Season 2 of One Of Us Is Lying has just arrived on Netflix on November 16th and fans are overjoyed to see their favorite high school crime thriller back in action, but, if you’re looking forward to more episodes, here’s everything we know about a possible One of Us is Lying Season 3 from the release date to the actors and what they’ve said about it.
One of Us is Lying Season 3 Release Date
One of Us is Lying Season 3 is not yet confirmed yet, Netflix has not announced a new season of One Of Us Is Lying, however, this does not rule out the possibility. Season 1 premiered in October 2021 on NBC Universal’s US streaming service Peacock and it was released on Netflix globally four months later. NBC Universal/Peacock confirmed in January 2022 that One Of Us Is Lying has been renewed for a 2nd season before it premiered on Netflix.
Following that pattern, we may perhaps anticipate One of Us is Lying Season 3 to be renewed by March 2023, so keep your fingers crossed. It’s difficult to talk about the release date for sure because it hasn’t been verified and the cast isn’t yet known, but based on the first 2 seasons, we may assume it to get released in 2023. Marianly Tejada portrays Bronwyn, Barrett Carnahan portrays Jake, Cooper van Grootel portrays Nate, and Annalisa Cochrane portrays Addy.
As fans are aware, Simon, Giselle, and Fiona were all murdered in the first 2 seasons, so we’re unlikely to see them again in One of Us is Lying Season 3. Executive producer Erica Saleh spoke with ET Online about the Season 2 finale and why things ended the way they did. At the conclusion of Season 1, they built up a pretty large mystery that really lets viewers know what questions to be asking heading into Season 2, and there may be even more questions by the end of Season 2.
What occurred during the graduation ceremony, what secret does Fiona hold about Jake, and what may Cole have done to keep it hidden? We will learn all of it in One of Us is Lying Season 3.
One of Us is Lying Season 3 hasn’t been announced, we can infer it hasn’t yet been shot, which means viewers will have to wait for production to begin before the show can even consider editing, and maybe something akin to the 8-month gap between the release of seasons 1 and 2 on Netflix? It all leads to 2023.
One of Us is Lying Season 2 Ending Explained
The Murder Club attempted all they could to connect Fiona to Giselle’s murder, but when they couldn’t uncover any proof, they decided to frame Fiona for Jake’s murder, which required Fiona’s fingerprints, and this is when Maeve’s experience came into play; she wanted to show her older sister that she, too, has some talents. Maeve made a bargain with Fiona to bring the monster out of her cave without alerting anybody, and while everyone else was off gathering evidence against Fiona, Maeve was alone with Addy on the yacht to which Fiona had been invited.
As soon as Fiona boarded the boat, she sailed away from the coast and joined forces with Maeve to murder Addy. Maeve, on the other hand, set the entire thing up in order to obtain Fiona’s fingerprints on the pistol. Fiona attempted to burn down the ship while Maeve and Addy were aboard, but they were both saved by their friends, but Fiona, on the other hand, got into a fight with Bronwyn at the docks, when the cops arrived and detained her. We wonder what will happen in One of Us is Lying Season 3.
Cooper had secured the murder weapon with Fiona’s fingerprints on it, leading the authorities to assume Fiona was the one who killed Jake Riordan, and Fiona was poisoned in prison shortly after such a disclosure, and we may conclude that Cole was responsible. Addy’s mother, Ann Prentiss, had indicated previously in the book that the Riordan family owned half of the town, therefore it wouldn’t be difficult for Cole to use his power to put someone like Fiona in prison, and he may have assumed that someone like Fiona would try to blackmail him. Though these are only assumptions, One of Us is Lying Season 3 may throw further insight into the enigma.
Who is exposing secrets in One Of Us Is Lying?
Simon uses the app to spread rumors about his classmates at Bayview High School, as well as to reveal their lies and secrets. Bronwyn, Addy, and Cooper protest to Mr Avery, the science instructor who has placed all of them in detention, that the phones he took that morning were not theirs, so Bronwyn produces her phone as proof and Simon believes they were all framed.