It can be said that Selena Gomez is unpredictable when it comes to choosing projects. One day he produces a series like Por trece razones, another works for Woody Allen, he takes an album in English, another day he takes another one in Spanish or he presents you with a cooking reality show where he prepares pa amb tomata. And what’s your next move? A tv series with two comedy veterans as Steve Martin and Martin Short.
The series is titled Only murders in the building and will be viewed on the Disney+ content platform starting August 31. The company does not consider exactly that it is for all audiences: just in case it will include it in the Star tab, which includes series and films with a slightly more adult profile and where series such as With love, Victor, the macarra Solar Opposites or the romantic soap opera of Grey’s Anatomy.
Death and humor
It will premiere Aug. 31 on Disney+ and will show three neighbors investigating a possible murder in their building.
In Only Murders in the Building, Gomez, Martin, and Short will play three strangers who have a passion in common: they have an inordinate passion for crimes. When a chilling death occurs in their upscale building on the Upper West Side, one of New York’s wealthiest neighborhoods, the trio suspect it could be a murder and decide to spend their time investigating the truth.
The three record a podcast to document the case where they unravel the building’s secret complexes dating back years. But what can be even more explosive are the lies they tell each other. This trio in danger will soon realize that a murderer could be living among them so they will have to rush to decipher the clues before it is too late.
The series is produced by Dan Fogerlman, a well-respected man in Hollywood after creating This is us, and has Steve Martin himself as creator along with John Hoffman, writer of series such as Grace and Frankie or Looking. Now all that remains is for Selena + Chef, the cooking program that Selena Gomez presents for HBO Max, find who broadcasts it in Spain, since it is still unpublished.