Why Women Kill

Aired: Sep 05, 2019 , Thursday at 3:00 on CBS All Access

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Episode Summary: Beth Ann takes a walk on the wild side with April, leading to an interesting evening at a dinner party with Rob's boss. Tommy wants to put a label on his relationship with Simone but a visit from Simone's daughter Amy threatens to derail everything. Life in the throuple gets rocky for Taylor, Jade and Eli when they get mixed up with Jade's crazy ex-boyfriend more
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From 'Dead To Me' to 'Why Women Kill,' Angry Women are Getting Their Due on TV

Angry women, this is your time. At least on TV. From such classic sitcoms as “The Honeymooners” to more modern multicams including “Everybody Loves Raymond,” lead female characters were more often than not portrayed as foils or just general counterpoints to their husbands. Sometimes this was portrayed through hysterical antics; more commonly it was through a straight-woman role — one tinged with disapproval. Television comedies centered on romance or female friendships have tended to offer a reprieve from such small boxes, ... more

Why Women Kill Season Finale Recap: How to Get Away With Murder

If the title of the show weren’t already a clue, let’s get something straight about the Why Women Kill season finale: There’s a whole lotta death. The CBS All Access dramedy — which has already been renewed — wrapped up its first season on Thursday, after weeks of teasing us about which characters would ultimately kick the bucket. (If you predicted Jade, Karl, Rob and Ralph as the finale’s victims, you might want ... more

'Why Women Kill' Renewed for Season 2 by CBS All Access

Ahead of its first season finale, Marc Cherry’s “Why Women Kill” has been renewed by CBS All Access for Season 2, which is set to follow “a new set of characters dealing with acts of betrayal,” the streaming service said Wednesday. The first season of the darkly comedic, drama anthology series stars Lucy Liu, Ginnifer Goodwin and Kirby Howell-Baptiste. Additional cast members include Jack Davenport, Sam Jaeger, Reid Scott, Alexandra Daddario, Sadie Calvano, Leo Howard, Al... more

 
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