Only Murders In The Building Grabs Season 4 Renewal In The Bag!

It's time for another mystery to solve. Only Murders In The Building is coming back for season 4!

Only Murders In The Building is only going on, and it’s not stopping anytime soon. Hulu has renewed the witty mystery series for a fourth season much to the delight of sleuthing fans everywhere.

Now that the WGA strike has finally come to an end after five long months of dealing with the AMPTP’s stubbornness, writing for the fourth season is expected to begin imminently.

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The third season premiere of Only Murders In The Building boasted a record-breaking number of viewers out of all Hulu’s originals in 2023. Meryl Streep and Paul Rudd made guest appearances in the season where our heroes Charles, Oliver, and Mabel, played by Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez respectively had to investigate a murder behind the closed doors of a Broadway production.

Rudd portrayed Ben Glenroy, a famous Hollywood actor who thinks he’s basically Tom Cruise, whose Broadway debut is cut short by his death, while Streep played Loretta Durkin.

The Best That Hulu Has To Offer


Only Murders In The Building Stands tall as Hulu’s most-watched comedy to this day. The success is attributed to the brains of the co-creators and scribes Steve Martin and John Hoffman (Grace & Frankie, Looking). Martin and Hoffman serve as executive producers alongside the hilarious Martin Short and the gorgeous and talented Selena Gomez.

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I can imagine the ease who those who saw how Season 3 unfolded, I’m hearing collective sighs of relief as I type this. We just found out who killed Ben Glenroy not long ago, if we never discover the identity of who committed the murder in Season 3’s finale many of us would go insane. Obviously, I’m exaggerating but you get the picture.

Only Murders In The Building is produced by 20th Television, a subsidiary of Disney Television Studios since the Walt Disney Company’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox. In January, it will contend for the Emmy in the Outstanding Comedy Series against Abbott Elementary, Barry, The Bear, Jury Duty, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Ted Lasso, and Wednesday.

About Only Murders In The Building

Only Murders In The Building poster

Creators: John Hoffman, Steve Martin
Directors: Jamie Babbit, Cherien Dabis, John Hoffman, Gillian Robespierre, Don Scardino, Chris Teague, Jude Weng, Chris Koch, Adam Shankman, Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini
Writers: John Hoffman, Steve Martin, Ben Philippe, Madeleine George, Stephen Markley, Joshua Allen Griffith, Rachel Burger, Noah Levine, Jake Schnesel, Matteo Borghese, Rob Turbovsky, Kristin Newman, Kirker Butler, Thembi Banks, Kim Rosenstock, Valentina Garza, Sas Goldberg, Elaine Ko, Tess Morris, J.J. Philbin, Siena Streiber, Peter Swanson
Stars: Steve Martin, Martin Short, Selena Gomez

Three strangers who live in the same New York City apartment building and share an obsession with true crime suddenly find themselves embroiled in a murder.

About Hulu

Hulu is an American subscription streaming service majority-owned by The Walt Disney Company, with Comcast’s NBCUniversal holding a minority stake. It was launched on October 29, 2007. Since then, it has grown steadily, adding more content every year, and now boasts over 48 million subscribers. 

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Source: Deadline


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Moriba Forde

I'm a writer, Co-Founder, and CEO of Moriviews. I live in Trinidad, I have a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology but my real passions lie in literature and content spanning across film & television. I've been a pretty good writer for most of my life and I grew up in front of a TV and loved it. I decided to make a career combining my literary and analytical skills, and one day, God-willingly, I'll be making my own movies.