'Why Women Kill' Season 2: Air time, how to live stream, trailer and all you need to know about Paramount+ drama series
Season 1 of 'Why Women Kill' starred Lucy Liu, Ginnfer Goodwin and Kirby Howell-Baptiste
Season 2 of the anthology drama series 'Why Women Kill' from 'Desperate Housewives' creator Marc Cherry is all set to return with a whole new ensemble cast. Season 1 starred Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu and Kirby Howell-Baptiste and was set in the 1960s, 1980s and in 2019.
While Season 1 dealt with the subject matter of infidelity, Season 2 of 'Why Women Kill' features intriguing storylines set in 1949.
Season 2 of 'Why Women Kill' will premiere on June 3 on Paramount+.
How to live stream
Come June 3, Season 2 of 'Why Women Kill' will be available for streaming here.
Season 2 will explore "what it means to be beautiful, the hidden truth behind the faces people present to the world, the effects of being ignored and overlooked by society and finally the lengths one woman will go in order to finally belong."
Allison Tolman is perhaps best known for her role as Molly Solverson in the first season of the FX television series' Fargo', a performance which garnered Tolman Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Tolman in Season 2 of 'Why Women Kill' will play a timid housewife Alma, who longs for acceptance into a glamorous garden club and will go to any lengths to get it.
Lana Parilla is perhaps best known for her role as The Evil Queen/Regina Mills in the fantasy drama series 'Once Upon a Time'. She has also been a cast regular on shows such as 'Spin City' and '24' as well as had roles on series such as 'Boomtown', 'Windfall' and 'Swingtown'. On Season 2 of 'Why Women Kill' Parilla plays the glamorous Rita, who is the head of the garden club and who indulges in affairs with younger men while waiting for her elderly husband to die.
Cannon plays Alma's no nonsense daughter Dee. Cannon is best known for her roles on series such as 'Lie to Me' and 'Switched at Birth'.
'Desperate Housewives' director Marc Cherry is behind this show.
Is glamor and popularity worth killing for? Well it would certainly seem so, considering the lengths we see a timid housewife Alma go to acquire the social acceptance she craves. The trailer of 'Why Women Kill' Season 2, will give you some definite 'Desperate Housewives' dejavu, perfect for those who miss Wisteria Lane.
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