Only Murders in the Building Season 2: The Trio Hiding Evidence and Proving Their Innocence

It's Manhattan's most fashionable murder-mystery set. It's up to Mabel (Selena Gomez) to solve a murder mystery with the help of Charles (Steve Martin) and Oliver (Martin Short). There is a homicide that prompts a podcast about the investigation of the building's killings.

Between breathtaking vistas of New York's Upper West Side, the Arconia building itself is hauntingly identical to famous haunts including The Dakota and The Belnord, and an unusual comedy trio (who knew that Gomez, Martin, and Short had such amazing chemistry), this program delivers on all fronts.

The show's costume will also have you dreaming of a snowy Christmas, with the best of winter couture on display. Flights to New York are already booked between And Just Like That… and this series.

So, in anticipation of the upcoming second season of Only Murders In The Building, we've compiled all the details you'll need to know.

Check out the trailer for Only Murders in the Building Season 2 below!

What Is Season 2 of ‘only Murders in the Building’ About?

Since binge-watching the first season of Only Murders In The Building, we've been feverishly attempting to figure out the second season's plot.
Since the trio was able to solve the murder of Tim Keno, we are confident that they will be able to figure out what happened to Bunny as well.
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Cinda Canning's podcast, on the other hand, seems doomed. Charles and Oliver received a weird text message from whom? The relationship between Mabel and Oscar is in jeopardy. There are so many unanswered questions in this situation.
For all we know, Season 2 of Arcadia will explain more about the Arconia's history, according to the show's creator John Hoffmann.
A new love interest for Selena Gomez, played by Cara Delevingne, was just revealed. Co-creator John Hoffman told Vanity Fair that the women's closeness helps their on-screen chemistry.
Hoffman gushed about how wonderful it was to have the two of them already be acquainted and at ease with one another. There's a certain joie de vivre about it that makes you think, “Oh! Someone is opening someone's world.”