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Only Murders In The Building Season 2 trailer, WATCH

Written by Omair Alavi

Only Murders In The Building: Season 2 has a trailer available on Hulu, which you can see below.

The comedy-drama series follows up after Charles, Oliver, and Mabel are accused in the killing of Arconia Board President Bunny Folger, starring Steve Martin, Selena Gomez, and Martin Short (Jayne Houdyshell).

Despite an assault of evidence turning up in their apartments, the trio is seeking to clear their names through their true crime podcast, as revealed in the video.

Cara Delevingne will play new character Alice, described in Vanity Fair as Mabel’s love interest who puts her “in touch with a side of herself she’s been somewhat neglecting since the show began”.

Amy Schumer will also feature as a fictionalised version of herself, along with Shirley MacLaine as Bunny’s mother and Michael Rapaport as Bunny’s father (Atypical).

Season two of Only Murders In The Building will release on Hulu in the United States on June 28. The show will be available on Disney+ in the United Kingdom.

Speaking to Deadline about the new cast members in season two, Short said: “Before Christmas, [I shot scenes with] Shirley MacLaine and Amy Schumer. The quality of actors that this show is attracting makes it endlessly fun to go to work.”

The critically praised first season was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, while Martin and Short were nominated for Best Actor In A Television Series.

Gomez and Martin performed on Saturday Night Live earlier this month in a segment about the inventor of the whoopie cushion.

Omair Alavi – BOL News

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