"Only Murders in the Building" returns Tuesday on Hulu for season 2, with stars Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez on the case once again.
Last season ended with amateur sleuths and true crime podcasters Charles (Martin), Oliver (Short) and Mabel (Gomez) being arrested as suspects in the murder of Bunny, the board president of their Upper West Side apartment building, the Arconia.
"We're set on solving the crime that ended last season," Martin told ABC Audio. "But one of the biggest change ... you know, in terms of story, is now that our [fictional] podcast has hit big, we're all three getting a little bit of notoriety that we didn't have before."
"So we will walk down the street and maybe get noticed by people. And we have to set about solving a crime while being kind of famous. Not really famous. Just kind of famous. Like we are now," he added with a laugh.
The season begins with the trio's characters being interrogated by police. But who would be the first to flip on the others in real life?
"Me!" Gomez said quickly, before Martin called out Short.
"I think [Short] would sell us out at a second," Martin said.
"I think definitely I would in one second," Short replied, adding, "but I think before I could get the words out, Selena would have sold us out."
Even though the first season of "Only Murders in the Building" was a huge success, Short revealed he didn't feel a lot of pressure going into season 2 because "a sequel is actually easier because you now know the characters."
"It felt like we kinda just stepped back into it and really just went for it," the multihyphenate star and businesswoman said. "And it was really organic and it felt really fun, and I dunno -- I think it might be even better than the first!"
There are plenty of guest stars in season 2 to spice things up, including Shirley MacLaine, Amy Schumer, Andrea Martin and Gomez's real-life friend, Cara Delevingne.
"Only Murders in the Building" season 2 is now streaming on Hulu.
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