Why Women Kill: Season 2 (2021)

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Why Women Kill

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Air date: Jun 3, 2021

Alma Fillcot hopes to fill a recently vacated seat in her garden club, led by the intimidating Rita Castillo; however, when Alma discovers Bertram's shocking secret, all of that preparation and hard work is jeopardized.

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Air date: Jun 3, 2021

A shaken Alma investigates Bertram's disturbing collection of "souvenirs," determined not to let this discovery complicate her plans.

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Air date: Jun 10, 2021

Alma and Bertram devise a plan to bury a potential setback; their daughter, Dee, enlists Vern's services.

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Air date: Jun 17, 2021

After Alma is tipped off that the Garden Club will make a surprise visit to her home, she persuades Bertram to help her prepare despite the police investigation of their missing neighbor next door; heartbroken, Dee seeks comfort in Vern.

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Air date: Jun 24, 2021

Bertram feels tempted to resume his "hobby," leading him to seek counsel with a trusted figure from his past.

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Air date: Jul 1, 2021

Alma takes matters into her own hands after persuading Bertram to ease Carlo's suffering; Rita ensnares Scooter in her plot to blackmail Catherine; Vern's feelings for Dee grow.

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Air date: Jul 8, 2021

Newly widowed, Rita's elation is short-lived when Catherine questions her innocence in Carlo's death, much to Alma's delight; Dee introduces her parents to Vern at a dinner with multiple shocking revelations.

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Air date: Jul 15, 2021

As Alma celebrates finally being admitted into the Garden Club, Bertram mourns the loss of the old Alma; Isabel uses her discovery to her own advantage, and Dee grows suspicious about the conflicting information surrounding Mrs. Yost's disappearance.

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Air date: Jul 22, 2021

Alma, now very comfortable with her position in the Garden Club, decides to run for the vacated presidency; with Isabel's demise, Rita is freed from jail, and Bertram grows more guilt-ridden and depressed, while Vern pursues the truth.

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Air date: Jul 29, 2021

In order to protect her glory, notoriety, and newly glamorous life, Alma concocts a desperate and dramatic scheme after Vern's investigation leads to his new in-laws.

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Audience Reviews for Why Women Kill: Season 2

  • Feb 12, 2022
    Clever writing, fun twists, wishing for a season 3
  • Feb 06, 2022
    Season 2 wasn't nearly as exciting as season 1. With only one story, it seemed drawn out and boring at times. The characters weren't as fun. The ending was alright. I hope that if there is a season 3, then they will go back to season 1's format.
  • Jan 25, 2022
    Alma is bad. I don't like Rita's death at the end.
  • Jan 17, 2022
    Great show. Well written, well acted and well received.
  • Dec 09, 2021
    Its so funny, I love shows like this.
  • Nov 25, 2021
    Seeing how brilliant the first season was, I kept wondering how they could top that with an entirely new story and cast, and oh did they fucking do that! By removing the trouble of juggling three stories simultaneously, they were able to have a perfectly interconnected and woven characters that were brought to life by a brilliant cast! Allison Tolman's portrayal of Alma was gobsmacking excellent, and her character arc was just beautiful to behold. I hope this isn't the last hurrah for this series, as I eagerly expect the third season.
  • Nov 05, 2021
    It is just amazing. I have rarely enjoyed a series this much. A gripping crime story, a delicious dark comedy with great acting, incredible costumes, very well chosen music, and very beautiful cinematography. Highly recommended.
  • Oct 18, 2021
    We *really* loved both seasons of this show - great acting, great writing, great period piece set decoration, nicely paced, hilarious. Every scene is a treat. It's as good as Fargo (another brilliant series that has different casts each season), but I'm guessing Women Who Kill might appeal to a wider audience. I can't get enough of both shows. Another connection is that the lead actress of Season 2, Allison Tolman, played the Frances McDormand archetype character in Fargo Season 1. Can't wait for new seasons of both shows. Season 2 of Why Women Kill has tremendous voice-over narration by the actor who played one of the husbands from Season 1. The subtle comic timing of the narration is one of the high points. More like this please!
  • Aug 31, 2021
    This was just AWFUL. Season one was plentiful with three different stories surrounding the same house, this one is the same murderous housewife. AND THAT IS IT! She couldn't act AT ALL. Predictible and incredibly stupid aspirations. What a WASTE. I'm ashamed my husband agreed to watch this with me. What happened to writing, etc? TERRIBLE and UTTER TRASH.
  • Aug 28, 2021
    I definitely enjoyed the first season way more. The drastically quick character development left alot to be desired in the second half of the season where it felt like we were just circling the drain to the inevitable conclusion. Boring.

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