‘Dare Me’: The Season’s Big Reveal Underlines How This Drama Is More Than a Typical Crime Story

‘Dare Me’: The Season’s Big Reveal Underlines How This Drama Is More Than a Typical Crime Story
[Editor’s Note: The following interview contains spoilers for “Dare Me” Episode 7, “Scorched Earth.”]

Whether you read the book or just tuned in for the series, there’s a pervasive sense of dread that runs through “Dare Me.” In the opening episodes, there’s a cloud of sorts that hangs over the lives of the central trio of women at the heart of the USA series, even if it’s one that’s never fully articulated.

Well, at the close of Episode 7, the audience finally gets to see the seismic event that’s been hinted at in ways both subtle and overt. After slowly working into the lives of both Addy Hanlon (Herizen Guardiola) and her cheer coach Colette French (Willa Fitzgerald) — much to the objections of Addy’s best friend Beth (Marlo Kelly) — military recruiter Will Mosley (Zach Roerig) is found dead of a gunshot wound.

Though, in some ways this is a culmination of the anxiety that
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