revelations from Aubry’s recent statements have far-reaching implications as new and damaging allegations against Matt Skokie’s role in the incident come to light. This setback is finally one that from which Barb will be unable to recover, leaving Russ to pick up the fight. Carter is handed a new lease on life while Hector’s prospects turn for the worst after Aubry’s account renders his testimony regarding Carter and the murder weapon inconsequential. Hector’s immediately deported and turned over to the Mexican authorities. Elsewhere, though Alonzo struggles to find character witnesses for Tony’s upcoming hearing, his family unifies.”
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