The gritty crime drama In the Dark returns tonight, and what was highly engaging television for The CW and its streaming platforms during its freshman year (followed by well-received encores on Netflix) is now genuine Must-See TV. The series, starring Perry Mattfeld as anti-hero Murphy Mason, a visually impaired vigilante of sorts, doesn’t miss a beat as season two picks up immediately following the climax of season one, when Murphy solved the murder of her friend Tyson. It was anyone’s guess where season two would go -- and no one could have predicted it would be into overdrive with some of the most compelling and well-crafted storytelling I’ve seen in years. The first eight episodes are dynamite.
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