Hulu hosting ‘Only Murders in the Building’ pop-up in NYC ahead of season 2 finale

NEW YORK CITY– Ahead of the Season 2 finale of the hit series Only Murders in the Building, starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez, Hulu is hosting a pop-up, “Third Arm Gallery: An Only Murders in the Building Experience,” for fans in New York City.

From within the walls of the Arconia to sitting in the famous Pickle Diner, the event, taking place in the Prince George Ballroom at Greenley Hall on Friday and Saturday, showcases an art exhibition full of twists and turns, secret passages, hidden galleries, Easter eggs and more.

The exhibit also features artwork from the series, including Bunny’s painting and Mabel’s chopped up statue.

Fans can even work on Mabel’s mural featuring Gomez’s Rare Beauty brand.

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Beyond the gallery, fans find themselves in an artistic take on the Arconia, from Charles’ apartment to a Bloody Mabel wall to Oliver’s favorite game Son of Sam.

Guests delve deeper into the story as they try to figure out who killed Bunny while posing for fun photo moments along the way.

The exhibition is open on Fridays from 4pm to 10pm, last entry 9.30pm, and on Saturdays from 11am to 9pm, last entry 8.30pm

All tickets are reserved, but there will also be a queue for everyone else on site.

The season 2 finale arrives August 23 on Hulu, which is owned by the same parent company as that ABC network.

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