The third season finale of “In the Dark” aired on Oct. 6, 2021, signalling that it’s time to start planning the fourth season. Fortunately, fans know that the show will be renewed for a fourth season, as The CW announced the renewal on February 3rd (via Decider).
That implies there will be more dark crime drama starring Murphy (Perry Mattfeld) and her crew. Yes, this jaded 20-year-old has a lot on her plate, including solving a murder… as well as money laundering, blackmailing, seeking for a missing person, breaking and entering, and learning about the criminal underworld. Murphy became a wanted criminal in the end.
In the Dark Season 4 Trailer (HD) CW Release Date
Since its inception, the show has progressed substantially, with plenty of plot twists and mayhem fueling the action. If you’re a fan who can’t wait to watch what happens to Murphy in the future season, you should be prepared. And now that the third season of this unappreciated series is available on Netflix, you might want to catch up. 4th Season: This is what we know so far.
Season 4 is on its way, but we have no clue when it will be released.
The CW has announced the fourth season of “In the Dark,” which will premiere in September 2021 and run until the summer of 2022. The three seasons of the show, each with 13 episodes, aired around a year apart.
The show aired on April 4, 2019, with the second season following on April 16, 2020, and the third season coming on June 23, 2021, after a brief, most likely COVID-19-related break, according to IMDb. If everything goes according to plan — and given that it’s already been renewed, there’s little reason to doubt it — the show will launch in late spring or early summer 2022.
Fans will have plenty of time to binge-watch the show’s three seasons on Netflix. We don’t yet know what Season 4’s plot will be — future episodes may show a rehabilitated Murphy, but what fun would that be? “In the Dark” is known for keeping fans guessing, so expect plenty of surprises next season, no matter what topics the show chooses to tackle.