“Are You Ready to Solve a Crime?” With Will Arnett on Netflix, ‘Murderville’ Feature 6 Celebrities Trying Improv Comedy

“Are You Ready to Solve a Crime?” With Will Arnett on Netflix, ‘Murderville’ Feature 6 Celebrities Trying Improv Comedy

How will you like your thriller television series be?

A new murder every day with a new celebrity guest to solve it. How does that sound? Well, Will Arnett is all set to do that in Netflix’s Murderville. The best part of the show is that it is unscripted. The guest stars will not know what will happen to them. With his celebrity guest, Arnett’s Terry Seattle will have to improvise as they solve each case.

Netflix recently dropped the trailer of the show on YouTube, and viewers are awaiting the release. The show finds its inspiration from the award-winning BBC3 television series Murder in Successville.

Let’s take a glimpse at Netflix’s Murderville, and what we know about it so far.

Murderville of Netflix release date

Murderville will globally premiere on Netflix on February 3rd, 2022. The show will launch six episodes in total. We are yet to recieve any official information about the duration of the episodes and their titles.

So, we will have to wait until Netflix gives us some more details about the show.

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The cast of Murderville

Will Arnett will play the role of Senior Detective Terry Seattle. The other main cast of the show includes:

  • Haneefah Wood as Chief Rhonda Jenkins-Seattle
  • Lilan Bowden as Amber Kang
  • Phillip Smithey as Det. Darren “Daz” Phillips.

Celebrity guest stars who will take turns to boost the comedy on the show are Annie Murphy, Conan O’Brien, Ken Jeong, Kumail Nanjiani, Marshawn Lynch, Sharon Stone, and Erinn Hayes. Among these celebrities, we are most excited about Conan O’Brien, as he is one of the living legends of America, the greatest comedian ever.

What is Muderville all about?

The show develops around Senior Detective Terry Seattle, who solves a notorious murder in each episode, and a celebrity will join him as his partner to help him with the case. As the show is unscripted, together they will improvise the case, in their own clumsy way. But only the guest has to name the killer alone.

In 2016, The Guardian was all praises for the inspiration of this new Netflix Original, Murder in Successville. According to them, what made the BBC3 show successful was “how carefully it’s made, it works whatever the celebrity of the week does. If they panic, that’s funny. If they lose it under pressure from Davis and giggle, that’s funny.”

Thus, we can hope the same for Netflix’s Murderville. Are you excited for the new show? Let us know in the comments.

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