Why Women Kill Season 2 : Release Date, Cast, and every detail you need to know!

Why Women Kill Season 2

Why Women Kill Season 2: Itis an American dark satirical television series. The show is created by Marc Cherry. This series initially premiered on CBS on August 15, 2019. Why Women Kill received average ratings from the critics, however the show gained good popularity among the audience. Check out the post for more updates about the second season of ‘Why Women Kill’.


‘Why Women Kill’ Release Date

The first season of Why Women Kill ended on 17 October, 2019 and it performed well on television. The show runners renewed the show for a second season but yet the release date of Season 2 is not disclosed. Hence, we’re assuming the premiere of season two in the year 2021.


Why Women Kill’ Plot Details

The plot mainly revolves around the ladies of three distinctive periods. They have one common link as they all have been living in the mansion of Pasadena. The second common factor is their husbands have remained unfaithful and cheated on them. Ann Stanton in the era of 1960s, is a housewife. She finds out that her husband is cheating on her. While, Simone Grove in the time of 1980s, is a housewife too. In the year 2019, attorney Taylor Harding discovers herself in a turmoil as she and her husband both gets attracted to a same lady. Every episode of the show concludes with the scenes depicting, woman killing the other human.

Why Women Kill Season 2

‘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


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