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Is Why Women Kill Season 3 happening at Paramount+?

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Why Women Kill quickly became a favorite for those who love to watch badass women. Will Why Women Kill Season 3 happen?

When it comes to thrillers, there is one that stands out as a must-watch. Why Women Kill gives us multiple storylines of woman and, well, why they kill. We know someone dies in each storyline, but we don’t exactly know why, and that’s the fun process of each storyline within the seasons.

So far there are two seasons bringing us multiple storylines set in different time periods. They all showcase some of the social aspects of the time period, which also affected the women and their decisions. Now we need more of the story, but will it happen?

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Why Women Kill Season 3 is happening at Paramount+

The good news is that Why Women Kill Season 3 is going to happen. TVLine reports that Paramount+ has renewed the show for another season.

We don’t get to know the details of the new season, but at least we know it’s going to happen. The downside is we’ll likely not see the characters we’ve come to know and love return. After all, this is an anthology series and that means a new set of women and their stories.

Not all seasons have been about women dealing with their marriages. The second season focused on a woman just wanted to be accepted by a socialite. The third season will continue the story of how women have changed in their roles and expectations in society, but their reactions to betrayal haven’t changed at all.

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What do you hope to see on Why Women Kill Season 3? Let us know in the comments below.

Why Women Kill is available to stream on Paramount+ in both the United States and Canada.