'Home Alone' Season 3

‘Home Alone’ Season 3

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Warning: This article contains spoilers for Murder in Construction 2 only.

Considering all the crime novels and crime dramas out there, you’d think that audiences would be bored of murder mysteries. But if anything, Home Alone proves that we love a good whodunit. Hulu’s horror series is in its second season, and just like Season 1, the show has the drama, drama and drama to make it one of the best shows to binge.

Starring Martin Short, Steve Martin, and Selena Gomez, this film is meta in its play on a crime podcast and the thinkers who think they too can solve murders. Except in the case of sole proprietors of Murders, they can close the case, especially because the murder took place in their home. At the end of season 1 (the robber), the three discover that the murderer is none other than the girlfriend of Charles (Martin) Jan, a bassoon player who likes to kill his boyfriends.

The second season begins right after the first, with the house manager, Bunny, killed right after the team celebrates Jan’s arrest. Like season 1, there are many unanswered questions (How did Bunny get into Mabel’s house? How is Charles’ father’s precious painting connected to her death?) and these few stars celebrities (Cara Delevigne, Amy Schumer) are rocking the top. Only Murders knows its power from the first season, and manages to stick with it and make another successful mystery.

It turns out (MAJOR spoiler alert) the real killer of all time is Cinda’s assistant, Poppy. Her real name is Becky, and she’s the missing woman on Cinda’s hit podcast “All’s Wrong in Oklahoma.” Poppy wants to escape her past life, while also giving her favorite podcast hosts a job promotion. Bunny’s murder, on the other hand, is a way for Poppy to improve her own career, get a famous painting, give her cop boyfriend (Detective Kreps), and finally, bring down the only three Murders she loves . Luckily for us, none of it came to fruition, and we have another season of crime-solving for our favorite Arconia residents.

So what about Season 3? Once Season 2 wraps up, when can we expect more from the residents of Arconia? Well, we’ve got your answer below.


Just Murder in the House Renewed for Season 3?

Yes! According to Variety, only Murder in the House has been renewed for season 3. The show got another green light just one week into its second season, which means the show has been Another exciting success for Hulu.

When is the only murder to be killed during the House 3 Premiere?

We don’t have an official date yet, as the show is still airing its second season. But, if the first two seasons are any indication, we can expect season 3 to drop on Hulu in the summer of 2023.

We can also expect to have ten episodes of the new season, like Season 1 and 2.

Who will be the only person to kill during House 3?

Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez can be expected to reprise their roles for Season 3, along with many other characters in Arconia. And after the season 2 finale, Vulture reports Paul Rudd will appear in Season 3! Ant-Man himself!

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Rudd appeared briefly in the Season 2 finale, where we see a year jump after Becky’s arrest. Now Oliver is directing the Broadway production of Charles with another actor named Ben (played by Rudd). As Ben runs, Charles speaks badly to him, the curtain rises, and … Ben falls, blood coming out of his mouth. So we’re going to see a lot of backlash with Rudd as the three explain everything leading up to the star’s finale.

Check out the teaser for Season 3 of Home Alone below:

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Milan Polk is an assistant editor for Men’s Health who specializes in entertainment and lifestyle reporting, and has worked for New York Magazine’s Vulture and the Chicago Tribune.


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