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Netflix Confirms That Murder Mystery 2 Is Happening

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Netflix Confirms That Murder Mystery 2 Is Happening

Netflix has confirmed that Murder Mystery 2 is in the works.

The streaming site announced the hotly-anticipated sequel to the comedy crime caper, with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston reprising their roles.

The exciting news was confirmed during the TUDUM: A Netflix Global Fan Event this evening (25 September).

And according to Netflix, fans can expect "another international adventure full of intrigue and hijinks" from the second instalment - but so far, that's all we know about the plot of the upcoming sequel.


The 2019 flick saw Sandler play the thrifty New York cop Nick Spitz, and Aniston as his wife, Audrey, a hairdresser.

Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

The couple's characters go on vacation but somehow end up getting framed for the murder of an elderly rich fella on board a billionaire's yacht.

Audrey, a murder mystery novel fan, and Nick then set about trying to clear their names and uncover the real killer.


With a sprinkling of Sandler's famous slapstick comedy, the movie was met with rave reviews - from fans at least - and proved an absolute smash hit, with more than 70 million households streaming it in the first month alone.

Even in the first three days of its release, it was watched by more than 30 million accounts - which was the biggest opening weekend ever for a Netflix film, as the streaming site recently gloated via its comedy account on Twitter, Netflix Is A Joke.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Entertainment, US Entertainment, Netflix

Dominic Smithers
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