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New York’s most famous fictional whodunnit podcasters are up for real-life awards. Hulu‘s Only Murders in the Building is nominated for 17 Emmys for its second season, including best comedy series, best actor in a comedy series (for Steve Martin and Martin Short), best guest actress in a comedy series (Jane Lynch) and best guest actor in a comedy series (Nathan Lane).
In season two, the tables have turned on Mabel (Selena Gomez, noticeably snubbed for a nomination), Charles (Martin) and Oliver (Short), the intrepid amateur investigators and podcast hosts who are now the persons of interest in the murder of Bunny Folger (Jayne Houdyshell), the now-late board president of their apartment building.
As the trio unravel why they’re being framed, the plot thickens when they become the subject of rival Cinda Canning’s (Tina Fey) podcast and they deal with suspicious neighbors. Keep reading below for everything you need to know about how to watch Only Murders in the Building online, including how to stream the Emmy-nominated series for free.
How to Watch Only Murders In the Building Online
You can watch Only Murders in the Building online exclusively on Hulu, which costs $7 per month with ads or $13 per month without ads. Both subscription options include the show’s first season as well as Hulu original series including The Orville: New Horizons, The Kardashians, The Great, Handmaid’s Tale, Pam & Tommy and thousands of movies and TV shows. Subscribers can also stream on mobile devices, watch on two screens simultaneously and create up to six user profiles but only the ad-free plan lets you download content to watch later offline.
If you’re a new Hulu subscriber, you can stream Only Murders In the Building for free with a one-month trial.
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