Only Murders in the Building Season 4 – Release Date On Disney+

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If it's a brilliantly funny mystery comedy that you're after then you could do a whole lot worse than tuning into Only Murders in the Building season 1, 2 & 3.

Created by John Hoffman and Steve Martin, Only Murders in the Building is a clever whodunnit about three strangers who start a true crime podcast as they investigate murders in their building on the Upper West Side of New York.

With an incredible ensemble cast that includes Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez, the first two seasons were a massive hit for Hulu and Disney+.

All three lead actors have been nominated for Golden Globe awards with Selena Gomez and Martin Short winning Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards for Best Actress and Best Actor in a Streaming Series, Comedy.

A Hulu Original show, fans have already been treated to three seasons so far. Now, the big question is – Only Murders in the Building season 4 – when is it coming to Disney+?

Only Murders in the Building Season 4 Release Date

There's great news for of Charles, Oliver and Mabel. No sooner had the final episode of season 3 dropped and out favourite trio made the announcement that they would be back for Only Murders in the Building season 4.

Yes, that's right, there's another mystery to be solved and as always we already know who has been killed.

Celebrating their well deserved Broadway success, the cast and crew of Death Rattle The Musical where throwing a party when Sazz Pataki (Jane Lynch), Charles' stunt double showed up to join in.

Dressed exactly like him (as usual), she headed to his apartment to get a bottle of wine only to be shot, sniper style.

Was she the target or was this a serious case of mistaken identity? No doubt we'll find out when the hit Disney+ show returns for season 4 in August 2024.

We also have some great news regarding a brand new cast member. Eva Longoria has joined the show and even though her storyline is being kept very hush hush, we do know that she will play an important role in the season's investigation.

Only Murders in the Building Recap

The first season of Only Murders in the Building introduces us to Charles, a retired actor who used to play a famous tv detective, Oliver, a Broadway director who has fallen on hard times and Mabel, a quiet young woman renovating her grandmother's apartment.

When a resident is murdered in the building the neighbours are determined to solve the mystery and record the investigation on a podcast.

Unbeknownst to them, as they solve the first mystery, they are about to be set them up for a second murder.

That becomes the central plot for the second season as, once again, the trio attempt to solve the mystery of who killed Bunny Folger.

Over ten episodes, the killer is finally revealed. A year later the friends are all in the theatre watching Charles on stage with Paul Rudd, when Rudd seemingly drops dead. With the spotlight firmly stuck on Charles, it's time to solve another crime.

The third season picked up on that fateful night when Ben Glenroy (Rudd) died on stage, only he didn't. He survived but just long enough to actually be murder in the apartment building.

With a little friction between Charles, Oliver and Mabel which eventually got sorted out, the full picture of how and why Ben Glenroy was murdered finally became clear.

And that leads us to the death of Sazz Pataki and more importantly, why anyone would want to kill her!

Where To Watch Only Murders in the Building?

Given that this is an American comedy, where you can watch it around the world depends on what streaming platforms are available.

In the US, the show airs on HULU where it set a record for the most-watched comedy premiere in the network's history.

For everybody else around the world, the show is available on Disney+, as long as that streaming service is available in your country.

If you're not already a Disney+ subscriber, now is the perfect time to sign up.

In addition to Only Murders in the Building, Disney+ has an impressive lineup of original content, including shows like Abbott Elementary, all of the Marvel movies and family favourites from Disney and Pixar.

And if you want to watch more shows like Only Murders in the Building, click here for an amazing list of choices to keep the fun going.

Who Killed Bunny In Only Murders in the Building Season 2?

This was the central mystery of season 2 and it followed the investigation into the murder of Bunny Folger, the unlikeable resident of the building.

Plenty of suspects were in the frame but in the season finale it was revealed that Poppy has killed Bunny.

Poppy (Adina Verson), whose real name was actually Becky Butler, killed Bunny in a scheme with Detective Kreps (Michael Rapaport).

The plan was for Poppy to get her own podcast and Kreps to solve a big case, which would lead to his promotion. On the night she killed Bunny, Poppy texted Mabel, Charles, and Oliver to get out of the building. She didn't try to frame them for the murder.

Her motive was driven by a desire for recognition and success in her career. When she heard Cinda compliment Mabel for solving the case and suggest that Mabel could have her own podcast, Poppy broke down. She admitted that she just wanted to make a good podcast and desperately wanted Cinda to notice her.

Who Killed Ben Glenroy/Paul Rudd In Only Murders in the Building Season 3?

This was the central mystery of season 3 and it followed the investigation into the murder of Ben Glenroy, a famous actor who had agreed to star in Oliver's Broadway play.

Plenty of people were in the frame given that he wasn't killed once but TWICE!

And in the season finale it was revealed that Donna DeMeo, the Broadway producer who funded Oliver's return to Broadway had first tried ot kill him by poisoning a cookie he ate.

When that didn't work, and her son Cliff realised that Ben had figured out what happened, the two argued and Glenroy fell to his death in the elevator shaft.

So technically both Donna and Cliff, without each other knowing, tried to and then killed Ben Glenroy.

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