One Of Us Is Lying Season 3: Is it happening or not?

One Of Us Is Lying Season 3: Is it happening or not?
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Will there be another season of One Of Us Is Lying or not? Continue reading to find out. 

Ever since the premiere of the second season’s final episode, “Simon Says Game Over,” on October 20, 2022, there has been only one question constantly lingering in the minds of the viewers: “Will there be another season or not?” To say the least, all of the fans who have tuned in to stream the episodes over the years are now speculating, making it a fair question to ask about the franchise’s status.

Especially since the final cliffhanger, in which the Murder Club devises a risky plan to finally stop Simon, there are more pieces to the puzzle than they realize. So, if you were looking forward to knowing more about the next chapter, then you have reached the right place, as we have listed all the crucial and latest information at Web News Observer.

Here is everything we know about One of Us Is Lying Season 3’s status with Peacock.

One Of Us Is Lying Season 3: Is it happening or not?

One Of Us Is Lying: Will there be a Season 3 or not?

Unfortunately, the answer is no! Peacock has officially confirmed that the third season of ‘One of Us Is Lying,’ has been canceled after two seasons on the network. According to Deadline, the execs at Peacock were happy with both shows creatively, but they just didn’t find the requisite audience to justify further seasons. On the other hand, it is quite surprising that the show has been discontinued despite having a fairly good reception worldwide. On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 89% of 9 critics’ reviews are positive, with an average rating of 7.0/10. On IMDb, the series has an overall score of 6.8 out of 10 with 11k votes.

Take a look at some of the fans’ reactions to the sudden cancellation of the show:

One Of Us Is Lying: What is the show about?

The series is also executive produced by John Sacchi and Matt Groesch of 5 More Minutes Productions, who developed the pilot, alongside Saleh, Jan Oxenberg, Molly Nussbaum, and Bill Johnson. One of Us Is Lying, from UCP, follows what happens when five high schoolers walk into detention and only four make it out alive. Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide.

At Bayview High, five students – Simon, Addy, Cooper, Bronwyn, and Nate – are given detention. Simon, known for starting an online gossip group with his friend Janae to snitch on his classmates, suffers a sudden and fatal allergic reaction. Each of the four students had the motive to kill Simon, and after it is determined that his death was not an accident, an investigation ensues. 

The first season solved the mystery of Simon’s death, and the second season picks up after the season one finale rather than following McManus’ sequel novel, One of Us Is Next, which is set one year later. In Season Two, we’ll see just how far they’ll go to protect their secrets, themselves, and each other. The main cast members of the series include Annalisa Cochrane as Addy Prentiss, Chibuikem Uche as Cooper Clay, Marianly Tejada as Bronwyn Rojas, Cooper van Grootel as Nate Macauley, Barrett Carnahan as Jake Riordan, Jessica McLeod as Janae Matthews, Mark McKenna as Simon Kelleher, Melissa Collazo as Maeve Rojas, Sara Thompson as Vanessa Clark, and Alimi Ballard as Kevin Clay. 

The recurring cast members are Zenia Marshall as Keely, George Ferrier as TJ Forrester, Martin Bobb-Semple as Evan, Karim Diane as Kris, Jacque Drew as Detective Wheeler, Valerie Cruz as Isabella Rojas, Hugo Ateo as Javier Rojas, Miles J. Harvey as Lucas Clay, Ali Liebert as Ann Prentiss, Purva Bedi as Principal Gupta, Andi Crown as Ms. Avery, Errol Shand as Brad Macauley, Aidee Walker as Ellen Macauley, Joe Witkowski as Cole Riordan, Doralynn Mui as Fiona Jennings, and Emma Jenkins-Purro as Giselle Ward. Erica Saleh, who adapted the novel and wrote the pilot script for the series, took over as showrunner for season two, replacing Darío Madrona, co-creator of Elite, who will remain on the show as an executive producer.

One Of Us Is Lying Season 3: Is it happening or not?

One Of Us Is Lying Episodes and Streaming Options

All the episodes from the two seasons which have a total of eight episodes with an average runtime of 44 to 52 minutes, are now available to binge-watch! If you haven’t been able to catch up with the show yet, then we have listed down the crucial details about the latest second season episode’s titles and synopsis for you to get a quick glimpse into the plot, which will definitely help you decide if you want to stream the show or not. Take a look at the official episode guide below:

Episode 1: Simon Says Game On: Bayview High School deals with the aftermath of Jake’s death; a new, mysterious source threatens to expose the Murder Club.

Episode 2: Simon Says Tick Tock: Simon Says blackmails the Murder Club with a surprising demand; Janae reveals a huge secret; Jake haunts Addy from beyond the grave; Vanessa holds a rally for Jake.

Episode 3: Simon Says Let’s Get Personal: Demands from Simon Says become excruciatingly personal as each member of the Murder Club receives different orders that send them spinning; someone from Jake’s past reappears; Janae opens up to Addy.

Episode 4: Simon Says Gotcha!: The Murder Club works to find the truth about Giselle; Vanessa digs deeper into Halloween night; another tragedy strikes Bayview.

Episode 5: Simon Says Ho Ho Ho!: As the rest of Bayview celebrates the holidays, the Murder Club makes a difficult and shocking decision following the news about Giselle, but the police make an unexpected decision of their own.

Episode 6: Simon Says You Better Pray: Vanessa doubles down on her investigation into the Murder Club and finds key evidence, making the group worry that she’s getting too close to the truth; Evan sees Vanessa in a new light.

Episode 7: Simon Says Time Out: The Murder Club and Vanessa form an unexpected alliance to uncover the truth about Simon Says; new revelations about Jake’s whereabouts over the summer come to light.

Episode 8: Simon Says Game Over: The Murder Club hatches a risky plan to stop Simon Says once and for all, but there are more pieces to the puzzle than they realize.

One of Us Is Lying is currently available exclusively on Peacock in the United States, where you can also watch current hits, blockbuster movies, binge-worthy TV shows, and exclusive Originals – as well as news, live sports, WWE, and more. Peacock’s got your faves, including Parks & Rec, Yellowstone, Modern Family, and every episode of The Office.

The show also airs as a Netflix exclusive in a number of international markets, including the UK, India, South Korea, Brazil, and Japan. You can also watch different genres of movies and TV shows from the catalog as per your preference at no additional cost with any of their services. The video quality and the number of screens you can use to stream simultaneously depend on the package you choose, depending on the location of the viewers.

Catch up on the previous seasons, and let us know in the comments how you feel about the cancellation of One Of Us Is Lying Season 3. 

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