“American Crime” Season 3 just premiered on ABC last month, but EP Michael J. McDonald is already hinting on the possibility of a Season 4 renewal.

While speaking with Deadline, the showrunner said that he already has a theme in mind for Season 4. “We have a story that we want to tell. Seeing what’s happening on FOX News, and what’s happening with Uber, you’re seeing the role that women play in the workforce,” he said. Although did not directly state the main focus for Season 4, the publication noted that McDonald could be talking about sexual harassment.

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“American Crime” cast member Felicity Huffman, on the other hand, hinted on the possibility of the hit ABC TV series being axed after only three seasons. While at the Contenders Emmy event on Sunday, the “Desperate Housewives” alum expressed her gratitude for being cast on the show.

“Unfortunately with broadcast television it’s very hard to get an audience – our audience may not be there right now. If there isn’t a Season 4, I’m so honored that this is our last season. I think ABC has changed the face of network TV and what network TV can do. They are beyond what cable can do. Sometimes those things have a short shelf life, but the ripple effect is great,” she said.

Meanwhile, the fifth episode of “American Crime” Season 3 aired on Sunday night, and it partly focused on Huffman’s character, Jeanette Hesby. After 24 years of being married to Carson (Dallas Roberts), Jeanette realizes that she’s had enough. But when she tries to check in at a hotel, she discovers that she cannot use any money because Carson is the one controlling it. The estranged couple shares a scene where Carson appears to be saddened by Jeanette’s desire to leave him. But he also throws some money on the table to insult her. Huffman’s character ends up staying at her sister’s home.

“American Crime” Season 3 airs Sundays at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.