Only Murders in the Building season 2: Did Steve Martin plan for it?

Only Murders in the BuildingThere’s no denying that we’re endlessly excited to see Only Murders in the Building season 2 when it arrives on Hulu later this month. It’s also interesting idea given that originally, star/executive producer Steve Martin wasn’t even thinking about it.

Was the show originally meant to be a limited series? We’re not even sure there’s a specific label on it. This was just meant to be a show with a compelling story and eventually, it evolved to the place we’re now at.

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Speaking in a new interview with Deadline, Martin made the following clear when it comes to whether he was contemplating a second season in the early going:

Well, you know, I’m very new to the television business, so I hadn’t even really thought about that. I didn’t even pitch myself in it. I just had an idea that I thought would be for different, older actors…

Now, we’re at a spot where season 2 is one of the most-anticipated shows of the year. It’s also worth noting that there will continue to be great guest stars coming on board, which shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone out there. When you have iconic actors and a big-name star in Selena Gomez in your cast, it is bound to generate a lot of attention. What’s pretty fun about the show from this point of view is that really, every person on this show gets a new audience. Steve Martin and Martin Short’s comedy gets seen by a younger generation; meanwhile, older viewers have a chance to see Selena in a way that they haven’t before.

To get a few more details about season 2 and what could be coming, be sure to visit the link here.

How many seasons do you think Only Murders in the Building could run for?

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