All the mega famous faces starring in Only Murders in the Building season three

Meryl Streep?! Oh I am so tuning in


Only Murders in the Building season three features a whole bunch of celebrities which really makes you question just how big the budget was this time round. At the end of season two, viewers saw Paul Rudd had joined the cast and he is playing a major role in season three, alongside an array of Hollywood A-listers.

So, who is in the cast? While some of the guest stars have been announced for Only Murders in the Building season three, it wouldn’t be the mystery series it is without a few surprises along the way. Here’s every mega famous face set to star in Only Murders in the Building season three alongside Selena Gomez, Martin Short and Steve Martin.

Paul Rudd

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As shown in the season two finale episode, Paul Rudd will star as theatre actor Ben Glenroy, who is the murder victim that trio become associated with.

Meryl Streep

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Hollywood royalty Meryl Streep has also joined the cast of Only Murders in the Building season three, as actor Loretta Durkin, who gets her big break later in life.

Jesse Williams

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Greys Anatomy actor Jesse Williams will star as a documentarian with a particular interest in the case Mabel, Charles and Olivia are working on.

Ashley Park

via Netflix

Ashley Park has joined the cast of Only Murders in the Building season three but not much is known about her character as of yet.

A bunch of theatre actors will also be joining the cast, including Spongebob The Musical’s Wesley Taylor. Alongside him the cast will also star Don Darryl Rivera and Gerald Caesar.

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