American Crime Season 2: ABC Releases Premiere Episode Early

How’s this for an arresting offer: You can watch the Season 2 premiere of American Crime now — for free.

ABC has made the first episode of the Emmy-winning, Golden Globe-nominated drama’s upcoming second season available (for free!) on iTunes three weeks ahead of its Jan. 6 debut.

Season 2 of American Crime — which finds Season 1 regulars Timothy Hutton, Felicity Huffman, Lili Taylor, Elvis Nolasco, Regina King and Richard Cabral returning in new roles — delves into issues of sexual orientation and socioeconomic disparity when lurid photos of a Midwest high school basketball player make their way onto social media, triggering accusations of rape. Watch the trailer below.

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  1. spindae2 says:

    Season 1 was a masterpiece. And s2 seems like another level. Can’t wait.

  2. Sammy says:

    Ugh I hate felicity huffmans character and Regina Kings character already…but that just goes to show that just from that trailer alone it can evoke strong feelings and makes u just wanna watch more..

  3. Et al. says:

    Very excited. It’s nice to see a cable caliber show on network television.

  4. Steven says:

    I didn’t have any interest in the first season, but this story seems really interesting.

  5. wrstlgirl says:

    Season one was a borefest and I was disappointed. Season two looks much better.

  6. Scott says:

    Felicity looks so different with black hair

  7. J.B. says:

    This season looks to be much more interesting than the first one. I also can’t help but notice that this bares a very similar resemblance to a real life crime that happened in my state a couple years ago but with certain elements and details changed.

  8. Joey says:

    The more screentime that Lili Taylor gets, the happier I am.