Watch Steve Martin and Selena Gomez solving a mystery in ‘Only Murders in the Building’ trailer
Selena Gomez starer comedy murder-mystery, Only Murders in the Building, has released its first trailer on Tuesday. The upcoming release, which will premiere its first three episodes on 31 August, on Hulu, is a highly anticipated series of the ‘Rare’ singer. The story revolves around three strangers, Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena, who bond with each other due to their obsession with true crime scenes. The trio decides to investigate a murder when one of the guys from their building was found dead in his apartment. They decide to start their own murder-mystery podcast as they try to find out the murderer.
The ‘Only Murders in the Building’ trailer will give you a deep look inside what’s going on in the whole story and while the title seems to be a little more ‘serious’ and ‘mysterious,’ the series is mostly focused on the comic genre.
Selena Gomez, who is rarely seen in movies or series these days, will be playing the lead in this one along with legendary actors Steve Martin and Martin Short. The trio will entertain you with their trick and skills to unravel the mystery through the series. Gomez has also shared the trailer with her fans via her IG account. “Only Murders in the Building. We’re all neighbors here, but if I were you, I wouldn’t trust anyone. @OnlyMurdersHulu — 8/31,” she captioned it.
The ‘Only Murders in the Building’ trailer was also shared by Steve. He captioned it writing, “Yay! Our trailer is finally here! We love our show, ‘Only Murders in the Building,’ With Selena Gomez, the pixie-ish Martin Short, and me, on Hulu August 31.”
Another interesting fact about this series is that it will mark the comeback of Steve Martin to the television after almost 10 years.
The ‘Pink Panther,’ alum’s last film, was 2011’s The Big Year. Steve is also the one behind the idea of this most awaited show along with John Hoffman, whereas Dan Fogelman will be serving as the executive producer. “Had a lunch with [Martin] and he said he had an idea,” Dan tweeted. “And here we are, two years later. Can’t wait for August 31.”