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Big Little Lies is an American drama television series based on the 2014 novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty. Created by David E. Kelley, it premiered on HBO on February 19, 2017. The seven-episode first season was written by Kelley and directed by Jean-Marc Vallée. Despite being originally billed as a miniseries, HBO renewed the series for a second season.[2] Production on the second season began in March 2018 and it premiered on June 9, 2019.[3][4] All seven episodes were written by Kelley and directed by Andrea Arnold.[5]

Big Little Lies stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, and Zoë Kravitz, and tells the story of five women in Monterey, California, who become embroiled in a murder investigation. Alexander Skarsgård, Adam Scott, James Tupper, Jeffrey Nordling, Kathryn Newton, and Iain Armitage feature in supporting roles. Meryl Streep joined the main cast for the second season.

The series has received critical acclaim, particularly for its writing, directing, acting, cinematography, and soundtrack. Its first season received 16 Primetime Emmy Award nominations and won eight, including Outstanding Limited Series, and acting awards for Kidman, Skarsgård, and Dern. The trio also won Golden Globe Awards in addition to a Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film win for the series. Kidman and Skarsgård also received Screen Actors Guild Awards for their performances. 

Cast and characters



  • Darby Camp as Chloe Mackenzie, Madeline and Ed's daughter
  • Cameron Crovetti as Josh Wright, Celeste and Perry's son
  • Nicholas Crovetti as Max Wright, Celeste and Perry's son
  • Chloe Coleman as Skye Carlson, Bonnie and Nathan's daughter
  • Ivy George as Amabella Klein, Renata and Gordon's daughter
  • Merrin Dungey as Detective Adrienne Quinlan
  • Robin Weigert as Dr. Amanda Reisman, Perry and Celeste's therapist
  • P. J. Byrne as Warren Nippal, the principal of Otter Bay Elementary
  • Santiago Cabrera as Joseph Bachman, a theater director
  • Sarah Sokolovic as Tori Bachman, Joseph's wife
  • Kelen Coleman as Harper Stimson
  • Larry Sullivan as Oren
  • Gia Carides as Melissa
  • Larry Bates as Stu
  • Sarah Baker as Thea Cunningham (season 1)
  • Kathreen Khavari as Samantha (season 1)
  • Sarah Burns as Gabrielle (season 1)
  • Hong Chau as Jackie (season 1)
  • David Monahan as Bernard (season 1)
  • Molly Hagan as Dr. Moriarty, Ziggy's child psychologist (season 1)
  • Virginia Kull as Ms. Barnes, the children's elementary-school teacher (season 1)
  • Joseph Cross as Tom, Madeline and Celeste's favorite café owner (season 1)
  • Douglas Smith as Corey Brockfield, Jane's love interest and co-worker at Monterey Bay Aquarium (season 2)
  • Mo McRae as Michael Perkins, a new second-grade teacher at Otter Bay Elementary (season 2)
  • Crystal Fox as Elizabeth Howard, Bonnie's mother (season 2)
  • Martin Donovan as Martin Howard, Bonnie's father (season 2)
  • Poorna Jagannathan as Katie Richmond, Celeste's lawyer (season 2)
  • Denis O'Hare as Ira Farber, Mary Louise's lawyer (season 2)
  • Becky Ann Baker as Marylin Cipriani, the judge in Celeste and Mary Louise's custody case (season 2)




On August 6, 2014, Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon were announced to have optioned the screen rights to Liane Moriarty's novel Big Little Lies. The actresses were expected to develop the project as a film in which they would both star. Bruna Papandrea and Per Saari were set to executive produce alongside Kidman and Witherspoon. Moriarty was also expected to produce.[20] On November 25, 2014, Kidman and Witherspoon announced they had decided to develop the project into a limited television series instead of the originally planned film. Additionally, the television series would be written by David E. Kelley.[21] On May 8, 2015, HBO had given the production a series order and that in addition to writing, Kelley would also executive produce.[22] On October 23, 2015, Jean-Marc Vallée was reported to be in talks to direct the first episode of the series with the potential to direct more.[23] On December 17, 2015, it was announced that Vallée would direct all seven episodes of the series.[24] On November 28, 2016, the series was set to premiere on February 19, 2017.[25]

The show was initially conceived of and billed as a miniseries[26] of seven episodes. In the wake of the Emmy nominations, Reese Witherspoon said: "As of right now, I think it's pretty whole. I feel really good about where it is, and if this is all it ever was, it's a beautiful thing we all accomplished together",[27] while Vallée came out strongly against the idea of producing a second season: "There's no reason to make a season two. That was meant to be a one-time deal, and it's finishing in a way where it's for the audience to imagine what can happen. If we do a season two, we'll break that beautiful thing and spoil it".[28] Later, when the show garnered an array of critical accolades, he changed his mind: "It'd be great to reunite the team and to do it. Are we going to be able to do it, altogether? I wish."[29]

Second season

In July 2017, two weeks after the series was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series, HBO revealed that a second season was possible, and that Moriarty had been asked to write a story for it.[30] In December 2017, after the Critics' Choice Television Award and Golden Globe Award nomination voting periods were over,[31] HBO officially renewed the series for a seven-episode second season to be written by Kelley, directed by Andrea Arnold,[32] and based on a new novella by Moriarty.[26] Vallée remains an executive producer of the series.[33] Meryl Streep joined the cast as the mother of Alexander Skarsgård's character.[34]

The announcement of the second season, and—specifically—its timing, enraged the producers of rival shows that were competing for award nominations in the limited series category, particularly since the announcement was made after voting for the Critics' Choice Awards and Golden Globe Awards had ended. The Producers Guild of America restarted voting for the 2018 PGA Awards, reclassifying the show from a limited series to a drama series.[35][36]

In July 2019, it was reported by IndieWire that director Andrea Arnold lost creative control after filming had completed, and it was given to season 1 director Jean-Marc Vallée in an attempt to unify the style between the seasons. Arnold was initially promised by HBO that the show would be done in her vision, including post-production, and was unaware that Vallée would edit the footage she had shot. Once Vallée completed his work on Sharp Objects, he took over the editing process along with his own editorial team in Montreal. HBO also ordered 17 more days of additional photography, to be filmed by Arnold, but overseen by Vallée. Significant reworking of the episodes also took place, where episodes were shortened.[37] In response, HBO programming president Casey Bloys stated, "There's a lot of misinformation around that subject" and "the director typically does not have final creative control". Bloys clarified that Vallée came back to "hone the episodes" after being asked by the entire producing team, including Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, and that they were clear with Arnold about how the process would work from the start.


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