AT THE END OF SEASON 2 OF THE ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING, FIND OUT WHO BEN GLENROY IS!
On Disney Plus, only Murders In The Building is available! Continue reading to find out who Ben Glenroy is! Every Tuesday night, it appears that everyone kicks back and settles in on their sofas to watch Only Murders in the Building, an Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated comedy series. Everything you need to know about the release of Season 3 is right here.
Only Murders in the Building, now in its second season, investigates the shocking death of Bunny Folger, chairwoman of Arconia’s board of directors. Charles, Oliver, and Mabel rush to find his killer, but there are complications.
While the trio has been publicly implicated in Bunny’s death, they are now the subjects of a competing Cinda Canning podcast, and they must contend with a slew of nosy New York neighbors who all believe they are responsible for Bunny’s death.
To clear their names, they must identify the true murderer, which proves to be more difficult than they anticipated. We finally find out who was responsible for this week’s finale.
Here’s everything you need to know about the end of Season 2. However, at the very end, we witness the death of Ben Glenroy after a time jump. We tell you everything there is to know about Ben!
WHO IS BEN GLENROY?
Fast forward a year to the premiere of Oliver’s new show. Ben Glenroy, one of the film’s two lead actors, sulks in his dressing room after apparently arguing with Charles. What was the topic of the debate? The series made no mention of it. But here’s what you should know.
Although the mega-famous Paul Rudd plays Ben Glenroy, this guy is no Ant-Man in terms of ego. Because the incident enraged him, he disparaged Charles and threatened to murder him.
Furthermore, even though Ben is an actor, the series informs theatergoers that he has no stage acting experience.
Ben Glenroy also appears to be overly interested in someone Charles likes, that someone is a woman. Backstage, Ben and Charles converse until the latter threatens Ben to “stay away from her.”
But who is “she”? Is Lucy Charles’ stepdaughter? Joy, his new girlfriend? Is Ben having an affair with Mabel? Is it a new cast member that viewers have yet to meet? Fans have been left in the dark.
The curtain rose, the play began, and Ben took his place at the front of the stage to say his first words. Instead, he collapsed, bleeding from the mouth and then failing to breathe. So much for Oliver’s reappearance, but it’s the ideal setup for another season of Only Murders in the Building.
While it appears unlikely that Charles murdered Ben, it is possible that the “she” Charles refers to did so. There may also be an entire cast from the Broadway show involved in the murder of Only Murders in the Building.