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American Crime: Season 2 (2016)




Critic Consensus: American Crime's intense second season infuses a complicated, topical story with genuine emotion, and patiently allows its narrative arc to develop without sacrificing momentum.


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The second season of American Crime is set in the U.S. Midwest -- representative of the canvas that is America -- at two high schools, one public and one private. Issues of sexual orientation and socioeconomic disparity come to a boil when lurid photos of a high school boy, Taylor Blaine, are posted on social media following a school party. Circumstances become more complicated when Taylor accuses two players on an elite private high school's championship basketball team, Kevin LaCroix and Eric Tanner, of drugging, assaulting and then posting the pictures of him online. --(C) ABC


Felicity Huffman
as Barb Hanlon
Timothy Hutton
as Russ Skokie
Lili Taylor
as Anne Blaine
Elvis Nolasco
as Chris Dixon
Trevor Jackson
as Kevin LaCroix
Connor Jessup
as Taylor Blaine
Joey Pollari
as Eric Tanner
Angelique Rivera
as Evy Dominguez
Regina King
as Terri LaCroix
Sky Van Vliet
as Becca Sullivan
Richard Cabral
as Sebastian De La Torre
André Benjamin
as Michael LaCroix
Brent Anderson
as Curt Tanner
Hope Davis
as Steph Sullivan
Faran Tahir
as Rhys Bashir
Ty Doran
as Peter Tanner
Emily Bergl
as Lilah Tanner
Fernandez Osvaldo
as Javier Dominguez
Bryan Pitts
as Det. Ken Williams
Constance Jones
as Dr. Lewis
Ashley Wood
as Det. Fred Krasno
Stephanie Sigman
as Monica Salazar
Rey Herrera
as Dr. Esposito
Chamblee Ferguson
as Rob Silverman
Chuck Huber
as Dean Hanson
Mone't Chandler
as Val Wright
Deneen Tyler
as Det. Rollins
Rima Rajan
as Nikki Bashir
Tom Dooly
as Nicholson
Mario Ramirez
as Alejandro
Damon Carney
as Don Wheeler
Joe Nemmers
as Anderson
Kimi Nikaidoh
as Performance Dancer #3
Constance Lewis
as Dr. Lewis
Benito Martinez
as Dominic Calderon
Adriene Mishler
as Choreographer
Christina Romero
as Marie Dominguez
Byron Brown
as Sam Phelps
Michael Gardner
as Officer Simmons
Chance Hartman
as 911 Operator
Ammie Leonards
as Officer Sanders
Kate Lacey
as Desk Sergeant
James Shuffield
as Eagles Coach
Tom Dooley
as Nicholson
Michael Danburg
as Registration Officer
Sheryl Moore
as Interviewee #1
Jenny Phagan
as Abigail
Sandy Avila
as Citizen #2
Amelia Jeffries
as Ms. Murray
Andrew Sherman
as Arresting Officer #1
Paula Reed
as Interviewee #2
Kiki Leyba
as Interviewee #3
Evelyn Hurley
as Citizen #3
Kevin Kantor
as Kevin K.
Violet Huston
as Interviewee #4
Robert McCollum
as Arresting Officer #2
Trenton Rostedt
as Enraged Driver
Raj Vats
as Davis
GiGi Erneta
as Shepherd
Nadine Mozon
as LeSean's Mother
Miah Register
as Interviewee #5
Chad Cox
as Thomas
Justin Fischer
as Jake Marston
Jenna Mitchell
as Performance Dancer #1
Albert Drake
as Performance Dancer #2
Marco Perella
as Sen. Robert Butler
Lawrence Varnado
as Judge Isaacs
Jeremy Julian Grandberry
as Performance Dancer #4
Eugene Lee
as Douglas
Stephen Gregory Fuller
as Officer Wycheck
Elena Valls
as Performance Dancer #5
Timothy Amirault
as Performance Dancer #6
Nelson Thomas
as Rec Center Player #1
Tristan Ann Ferguson
as Performance Dancer #7
Henry Smith
as Opposing Fan #1
Josh Cavazos
as Opposing Fan #2
Rachael Hutto
as Performance Dancer #8
Peter Balmain
as Opposing Fan #3
Travis Cooper Prokop
as Performance Dancer #9
Gage Self
as Performance Dancer #10
Chris Zurcher
as Rec Center Player #2
Andy Noble
as Choreographer
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Critic Reviews for American Crime: Season 2

All Critics (38) | Top Critics (22)

John Ridley's American Crime is one of television's most underrated shows, and one of its most consistently engaging on an artistic level.

January 6, 2016 | Full Review…

American Crime will again remind viewers that there is no justice. There is no way to win... Whether or not you believe that is up to you, but I'd be hard-pressed to see how exemplifying the worst of society is meant to better it.

January 6, 2016 | Rating: C | Full Review…

Combined with Ridley's unblinkingly intimate cinematic style... this is uncomfortable television about uncomfortable topics. And we could use more of it.

January 6, 2016 | Rating: A | Full Review…

You're left with an unsettling feeling that even when the truth does surface the story won't be tied up with a neat little bow as it would be in so many other crime dramas on television.

January 6, 2016 | Full Review…

American Crime returns... with a fresh story and relevant concerns probing a range of American blind spots. The topical, Emmy-nominated anthology on ABC continues to feel like an artful work of premium cable.

January 6, 2016 | Full Review…

Riveting from the first minute, with stellar, resonant performances driving a story with a high fiber content. American Crime doesn't flinch -- or preach. But it does teach in ways that send it to the head of the class of 2016.

January 6, 2016 | Rating: A | Full Review…
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