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Kumail Nanjiani set to star in ‘Only Murders in the Building’

Kumail Nanjiani has joined the star-studded cast of Only Murders in the Building for their fourth season on Hulu.

Much of Nanjiani’s character remains a mystery, but the Pakistani American actor has secured a recurring role essential to the plot.

According to Variety, Nanjiana joins the list of experienced actors who are joining season four Eugene Levy, Eva Longoria, and Molly Shannon. They will appear alongside the protagonists played by Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez.

Martin, Short, and Gomez act as executive producers, alongside Dan Foegelman and Jess Rosenthal. Creators, Martin and Hoffman, made drama-comedy with the help of the 20th Television Studio.

With The Only Murders in the Building’s success, Nanjiani’s character will play a big role in season four’s murder mystery, Outlook reports. This will be the comedian actor’s return to Hulu after starring in their limited series Welcome to Chippendales and History of the World, Part II.

The release of the fourth season is still unknown but is anticipated to air this November or December.

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