Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building is finally back for the long-awaited season 2 with new faces like Amy Schumer and Cara Delevigne.
However, one passage from the sequel premiere episode is frowned upon. The scene may have implied that Schumer sued film producer Judd Apatow.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Did Amy Schumer sue Judd Apatow?
Amy Schumer’s character is introduced within 15 minutes of the opening episode where she sees her clash with Oliver Putnam.
During the conversation, Putnam asks Schumer if she is suing him.
The Parks and Recreation star jokingly replies, ‘No, I only sued Judd Apatow.’
This particular caught the attention of fans and made them wonder if the 41-year-old actress has sued Apatow.
However, Schumer hasn’t publicly sued the filmmaker, so it’s just the series’ dialogue.
Relationship between Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow
Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow previously worked together on the 2015 romantic comedy film Trainwreck, starring Bill Hader.
Schumer wrote and starred in his feature film debut while Apatow served as director.
The comedy went on to gross a whopping $140.8 million at the worldwide box office. Schumer was even nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance.
Nonetheless, many believe the duo are very close and consider Apatow to be the mentor role of the actress during her transition from stand-up comedy to the big screen.
Also, the pair never went public, proving that Schumer didn’t actually sue Apatow.
Everything we know about The Building’s Murders Season 2
The sequel to Only Murders in the Building releases on Disney+ and Hulu on Tuesday, June 28.
The story begins where it left off in the last episode of the first season with jaw-dropping cliff hangers.
Charles-Haden Savage (Steve Martin); Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez) and Oliver Putnam (Martin Short) are embroiled in a new investigation when another murder takes place in a New York apartment complex.
Also this season, the gang is targeted behind their backs after being accused of the death of Arconia Architectural Council president Bunny Folger.
The podcast trio is a race against time as you must find and name the real killer before your apartment neighbors think they’re responsible for the crime.