Only Murders in the Building is Hulu’s new refreshing mystery thriller series mixed with hints of comedy, and fans all around the world are wondering which platforms you can stream the show.

Sometimes you want to watch a murder mystery, whodunit-esque show and although their gripping moments keep you on your toes, a little light-heartedness never hurt anyone.

Enter, Only Murders in the Building, an amateur detective investigation sprinkled with a little laughter.

Created by and starring veteran actor Steve Martin as Charles-Haden Savage, he joins alliances with fellow true crime aficionados Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez) and Oliver Putnam (Martin Short) to piece the puzzle of the death of their neighbour, Tim Kono.

With so many possible storylines and plot twists that could unfold, find out how to keep up with show!

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Can you stream Only Murders in the Building on Netflix?

Hulu subscriptions cost from $5.99/month and three episodes have already been released on August 31, 2021.

Internationally audiences can access the series on Disney+ via Star for £7.99/month and two episodes have already dropped.

It’s highly unlikely that the show will ever be on Netflix, so sign up to the platforms to keep up to date.

Only Murders in the Building | Official Trailer

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Murder mysteries on Netflix

Not too worry, Netflix has their own extensive collection of mystery films and series, so here are some recommendations you might want to give a shot.

  • Murder Mystery (2019 film)- An aptly-named film, comedic pair Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler reunite once again as husband and wife to tackle a murder with a guaranteed laugh.
  • Clickbait (2021 miniseries)
  • Lupin (2021 series)
  • Elite (2021 series)
  • Hit and Run (2021 series)
  • Sherlock (2017 series)
  • Enola Holmes (2020 film)
  • Handsome: A Netflix Murder Mystery Movie (2017 film)

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