Only Murders in the Building: Everything We Know About Hulu’s Murder Mystery SeriesJune 24, 2021
Hulu’s exciting new original murder mystery series, Only Murders in the Building, appears as thrilling in its synopsis as it does cut and dry in its humor—and amid all the dramedy and suspense, it also reflects an arguably universal question: How well do you know your neighbors?
Starring Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short, the show sees three unlikely New York strangers who reside in the same Upper West Side building—Mabel, Charles, and Oliver—crossing paths from a shared passion for true crime. Once a real-life murder takes place in their building, they find themselves collectively entangled in the investigation, unraveling a series of clues and unsettling secrets about their building’s past, all of which point to a potential murder suspect who lives closely among them. Together, they scramble to crack the case before their own lives are put in jeopardy.
The series will be released on Hulu on August 31. Until then, you can read on for everything else we know so far about the thrilling new show.
The television series will be Selena Gomez’s first since Disney Channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place.
Despite starring in numerous films since her break from Disney, including Monte Carlo and The Fundamentals of Caring, Gomez has yet to star in a full television series since her days as Alex Russo on Wizards of Waverly Place (although, she did start her own HBO Max cooking show, Selena + Chef, last year).
In September, Gomez expressed her excitement for her new project. “I also think [the series is] going to bring a lot of joy to people,” she shared with Variety. “I was on a Zoom with Steve and Marty, and I’m like, ‘I’m not going to get any work done because they are just so quick in their back-and-forth.'”
Steve Martin’s set photos look exciting, and are possibly connotative.
Martin has been active on Twitter throughout the project, sharing real-time updates and set photos with fans and followers, much of which occurred amid the pandemic.
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