After only wrapping up its second season on Hulu, the murder mystery series Only Murders in the Building already has fans anticipating its third.
The season three finale from August 23 revealed that Becky Butler was responsible for the killing of Bunny Folger and then skipped ahead a year to meet Ben Glenroy, played by Paul Rudd, who was killed when the curtain went up on Oliver’s play.
There are still many mysteries to be explained, such as what Mabel has been up to ever since Bunny’s murder was solved. If Charles and Ben had been on the same page, why would they have been at odds? The mystery of his co-murder stars continues. For inside information on the show’s potential return, we spoke to co-creator John Hoffman.
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TVLINE | This is the first murder that takes place outside the Arconia. Moving forward, can we assume murders need only take place in a building, not the building?
Absolutely, you can make that assumption. In my opinion, that is the most important thing to ask.
TVLINE | Before the curtain rises, Charles warns Ben to “stay away from her.” Is the “her” that he’s referring to a character we’ve already met?
Oh, how I wish I could tell you! That’s something I’d love to share with you. However, I enjoy that the audience is left wondering about that between Seasons 2 and 3. Let me simply say that we had to ask ourselves that same question and then provide a very clear answer.
TVLINE | At the play, we see Mabel seated with Oliver, Lucy, and Joy — but not Alice. Should we read into Cara Delevingne’s absence in that scene?
Only a little bit. In that spot, we skip ahead in time by a whole year, effectively starting over. When there isn’t a murder to solve, we’ll make the viewers play catch-up and wonder what’s been going on with everyone. Mabel’s voyage is perhaps the most unexpected, given that Charles and Oliver have been performing the play, but each character will have had their own unique experience over the course of the year. The world she once knew has changed.
Not many people make me want to remark “Oh, they’ve moved on.” Even when people do terrible things to each other, like Jan or Teddy Dimas, there are always characters like them who will come back around. The story, however, must take precedence. Which relationships continue and which characters appear in Season 3 are thus entirely dependent on our hopes for Mabel’s future. The ending of Alice’s narrative was satisfying, and she and Mabel were able to begin mending their friendship. The chummy vibe is great. But I don’t think a romantic relationship is in the cards for us.
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