Season 2 of “Only Murders in the Building” ends next Tuesday (23) bringing to light the truth behind the shocking death of Arconia’s chairman, Bunny Folger.
During the course of the episodes, the audience followed Charles (Steve Martin), Oliver (Martin Short) and Mabel (Selena Gomez) working frantically to unmask the killer.
However, three complications emerge: the trio becomes publicly involved in Bunny’s murder; they end up becoming the main subject of a competing podcast; and they still have to deal with a group of New York neighbors who think they are the killers.
While the last episode doesn’t arrive, how about checking out the public’s theories for the possible responsible for the murder that rocked the new season of “Only Murders in the Building”?
At the end of the ninth episode, the publisher discovered that Cinda Canning would be the mastermind behind Bunny’s crime. After all, the character played by Tina Fey is one of those people who does everything for audience and so that Charles, Mabel and Oliver get along badly.
Cindy’s assistant has already shown to know many secrets from her boss and, despite some ups and downs, remains faithful to her and all her plans. At the end of the penultimate episode, we also learn that Poppy is actually Becky Butler, a person who was in theory murdered and made the main character of Cindy’s hit podcast. Had Canning, with the help of his assistant, engineered an entire crime?
We already know that the “guy with glitter” is Detective Kreps, who starts by narrating the penultimate episode by explaining to the audience that he does certain “ odd jobs” to earn extra money (until he steals certain evidence from the crime scene). It is also revealed that he has fallen in love with Cindy, who we already know is smart enough to manipulate people to get what she wants.
Did the trio engineer the entire plan to kill Bunny? Did the real killer get any more help? All that’s left for the public to do is wait for the big season finale to find out what really happened that night.
The latest episode of “Only Murders in the Building” arrives on Star+ next Tuesday (23). Both seasons are available exclusively on the platform.
ABOUT “ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING”
In “Only Murders in the Building”, Charles-Haden Savage (Steve Martin), a former television star; Oliver Putnam (Martin Short), a bankrupt director; and Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez), a very, very mysterious girl, end up getting close because of a common interest: addiction to podcasts of real crimes.
Coincidentally, the encounter takes place on the same night that a person commits suicide in the building they live in. Curious and instigated by the mystery, they decide to “take a peek” at the crime scene and are faced with a very suspicious scenario, which leads them to start their own investigation.
In this second season, “Following the shocking death of the Chairman of the Board of Arconia, Bunny Folger, Charles, Oliver and Mabel race to unmask their killer. Now, the subject of a competing podcast, they have to deal with a bunch of New York neighbors who think that they committed the murder”describes the synopsis.
Beside Gomez, martin, Shorts, Dear Delevingne(“Paper cities”), Amy Ryan (“Fear of Truth”), Aaron Dominguez (“Partners at War”) and Nathan Lane (“The Cage of Madness”). Shirley MacLaine (“Downtown Abbey”) and Amy Schumer (“Decompensated”) complete the cast.
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