The second season finale of the hit Bounce drama series Saints & Sinners airing this Sunday, April 23 at 9:00 p.m. ET, promises answers and even more bloodshed, lies and scandals.
Jabari (J.D. Williams) and (Christian Keyes) reconnect for a new business deal while planning to takedown Rex (Clifton Powell). Christie (Jasmine Burke) snaps under the pressure of losing everything important in her life. The police conduct an intensive search for the town’s latest murder suspect that leaves members of Greater Hope Baptist Church hiding more dark secrets and fighting to prove their innocence.
Season two brings viewers back to Cypress, Georgia, the sleepy southern town outside Atlanta which has been rocked by the murders of a beloved pastor and the town’s Mayor. Death’s shadow continues to loom over the town’s epicenter, Greater Hope Baptist Church, as a dead body is discovered on its grounds, bringing up the church’s sordid past along with it. As concealed secrets claw their way to the surface, new alliances are formed and deceit, jealousy and compromising sexual affairs threaten to shatter lives and demolish the heart of the church and the town forever. As everyone’s dark past comes to light, the difference between being a saint or a sinner becomes more distorted than ever.
Saints & Sinners stars Vanessa Bell Calloway, Clifton Powell, Christian Keyes, J.D. Williams, Jasmine Burke and Keith Robinson. Joining the core cast this season: Tray Chaney (The Wire), Demetria McKinney (House of Payne) and Karlie Redd (Love & Hip Hop Atlanta).
Saints & Sinners is produced in partnership with Swirl Film’s Eric Tomosunas (Undershepard, 35 and Ticking).
Bounce is the only emerging broadcast network producing original scripted series. The network’s three originally-produced sitcoms Mann & Wife, In The Cut and Family Time have all seen ratings grow season after season.
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