‘Search Party’ Season 2 Teased in Alfred Hitchcock-Themed Poster Art (Photos)

Series star Alia Shawkat has teased upcoming episodes as “Hitchcock paranoia”

For anyone who loves a good murder mystery, the first season of TBS’ Brooklyn-set hipster series “Search Party” filled a certain Nancy Drew-shaped void last year.

Season 2 is quickly approaching (how is it already September?) and it looks like this year an Alfred Hitchcock-shaped void will be filled. Each poster hearkens back to a classic Hitchcock film, with the tagline “I miss when my problems were about nothing.”

In Season 1, Dory (Alia Shawkat) and her gang — played by John Early, Brandon Michael Hall and Meredith Hagner and John Reynolds — end up (spoiler!) killing someone, so the follow-up is sure to be a lot darker than the Nancy Drew-inspired whodunnit feel of the first season.

In a season that Shawkat called “Hitchcock paranoia,” the posters reference classic thrillers like “Vertigo” (1958), “The Man Who Knew Too Much” (1956), “Strangers on aTrain” (1951), “The Birds” (1963), “Psycho” (1960),  “North By Northwest” (1959), and “Charade” (1963) among others.

See the posters below, which were exclusively released on Refinery29.