LUIS CONTINUES HIS JOURNEY IN SEARCH OF HIS MISSING SON, AS COY STRUGGLES TO ADAPT TO HIS NEW LIFE ON THE FARM; AND KIMARA NAVIGATES AN INSUFFICIENT SUPPORT NETWORK, AS SHE WORKS TO TURN SHAE AGAINST HER FORMER PIMP, ON ABC'S 'AMERICAN CRIME'
While Luis finds himself sinking further into servitude on the farm, Isaac tries to protect Coy from abusive conditions in the fields. Meanwhile, Jeanette begins to wonder if her family is down-playing a trailer fire, which killed a number of their undocumented workers. Kimara tries to transition Shae from being an underage victimized prostitute to sustaining herself as she tries to convince Shae to testify against her former pimp, on "American Crime" SUNDAY, MARCH 19 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network.
"American Crime" stars Regina King as Kimara Walters, Felicity Huffman as Jeanette Hesby, Connor Jessup as Coy Henson, Richard Cabral as Isaac Castillo and Benito Martinez as Luis Salazar.
Guest starring are Sandra Oh as Abby Tanaka, Cherry Jones as Laurie Ann Hesby, Tim DeKay as JD Hesby, Dallas Roberts as Carson Hesby, Ana Mulvoy Ten as Shae Reese, Sean Blakemore as Reggie Pollard, Lombardo Boyar as Rodrigo, S. Zylan Brooks as ADA Amanda McKay and Nina Siemanszko as Laura.
"Season Three: Episode Two" was written by John Ridley and was directed by Julie Hébert.
"American Crime" is created and executive produced by Oscar-winner John Ridley ("12 Years a Slave"). Michael J. McDonald and Julie Hébert also serve as executive producers. "American Crime" is produced by ABC Studios.