The world of media and its mysteries… Renewed at the end of last year by the American platform Paramount +, the series

Why Women Kill

will not finally have the right to a third season.

Quoted by


, a spokesperson for the platform said that "the difficult decision not to continue production of season 3 had been made", while taking the time to thank "the incredible creator and showrunner Marc Cherry and its incredible writers, cast and crew for these two memorable seasons.”

While filming was to be launched in the coming weeks, we do not know the reasons that prompted the platform to backtrack.

Would it be a matter of hearing?

It's hard to believe if you go back several months, when Paramount + original series director Nicole Clemens said she was "delighted" with the series' numbers "which continue to grow, with the second season ranking among the 10 most viewed series on the platform”.

In France,

Why Women Kill

had been broadcast on M6.

Offered during the first confinement, the ten episodes of season 1 had posted an average of 3.82 million viewers, and even 4.5 million fans including the replay.

It was then the best result for an American series as a bonus on M6 since 2006. But the channel had paid dearly for the return to normal life since the second season had only been followed by 1.73 million followers in January. last.


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