Paul Rudd will now officially join the ensemble cast of the well-liked online series for its third season after making a surprise appearance in the season 2 finale of the Hulu original series “Only Murders in the Building.” Some of the biggest names in the business are already involved in the programme, including Martin Short, Steve Martin, and Selena Gomez. It will now be a pleasure for the show’s viewers with Rudd in the mix.
So, in this piece, we’ll go over all we know about Only Murders in the Building’s upcoming season. We will also make use of show-related incidents and anecdotes. Therefore, we would like to warn you that there are spoilers ahead if you haven’t previously watched it.
Let’s look at how Paul Rudd’s character Ben Glenroy first met the show’s murder-mystery-solving band, which also includes Charles (Steve Martin), Oliver (Martin Short), and Mabel, before we get into the specifics of the upcoming season of the wildly popular mystery-comedy series (Selena Gomez). We will also discover how Rudd’s character is anticipated to affect Only Murders in the Building season 3’s storyline.
Only Murders in the Building’s contribution by Paul Rudd
In the final episode of the second season of the Emmy-nominated series, titled “I Know Who Did It,” which recently aired on Hulu, Paul Rudd made his debut. In the epilogue of the season 2 finale, Mabel, Charles, and Oliver, played by Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short, were given a new mystery to solve in addition to learning who killed Bunny Folger. The show’s official trailer is available to view right below.
Despite having only a small amount of screen time in the climactic episode, Paul Rudd mysteriously passed away in the closing scene while performing for an Oliver-produced Broadway production. Since Mabel, Charles, and Oliver are expected to solve the mystery surrounding Glenroy’s death, the episode effectively established the premise for the future season.
Paul Rudd will appear in Season 3 of OMITB.
Since Paul Rudd’s character was first introduced in the season two finale of OMITB, there have been rumours about whether or not he will return for the third season. The showrunner of Only Murders in the Building, John Hoffman, just told Variety that Paul will indeed make an appearance in the future season, much to the joy of all fans. Although it is uncertain whether he will show up on recurring episodes or as a guest,
Paul Rudd, who appeared as Ben Glenroy at the end of Season 2, is a character who we obviously want to learn more about and see in our upcoming Season 3 since he is a clear source of many upcoming questions and, as always with our show, many twists yet to come, Hoffman said Variety.
Paul Rudd, who played Ant-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, may therefore be one of the main protagonists in Only Murders in the Building, one of Hulu’s most well-liked series. Rudd’s inclusion in the cast also brings Selena Gomez and him back together after they collaborated on the 2016 Netflix movie “The Fundamentals of Caring.” Additionally, it would be fascinating to watch Rudd on television alongside giants like Martin Short and Steve Martin.
OMITB Season 3 could arrive at any time.
Unfortunately, at the time this article was being written, the third season premiere date of Only Murders in the Building was still a mystery. The first season of the show debuted on Hulu in August of last year, with the second season following in late June. Therefore, we anticipate the producers to stick to their planned schedule and release the third version in the summer of 2023.
“Only Murders in the Building is our slate’s actual gem. The work of Dan, John, Steve, Marty, and Selena is characterised and attested to by its appeal across generations, the meeting of humour and heart, and truly original approach “Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment president Craig Erwich made a statement. The ability to keep sharing the stories of Charles, Oliver, and Mabel to fans who have repeatedly shown us they want more of this story makes us glad.
So, if you’re looking for a quick yet engaging weekend binge, we suggest Only Murders in the Building’s first two seasons on Hulu or Disney+. The first season’s teaser may be seen just below.
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