Quibi has picked up the second season of Murder House Flip, whose real crime comes from Josh Burman (CSI), Chris King (Penny Dreadful), writer Catherine Ramsland and Sony Pictures TV.
While the season of Murder House Flip hasn’t come out for three months, Quoby has already announced that the show will be getting its second season. If that’s correct More bloody murder stories are underway after the magical changes of Major Mikel Welch and Joelle Uzzell.
If you’re unfamiliar with Murder House Flip, it basically complements True Crime:
The show was produced by Josh Burman (of CSI and Bones), Chris King (of Penny Dreadful), and writer Catherine Ramsland. And if you think they’ll kill the first season lightly (and slowly create more disturbing stories), you’re wrong. In the first episode of the show, Welch and Uzel renovate a house where Seven … Seven! .. the murders took place.
He was still very shocked. Yet despite the terrible history of these houses, Welch and Uzzell were not only using the power of design to give these families a better and brighter place but were finally able to help them heal. The program called on forensic and metaphysical experts to help facilitate these changes.
The other major details of Murder House Flip season 2:
At the moment, there is no information yet on the release date of the second season, but the first appeared at the launch of the streaming platform last April. Season 1 had a total of 12 episodes, but featured only four houses, as each story is divided into three parts. There is less of a “quick bite” meaning that all video content in the app is less than 10 minutes long.
This is no different for Murder House Flip. In fact, due to lack of time, the show limits its story to the crimes that have been committed in each of the houses represented.
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