‘Why Women Kill’ is an American dark comedy television series. Marc Cherry is the creator of the show. ‘Why Women Kill’ released on August 15, 2019, on CBS All Access. The show did averagely well on screens. The critics provided the show with average ratings. However, ‘Why Women Kill’ became popular amongst the viewers. It scored a 63% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The first season of the show concluded on October 17, 2019. Since then, there are no updates regarding the renewal of the series.
In this article, we will update you with the recent developments in the production of the second season. Also, how the COVID pandemic scenario has affected the creation of the second division of ‘Why Women Kill.’
‘Why Women Kill’ Premise
The show revolves around the women of three different periods. They have a common link that they all have lived in Pasadena mansion. Another common factor amongst them is that their husbands have cheated on them. Beth Ann Stanton is a housewife of 1963. She discovers that her husband is unfaithful. Simone Grove is a housewife of 1984. In 2019, attorney Taylor Harding finds herself in confusion when she and her husband, both get attracted to the same woman.
Each episode of the show ends with the events leading to the woman killing the other person.
‘Why Women Kill’ Season 2
The first season of the show, ‘Why Women Kill’ concluded on October 17, 2019. The show did well on screens.
The creators of the show have decided to renew the show for the second season. However, the release date of the second season is not yet out.
We are expecting the show to release its second season in 2021.
‘Why Women Kill’ Cast
• Ginnifer Goodwin as Beth Ann Stanton
• Sam Jaeger as Rob Stanton,
• Sadie Calvano as April Warner
• Hartlyn Hilsman as a young Beth Ann
• Lucy Liu as Simone Grov
• Harmonie He as a young Simone Grove.
• Jack Davenport as Karl Grove
• Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Taylor Harding
o Kendall Denise Clark as a young Taylor Harding.
• Alexandra Daddario as Jade / Irene Tabatchnick
• Reid Scott as Eli Cohen
• Alicia Coppola as Sheila Mosconi
• Adam Ferrara as Leo Moscon
• Lindsey Kraft as Claire