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There's so much beauty in every frame, from the costumes to the production design - and actors able to rise to the occasion - that it's easy to ignore that the series isn't necessarily stretching itself.
A frump becoming a society diva just seems like a thin storyline... Fortunately, Cherry once again knows how to cast his female leads. If there's anyone we'd want to watch blossom over the course of a season, it's the effervescent Tolman.
Tolman and Frost are delightful together, and Parilla is suitably evil in a drop-dead glamorous way.
The ensuing lurid shenanigans are cartoonish to a campy extreme, and it's hard to care who'll end up killing whom in their venal, petty squabbles.
[Tolman is] perfectly cast as Alma, who will experience an awakening that will set her on a course, as the voiceover says at the beginning of the hour, from inconsequential to infamous.
Audience Reviews for Why Women Kill: Season 2
6d agoSeason 1 was TERRIBLE but season 2 is great. Very entertaining. One problem I have is Lana Parrilla. I just fast-forward whenever she shows up because her acting is a bit meh. Her lover, the guy who's supposed to be an aspiring actor is also a bad actor. Otherwise it's a great show.
6d agoSo far it is a brilliantly written show with an amazing cast. It has that old school vibe but feels fresh. Must watch