American Crime: Timothy Hutton, Felicity Huffman Reveal New Roles

American Crime Season 2

That’s Coach Hutton, to you.

On the heels of his Emmy nomination for American Crime‘s first season, Timothy Hutton and his co-star Felicity Huffman have revealed a bit more about their roles in Season 2 of the ABC anthology drama.

Confirming what TVLine exclusively revealed in June, our sister site Variety reports that Season 2 will take place in the Midwest, where an incident at an elite prep school will spark conversations of sexual identity and disparity in the school systems.

“I haven’t read anything yet, but I know that the story is going to involve an incident that happens involving students at a high school and a private high school in the same town,” Hutton tells Variety. “I’m going to be playing the basketball coach at the private school.”

Adds Huffman, who will play the prep school’s headmistress: “We work at the same place, and an incident happens that we both have to put our full attention into. I’m not sure what the dynamic of that relationship is yet. I’m excited to find out more.”

As previously reported, Regina KingRichard Cabral, Elvis Nolasco and Lili Taylor — all of whom appeared in American Crime‘s first season — will return for its sophomore run.