Lifestyle - August 24, 2022

Only Murders in The Building 2: the finale opens up about an upcoming third season

The final episode of the second season of “Only Murders in the Building” finally solved the riddle about Bunny’s murder but, as per the script, left us with a new mystery for the show’s third season-yet we don’t have a release date-but the confirmation is here. After witnessing a masterful season finale with the game of culprits and presumed culprits revealed with related twists and turns, we can only wonder, what will happen next? And the second part of the episode answers us.

At the end of the episode, Oliver (Martin Short) is asked to direct a new Broadway musical. He accepts and the story jumps forward a year to opening night. Oliver tries to placate his star, Ben Glenroy, played by Paul Rudd. Ben is very angry and asks Oliver if the person has apologized yet. Oliver takes no position, but tells him to use his anger for his performance. We find out a little later that Ben was referring to Charles (Steve Martin). The two, both wearing matching detective costumes, scuffle on stage. Charles warns Ben, “Be smart. Stay away from her,” and then says ominously, “I know what you did.”

In the audience, Oliver, Mabel (Selena Gomez), Lucy (Zoe Colletti) and Joy (Andrea Martin) witness soon after the curtain opens, Ben’s (real) death on stage, presumably from poisoning. And so the third season of OMITB exits the Arconia and moves the crime scene onstage. Who killed Ben Glenroy?


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