Although we at Men’s Health love high-stakes action movies (like Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One) and intense dramas (like say, Barry or The Bear), we believe it’s always good to have a calmer, relaxing show in your rotation. Only Murders in the Building, despite its dark premise, is exactly what you need after a long day at work. It’s funny, unexpected, and still has a gripping and entertaining plot.
The last time we saw Mabel (Selena Gomez), Oliver (Martin Short), and Charles (Steve Martin), it’d been a year since a murder last disrupted their lives. They’re all gathered to watch the opening night of a play Oliver’s directed (with the lead actor of the production played by Paul Rudd). As the curtain rises and the show begins… you guessed it, there’s a murder. The star actor falls dead, and once again our beloved trio is thrust into a murder investigation. We just have to hope this time they’re not also considered suspects.
The surprise Hulu hit has delighted us for two seasons already, and there’s no doubt Season 3 will feature more of the same delightfully cozy murder mystery fun we all love. So when does the show premiere? And when do new episodes come out? You won’t want to miss a single episode, and end up getting spoiled when all your friends have caught up and you haven’t. Thankfully, we’ve got a handy guide to keep you from falling behind. Here’s everything you need to know about Season 3 of Only Murders in the Building.
How to Watch Only Murders in the Building Season 3
Only Murders in the Building Season 3 airs on Hulu beginning August 8. New episodes will premiere on Wednesdays.
How many episodes of Only Murders in the Building are left?
All episodes are now streaming and the entire season is available to watch.
Here’s the complete release schedule for Only Murders in the Building Season 3.
Episode 1: Now streaming as of August 8
Episode 2: Now streaming as of August 8
Episode 3: Now streaming as of August 15
Episode 4: Now streaming as of August 22
Episode 5: Now streaming as of August 29
Episode 6: Now streaming as of September 5
Episode 7: Now streaming as of September 12
Episode 8: Now streaming as of September 19
Episode 9: Now streaming as of September 26
Episode 10: Now streaming as of October 3
Milan Polk is an Editorial Assistant for Men’s Health who specializes in entertainment and lifestyle reporting, and has worked for New York Magazine’s Vulture and Chicago Tribune.