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Meryl Streep Takes on a New Role in Only Murders in the Building Season 3

Meryl Streep Takes on a New Role in Only Murders in the Building Season 3

Meryl Streep Takes on a New Role in Only Murders in the Building Season 3

Hollywood, CA – In an unexpected twist, renowned actress Meryl Streep is set to play a terrible actress in the highly anticipated Season 3 of Hulu’s hit series, Only Murders in the Building. The newly released trailer showcases Streep’s comedic prowess as she embraces the role of a “stinkeroo” actress, as described by Paul Rudd’s character, Ben Glenroy.

Joining Streep in this star-studded season are Jesse Williams from Grey’s Anatomy, who portrays documentarian Tobert, and Ashley Park from Emily in Paris, who plays a TikTok-addicted starlet named Kimber. The trailer also unveils the surprise return of Jane Lynch as Charles’ former stunt double, Sazz Pataki, and Tina Fey as the vivacious blonde, Cinda Canning.

Perhaps the most thrilling revelation is the brief appearance of Nathan Lane, who will be reuniting with his Producers co-star, Matthew Broderick. While Broderick’s role remains undisclosed, fans can’t wait to see this dynamic duo back on screen together.

Only Murders in the Building, known for its intriguing whodunnit narrative, will follow its trio of quirky amateur sleuths, Charles (Steve Martin), Oliver (Martin Short), and Mabel (Selena Gomez), as they investigate a murder behind the scenes of a Broadway show.

Rudd’s character, Ben Glenroy, a Hollywood action star making his Broadway debut, meets an untimely death, setting the stage for the captivating murder mystery.

The trio’s sleuthing skills will be put to the test as they navigate the complexities of showbiz, with Streep’s character, Loretta Durkin, adding her own flair to the mix. With director Oliver striving to piece the show back together amid the investigation, audiences can expect a thrilling and humorous ride in Season 3.

Only Murders in the Building Season 3 is set to premiere on Tuesday, August 8, delivering another dose of suspense, humor, and star-studded performances to entertain viewers.

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