Critic Consensus: American Crime offers a unique anthology series filled with surprising revelations and compelling inter-connected narratives that opt for original, emotional human commentary instead of tired arguments over current events.
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News & Interviews for American Crime: Season 3
This anthology series may be the best dramatic show on broadcast television these days, daring as it does to work with both nuance and timely topicality.
This season is the starkest and grimmest yet with its depictions of migrant worker and teen girl trafficking.
American Crime manages to sidestep well-worn arguments about immigration and other hot-button topics with a set of compelling, interlocking stories that challenge viewers to see in new ways the people we so often manage not to see at all.
It feels like one story is beginning as another ends, which would be a slightly new trick for American Crime, and one more reason fans would have to stick around.
Another brilliant, powerful, moving season of one of TV's best.
I was thoroughly invested, and deeply impressed once again by show creator John Ridley's ambition. Gradually, the plots begin to connect more clearly, and we begin to see how all the social problems that Ridley has set loose are linked.
Audience Reviews for American Crime: Season 3
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