The newest season of the popular American comedy-drama series ‘Why Women Kill’ has begun airing. In 2019, the first season of the program Why Women Kill premiered.
Why Women Kill is a dark comedy and criminal anthology drama series with a rating of 8.3 on IMDB and a 76 percent approval rating. This story is based on true instances of disgruntled women who kill their husbands or other family members in a fit of rage and sadness. The most recent season of the program Why Women Kill will include 10 episodes, exactly like the other seasons of the show.
‘Why Marc Cherry Directs Women Kill’ is a dark anthology television series produced by Imagine Television Studios, CBS Studios, Cherry productions, Acme productions, and Black Lamb. CBS Media Ventures distributes Why Women Kill: Season 3.
Now that Why Women Kill has been officially renewed for a third season by Paramount+, it’s only natural to question when the program will return to our screens. Unfortunately, as much as we hate to let you down, there is very little information on the third season available at this time. The actual debut date for the new season has yet to be announced by the streaming site. The first season of the program debuted in August of this year.
The second season, on the other hand, saw a considerable delay, with the whole season’s shooting being postponed owing to the pandemic. As a result, the program began filming in the winter of 2020 and continued into 2021. In June 2021, the second season eventually premiered.
We should anticipate the third season to premiere anytime between June and July of next year, assuming there are no production issues and shooting starts on schedule in early summer of next year.
It’s also possible that, as with the previous season, Paramount+ will decide to hold off on airing the series until late August or early October. But, once again, this is just conjecture.
Who’ll Be Back For Season 3?
Okay, so the plots and characters vary, but how about the performers themselves? Will any known faces appear in the third season of the show? The answer is no if previous seasons give any indicator. Lucy Liu, Jack Davenport, Ginnifer Goodwin, Sam Jaeger, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Alexandra Daddario, and Reid Scott appeared in Season 1.
Allison Tolman, Lana Parrilla, Matthew Daddario, B.K. Cannon, Jordane Christie, Nick Frost, and Veronica Falcón appeared in Season 2 of the show. There was no other overlap, except for Davenport’s role as The Narrator in Season 2, thus it’s doubtful that any of the prior cast members will return for Season 3. But, well, nothing is ever certain, right?
Why Women Kill Season 2 Recap: What Happened In Previous Part?
Despite living in separate decades, Simone, Beth, and Taylor dealt with their unfaithful spouses in the first season of Why Women Kill. Because all of these spouses watch their husbands cheating inside the same walls, the issue might be the home.
Season two, on the other hand, follows a completely different plot. It demonstrates how appearances may be misleading, and that there is much more to a situation than meets the eye. The serial murderers’ wife is desperate to join an elite club, and the season focuses on her. She transforms from the innocent lady to the serial killer’s accomplice after understanding what her husband is capable of.
One murder leads to another, and they soon have the blood of innocent people on their hands. We anticipate that, like the second and first seasons, the third season of the series will be filled with murder.
What Will The Third Season Of Why Women Kill Be About?
There have been no plot details announced for the third season of “Why Women Kill,” and there’s no way to know what themes or characters it may tackle at this time, due to the anthology nature of the overall series and the intentional lack of an overarching storyline that connects previous seasons to the latest one.
Instead, it’s more entertaining to guess about what age the program may explore. Because the show’s focus has thus far been on desperate housewives, Cherry’s next province may be single ladies.
So far, the program has visited the 1950s, 1940s, 1980s, and the current day – what century will it visit next? Perhaps the 1920s? Will someone go to any length to become a free and easy flapper? Will we go back to the 1960s and investigate cults and murders? Is there going to be a 1970s adventure with drugs, cake, and glitter?
All of this will be up to Marc Cherry’s imagination, and whatever twist he can concoct for his next group of murdering, trendy, desperate divas will undoubtedly be entertaining to see.