‘Only Murders in the Building’: Jeremy Shamos, Linda Emond, and Wesley Taylor Set to Recur in Season 3

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Season 3 of Hulu’s breakout comedy hit Only Murders in the Building has yet to premiere, but it has already racked up a pretty impressive guest cast. Now the series is adding even more, with Jeremy Shamos, Linda Emond, and Wesley Taylor set to recur in the upcoming season.

According to Deadline, all three roles are being kept under wraps, but the trio join previously announced season 3 additions Paul Rudd, Meryl Streep, Jesse Williams, and Ashley Park, as well as stars Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez.

The third season of Only Murders will focus on yet another murder that Charles, Oliver, and Mabel find themselves wrapped up in. After Rudd’s surprise character, Ben Glenroy, died on stage on the opening night of Oliver’s play, the trio have to find out who’s behind it and what happened.

Tony nominee Shamos previously appeared on Better Call Saul, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, and The Big Stick. Along with Only Murders, he can next be seen in a recurring role in the upcoming season of HBO’s The Gilded Age and Prime Video’s upcoming series Dead Ringers.

Three-time Tony nominee Emond has credits in The Patient, Succession, Lodge 49, and the upcoming Hulu series Death and Other Details, as well as stage credits including Death of a Salesman.

There seems to be a theme here, as Taylor also has theater experience, having been in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical, The Addams Family, and Rock of Ages. TV credits include Smash, Difficult People, and The Good Wife.

No premiere date has been announced as of yet for season 3 of Only Murders in the Building, but stay tuned to Nerds & Beyond for any updates!

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