You’ve come to the correct place if you’ve been wondering when the upcoming season could air. We will examine what viewers may anticipate from Only Murders in the Building Season 3 and why it will undoubtedly once more rank among the most talked-about programmes.
First of all, it appears like the wait for the new season won’t be very long, and the fans are eager to go back to the renowned true crime podcast trio of Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez for more mayhem! The eagerness is understandable now that it has been confirmed that work on the much-awaited third season has ended, but we ask that the readers wait patiently for additional information.
With so many positive developments, fans must be interested in when the upcoming chapter could be published. Sadly, as of this writing, Hulu has not set an official release date for Only Murders in the Building Season 3. So, we’ll get right to the point for your convenience. Like the first and second seasons, it is anticipated to be published around the middle to end of 2023. Fans should anticipate more information about a likely release date in the upcoming weeks now that production has concluded.
We advise viewers to revisit the first two seasons to catch up on the drama and tension till then.
In the region where it is available, the series is only accessible on Disney+, Hotstar (for Indian viewers), and Hulu (for viewers outside of India). The viewers may choose a membership plan that suits their needs and allows them to watch new episodes free of charge wherever they are when they are broadcast. No matter the precise release date, which is now just pure speculation, Only Murders in the Building Season 3 will undoubtedly be eagerly awaited by fans of the programme!
Everything has been kept under wraps, even the specific plotlines! However, when asked in an interview how Season 3 would be different with the new murder taking place outside of the Arconia, series co-creator John Hoffman simply said, “That’s a great question. I’m eager to provide you with the responses. He included the following as well:
“The events on stage take place after we time jump one year, which is exciting for the show because it’s a little bit of a fun reset. We view Season 1 and Season 2 as sister seasons, so for the characters, it feels like they have some breathing room and we can catch up to them and learn what’s been happening in that year. To then be thrown into a new mix like this with a new group of people around the theater and the production of Oliver’s Dream show and all of that. It’s starting to feel very exciting for a season to go towards,” he said.
“But more than that, the tease there that is teed up between Charles and Ben is what we’re going to reveal in Season 3,” he continued. “There are very sort of pointed things that Charles is saying to Ben. It’s clear that there’s huge tension between these two actors for their Broadway opening and the source of that will be revealed in Season 3. There are things being said by Charles like, ‘I know what you did,’ and ‘Stay away from her.’ All of that is a tee-up to where we’re going next season. If there’s one thing to hold onto here is ‘her identity.’”
In order to get Bunny’s killer to confess, the trio hosts a killer reveal party in the final episode of the second season. This is another story point that is anticipated to be continued in the third season. After failing with Cinda, Mabel accuses Alice of killing Charles, which looks to be the case when Alice stabs him in the stomach. Becky becomes enraged when Cinda congratulates Mabel on cracking the case, to the point that she unintentionally spills information that only the murderer would know.