Throughout the Only Murders in the Building break, are you honing your crime-solving techniques? If you genuinely have time, you could read some of Agatha Christie’s best works, or if there are crazy artists living there, you could move in and see what happens.
As we assemble all the information about Season 3 of Hulu’s popular mystery series, in which Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short play three true crime enthusiasts who podcast their way through their building’s biggest scandals, you could also bookmark this page and check back sometimes.
Let’s look at all we currently know about Only Murders in the Building Season 3 as you put on your dips and start listening to your favorite podcast.
Only Murders in the Building Season 3 Release Date
Season 3 will certainly debut in 2023, Disney, the company that owns Hulu, said in December 2022. As the rollout schedule for the two prior seasons was relatively consistent, we never had any reason to have any doubts about that, but it’s always lovely to hear that it won’t be too long.
In July 2022, midway through Season 2, Hulu approved Season 3. Season 1 aired from August to October 2021, while Season 2 followed less than a year later, from June to August 2022, with brand-new weekly episodes.
We might be back investigating crimes at the Arconia in the summer of 2023 if things continue progressing at this rate.
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The newest celebrity to join in the fun of Only Murders is Ashley Park (Emily in Paris). In Season 3 of Only Murders in the Building, Park will play a recurring role as Kimber, a “Broadway ingenue,” according to a report from Deadline on February 23.
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