This Thursday, March 26, M6 will launch “Why Women KIll”, a new American series created by Marc Cherry, featuring three women from three different eras who have to deal with infidelity in their relationship.
Starting this Thursday, March 26 at 9:05 p.m., M6 will launch the broadcast of Why Women Kill, the new creation by Marc Cherry, to whom we owe already Desperate Housewives, who had made M6’s heyday a few years ago. The series follows the fate of three women, evolving at three different times, as they face infidelity in their respective marriages. In the 1960s, Beth Ann, a housewife who experienced a tragedy, wisely waits for her husband in the evening when he cheats on her with a waitress. In the 80s, Simone, a working girl, discovers that her third husband is cheating on her … with a man. Finally, nowadays, Taylor, bisexual, tries the experience of the free couple with her husband.
On the casting side, it was Ginnifer Goodwin, who we discovered in Once Upon a Time, who plays the role of this housewife betrayed by her husband. The character of Simone is embodied by Lucy Liu who became known through her roles in Ally McBeal and the saga Charlie and her funny ladies, and who was for 7 years on the poster of Elementary (also broadcast on M6). Finally, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, seen in The Good Place, will play Taylor, this young modern woman with uninhibited sexuality. They will respond to Alexandra Daddario (Baywatch – Malibu Alert), Sam Jaeger (American Sniper), Jack Davenport (The Morning Show) and Reid Scott (Venom).