The show originated in the United States Of America and premiered on Hulu on August 31, 2020, and had 10 episodes. The show received a lot of positive reviews from the audience as well as critics. They gave positive comments on the performance of Martin, Short, and Selena Gomez. Alan Sepinwall, while reviewing the series for Rolling Stone, gave four and a half ratings out of 5 and compared it with The Princess Bride, Galaxy Quest, and Jane the Virgin. Kristen Baldwin, when asked about the series, told that it delivers an above-average laugh, a clever mystery, a starry cast and is hilarious and insightful although it missed an opportunity to be something very special. The show only has one season, fans are waiting for Only Murders In The Building season 2, and we will share everything with you regarding your favorite show.
Only Murders In The Building Season 2 Release Date
Fans would be excited to know that the show has already been renewed for a second season. However, there is no information available about the exact release date of Only Murders In The Building Season 2. Our best guess of the release date is around the summer of the year 2022.
Only Murders In The Building Season 2 Cast
The main character of the cast includes Steve Martin as Charles Haden Saavage, a former actor and lives in Arconia. He played a role of a very famous detective before his retirement. Selena Gomez played Mable Mora who lives in an unfinished apartment in the Arconia. She claims the apartment to be renovating for her aunt. Amy Ryan was seen as Jan, a bassoonist in Arconia. Aaron Dominguez played the role of Oscar. He was a mutual friend of Mabel and Tim and was accused of the murder of his friend Zoe. Martin Short portrayed the character of Oliver Putnam. He came up with the idea of a podcast and then becomes the director. He also lives in Arconia.
The recurring cast of the show includes Julian Cihi, Vanessa Aspillaga, James Caverly, and many more. The guest stars of the show include Sting, Jimmy Fallon, Roy Wood, Jane Lynch, Tina Fey, Adriane Lenox, Maulik Pancholy, and Da’Vine Joy Randolph.
Only Murders In The Building Season 2 Story
Created by Steve Martin and Joh Hoffman, this mystery- comedy television series tells the story of Charles Haden Savage who is a former actor. Oliver Putnam, the director, and Mable Mora and Charles met in an elevator by coincidence. They talked about a crime podcast and became fond of each other and learned that Tim was found dead and the police think this as a suicide but these three starts investigating as they think this as a murder. They found many pieces of evidence too. Charles and Oliver wanted to learn about Tim more and then these three attended his memorial service. Tim was not known in his neighborhood and had many cases filed against him.
Mable recorded a video in which she revealed that she knew Tim from her childhood. They have two other friends called Zoe and Oscar and 10 years ago, they both attended a new year’s party. Zoe was found dead. Tim has informed her that he had seen someone fighting with Zoe but was not able to see his face. The trio thinks that Howard is the main suspect and starts questioning him. Tie-Dye Guy follows Mable but he turns out to be Oscar. He was recently released from prison to a suspect of Zoe’s murder. Mable confesses in front of Charles and Oliver that she knew Tim. Oscar confesses that he is the tie-dye guy but he had not killed Zoe.
Oscar and Mable are romantically interested in each other and Mable’s mom doesn’t want her to be involved in a murder case but she didn’t listen. Charles received a cheque from the angel account which Tim has been dealing in for jewelry. The last two episodes are scheduled to be premiered on October 12 and 19 respectively.
Only Murders In The Building Season 2 Trailer
There is no trailer for the second season yet. We expect it to release somewhere around the summer of 2022, closer to the release date of the show. However, you can watch the trailer of season 1 by clicking on the link given above and the show on Disney Plus Hotstar in the meantime.