Marc Cherry's anthology dramedy Why Women Kill renewed for season 2

Oct 17, 2019 00:05


Why Women Kill Renewed for Season 2 of New Stories and Characters https://t.co/uVMRxgqeQB
- E! News (@enews) October 16, 2019
- According to one CBS All Access exec, Why Women Kill has become one of their most streamed original series, thanks to "the creative direction of Marc Cherry and the incredible performances of the cast ( Read more... )

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squirrels_oh_no October 16 2019, 18:19:02 UTC
I accidentally thought that gif was gia Gunn at first. Whoops

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la_petite_singe October 16 2019, 18:37:41 UTC
This show blatantly stole a joke from one of Community's best-ever scenes and I'm not here for it.


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fubukihakuryu October 16 2019, 19:59:45 UTC
This isn't really much of an original joke at all lol

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iantoj October 17 2019, 13:29:53 UTC
I can picture Shirley's face clearly. I miss that show.

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myselfdestruct October 16 2019, 18:40:27 UTC
I can't explain how much I love Kirby Howell-Baptiste. I need her to be in every project moving forward, all of them.

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ahkna October 16 2019, 19:24:16 UTC
yesss! i love her. i find myself so delighted just watching her in anything

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sexmeupscotty October 16 2019, 18:45:40 UTC
this show is fueling my misandry tbh, men are AWFUL, in general and in the show... Kirby's addict asshole husband and Ginnifer's no-good-cheating soon-to-be-ex especially. That's the point, I know, but damn. Men just.... drain you.

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frankthesheep October 16 2019, 20:31:04 UTC
Those two husbands are the worst!

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therearewords October 16 2019, 18:59:17 UTC
Is this entertaining without being too frustrating? ie more Claws, less Good Girls s2?

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fubukihakuryu October 16 2019, 20:08:33 UTC
It's frustrating lol the men are super terrible but the women (except for Kirby's character Taylor) make really frustrating decisions (especially the 1950s wife). I don't find Lucy Liu's character situation that funny because it focuses on her grooming a crazy young guy and they specifically have banter about waiting until he turns 18.

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friarsfire October 16 2019, 21:59:19 UTC
To be fair, she did not groom him. He was 18 both at the start of the series and when Lucy Liu’s character’s first got aware he was attracted to her. But I know if the genders were reversed, I’d not be a lot more sensitive to the situation and likely wouldn’t be able to find the humor.

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