‘Only Murders in the Building’: Selena Gomez is suspected of murder in new clip for season 2; Check out!

O hulu released a new clip from the 2nd season of ‘Only Murders in the Building‘, acclaimed series starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez.

Check it out, with the full trailer:

The new cycle will officially debut at the June 28th.

Enjoy watching:

Remembering that the iconic actor Nathan Lane will reprise his role as Teddy Dimas in the new episodes.

In addition to Lane, the next cycle will also bring Amy Schumer like an over-exaggerated version of herself, Dear Delevingne like Alice, a sophisticated insider of the art world that becomes involved in the latest mystery of podcasters investigated, and Shirley MacLaine as Bunny’s mother, the most recent murder of the Arconia building.

The plot follows three strangers who share an obsession with the true crime genre and who suddenly find themselves involved in a real-life crime. When a gruesome death occurs inside their exclusive Upper West Side apartment building, the trio – made up of Mabel (Selena Gomez), Charles (Steve Martin) and Oliver (Martin Short) – begins to suspect murder and uses his knowledge of true crime to investigate the case. But it doesn’t take long for the trio to realize that a killer may be living among them and that they are therefore in danger. Now, they’ll have to race to decipher the clues and discover the truth – before it’s too late.

The series was created by Martin and John Hoffman.

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