More Murder, More Mystery: ‘Only Murders in the Building’ Renewed by Hulu for Season 4

They're on the case...again

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Grab your true-crime podcast buddy because Only Murders in the Building has just been renewed for a fourth season.

It’s only been hours since the season three finale hit Hulu, but the streaming service didn’t waste any time in announcing that the popular comedy series will be returning with a new installment.

Earlier this morning, the news was shared on the official OMITB Instagram account. In a photo, our fave podcast trio—Charles (Steve Martin), Oliver (Martin Short) and Mabel (Selena Gomez)—are dressed to the nines while standing in front of a large text banner that reads, “Only Murders in the Building Season 4.”

Only Murders in the Building is coming back for Season 4!” the caption reads. “Let the investigating begin... [three detective emojis] #OMITB.”

According to Deadline, the season three premiere of Only Murders in the Building had the most viewers of any scripted Hulu Original released in 2023. Longtime fans were also treated to a season filled with big-name guest stars, such as Meryl Streep, Paul Rudd and Jesse Williams.

Only Murders in the Building centers around three true-crime podcast lovers who investigate murders in their apartment complex. In the third season, the lead actor in Oliver’s stage production suddenly turns up dead, and the gang comes together to solve another murder mystery.

Guess it’s time to put on our detective hat one more time.

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