Made by the creator of Desperate Housewives, the show has garnered comparisons to its predecessor as well as Netflix's Dead To Me, and frankly, that's all we need to hear to press 'play'.
Intrigued? Keep reading for everything you need to know about the show, from the plot to the cast and where you can stream it in Australia.
What Is the Plot of Why Women Kill?
Per the show's synopsis, Why Women Kill details the lives of three women living in three different decades: a housewife in the '60s, a socialite in the '80s, and a lawyer in 2019, each dealing with infidelity in their marriages. The series examines how the roles of women have changed, but their reaction to betrayal... has not.
Despite spanning multiple decades, the show is continuously set in the same mansion in the affluent Los Angeles neighbourhood of Pasadena, where each of the central characters lived during their time. It sets the backdrop for their stories to be intriguingly intertwined throughout the series, underscored by their shared experiences of betrayal.
Plot aside, the show is a visual feast (Lucy Liu's Dynasty-esque '80s outfits are giving us life) and its camp, melodramatic style of storytelling makes the whole thing feel deliciously escapist, like a TV version of Chicago's "Cell Block Tango" (if you know, you know).
But don't take our word for it, check out the trailer below to see for yourself.
WATCH BELOW: Why Women Kill Trailer
Who Is In The Cast Of Why Women Kill?
Why Women Kill is definitely not short on star power. Leads Lucy Liu (the '80s socialite), Ginnifer Goodwin (the '60s housewife) and Kirby Howell-Baptiste (previously on The Good Place), who plays the 2019 lawyer, all deliver stellar performances.
And the supporting cast is equally excellent, featuring Alexandra Daddario (Baywatch, the Percy Jackson film franchise), Jack Davenport (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Talented Mr. Ripley) Reid Scott (Veep).
Where To Watch Why Women Kill In Australia
Keen to give it a shot? You can catch the first season of Why Women Kill on SBS On Demand and 10 All Access in Australia.