In The Dark season 3: The CW viewers left ‘terrified’ over nail-biting cliffhanger ‘How!’

In the Dark: Trailer for ‘I Know What You Did Last Night’

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The most recent episode of In The Dark had viewers on the edge of their seats, as they watched Murphy Mason (played by Perry Mattfeld) navigate her way around a new country, being blind and on the run. The CW viewers shared their anxieties on social media.

In the Dark follows a blind young woman Murphy who finds herself in the middle of a mysterious murder investigation.

After going out for a walk with her guide dog, Murphy stumbled across the lifeless body which appeared to be her friend Tyson Parker (Thamela Mpumlwana).

But in the shocking scene, the corpse completely vanishes by the time law enforcement arrive.

With no official identification and a blind witness, Detective Dean Riley (Rich Sommer) was uninterested in solving the case, but Murphy was determined to find her friend’s murderer. 

However, with her disability, it was undoubtedly going to be a challenge.

Murphy had been completely blind since she was 14 and had recently relied on the help of her roommate Jess Damon (Brook Markham) and best friend Tyson.

After receiving strange messages from Tyson’s number, Murphy and Jess find his phone and hand it to Dean, in hopes that he would open a missing person case, but he informed them that he was a minor and would need his mother to do so.

With sex and drugs involved Murphy gets herself tied into another debacle, when money launderer Nia Bailey’s drugs go missing she sets out to kill Murphy, however in a shocking twist Jess shot her in the back and killed her.

Fast forward to season three, the ladies bury the body in the woods but were panicked after they realised Jess’s button fell off at the gravesite just as Officer Gene Clemens (Matt Murray) and Josh (Theo Bhat) were searching the area.

By the end of the episode, Murphy, Jess and their friends were forced to run for their lives after they were tracked down.

In the shocking end to episode one season three, Jess had been knocked out by someone chasing her and her body was dragged away.

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However most shocking of all was the recent episode titled Somewhere Over The Border.

Murphy was completely alone, in another country with just her guide dog and on the run and had no knowledge if Jess’s kidnappers were after her too.

Viewers were riddled with anxiety as everyone she encountered on her journey was a potential threat.

The fans took to Twitter to express their feelings: ”Murphy is officially alone in Canada with no way of communication. No idea where her friends are. And no money. Like … I’m going to need a minute. This is hella dark.”

A second added: “When Murphy said she couldn’t be alone, she meant that because this is too much. It’s not even the blind thing.

“She’s been so codependent on people like Jess her whole life. I don’t think she can function without anyone. This is terrifying.”

While a third added: “HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO WAIT FOR NEXT WEEKS EPISODE.”

“#InTheDark is the honestly the best show on @TheCW that is not up for discussion this show never disappoints. I was stressed the entire episode,” another weighed in.

In the Dark continues Wednesdays on the CW.


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