After a two-season run, Paramount+ has decided not to continue with Why Women Kill’s third season, putting an end to it completely.
According to Variety, despite the anthology project’s Season 3 renewal in December 2021, Paramount+ opted to cancel the project before continuing with it.
Due to the dark comedy’s fan base as well as the prior renewal, the news will surprise many people.
It’s a shame that viewers won’t be able to witness what narrative was going to be revealed next in the Marc Cherry thriller, as each season is more scandalous and bloody than the one before it.
Nicole Clemens, President of Paramount+ Original Scripted Series, praised the show’s great Season 2 performance in the Season 3 renewal announcement.
Fans can find comfort in the fact that Why Women Kill was an anthology series, there are no unfinished business to be resolved.
Both the first and second seasons provided an answer to the title’s question by taking viewers on the bizarre, occasionally humorous adventures that led to the ladies at the centre of it all becoming murderers.
Season 2 was released in the summer of 2021 and exclusively covered one woman’s tenacious and irrational ascent to power.
The characters of the television show varied from season to season. Nick Frost, Lana Parrilla, B.K. Cannon, Jordane Christie, Matthew Daddario, Veronica Falcón, and Allison Tolman all starred in it.
Although the stories are set in 1963, 1984, and 2019, the central women are connected because they live in the same Pasadena estate.