On Hulu, people can catch a new series called Only Murders in the Building.
They likely will recognize some of the actors in the cast list. One of the stars is Selena Gomez, who was excited to be in the show. She recalled her time on set being stressful due to safety protocols.
Still, she probably was glad to finish and show the trailer to her fans on social media. People fell in love with the series and are glad for another season. Some of them even like the idea of a musical episode.
What is season 1 about?
Only Murders in the Building mixes murder mystery with comedy.
A few of the stars of the series are Martin Short, Gomez, and Steve Martin. People can find the show on Hulu, and there is only one season out so far.
The season will consist of 10 episodes.
The story centers around three people living in the same apartment building in New York City. However, they do not know each other.
The main characters include Charles-Haden Savage, Oliver Putnam, and Mabel Mora.
They discover that they share a love for true crime stories.
Soon enough, the characters find themselves in a murder mystery when a person kills a neighbor.
The three of them try to find the answer despite the fact the police ruled the incident as a suicide.
They even begin a podcast to document their findings of the investigation.
So far, the first season released eight episodes.
The remaining two will arrive in mid-October. Still, fans can already see the chemistry between the cast members.
Viewers think there should be a musical episode
True crime stories are popular among thousands of people. Only Murders in the Building came out at the right time, and viewers love the comedic spin the show takes.
The positive reviews of the series increased fans’ hope for another season.
In fact, a tweet by Variety confirmed that Hulu renewed the show for more episodes. Many people expressed their joy at the news. Several people expressed their ideas of what the second season could have.
A quote retweet by Carrie Wittmer suggests musical elements.
“if they don’t do an episode that is just Splash! The Musical in its entirety what is the point,” Wittmer wrote. Other people commented in agreement with the sentiment and would “pay hard earned money to see that.”
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