24-year-old Elvira Clancy enjoys her job writing obituaries but faces financial challenges when her newspaper slashes her salary. Forced to be paid per obituary, she stumbles upon a dark side – a hidden penchant for eliminating the town’s unpleasant residents, making it appear as accidents. As she delves deeper into her secret life, a new crime correspondent arrives, complicating her dual existence. Premiering on Hulu on November 21, “Obituary” is a dark comedy crime drama featuring Siobhán Cullen, Michael Smiley, Ronan Raftery, Danielle Galligan, and David Ganly. The series, created by Ray Lawlor, is directed by John Hayes and Oonagh Kearney, with production led by Nell Green.
About Obituary TV Show
In the darkly humorous and thrilling world of "Obituary," we meet Elvira Clancy, a 24-year-old with an unfulfilling job writing obituaries for her local newspaper. As the paper faces financial hardships, Elvira's salary is cut, and she is suddenly paid per obituary. However, a twist of fate reveals a previously hidden dark side within her. When she inadvertently dispatches a notorious troublemaker in town, she awakens to her own bloodlust. Embracing this newfound and deadly talent, Elvira devises ever more ingenious ways to eliminate the town's undesirable residents while masking their deaths as accidents. Her unconventional journey unfolds as a chilling and thrilling game of stalk, kill, publish, and repeat. Yet, just as Elvira gets comfortable with her sinister double life, a new and suspicious crime correspondent joins the newspaper. Matters take a complicated turn when Elvira finds herself drawn to this newcomer. "Obituary" is a dark comedy crime drama that promises to deliver a unique and gripping narrative. It premieres on Hulu on November 21, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in a world where writing obituaries takes an unexpected, dangerous twist.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.