Big Little Lies (2017– )
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Burning Love 

Bonnie tells Nathan about Abigail's secret project; Jane confronts Renata; Ed and Madeline have a candid conversation about their lack of passion.


Jean-Marc Vallée


Liane Moriarty (based on the novel by), David E. Kelley (created by) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Reese Witherspoon ... Madeline Martha Mackenzie
Nicole Kidman ... Celeste Wright
Shailene Woodley ... Jane Chapman
Alexander Skarsgård ... Perry Wright
Adam Scott ... Ed Mackenzie
Zoë Kravitz ... Bonnie Carlson (as Zoe Kravitz)
James Tupper ... Nathan Carlson
Jeffrey Nordling ... Gordon Klein
Laura Dern ... Renata Klein
Iain Armitage ... Ziggy Chapman
Sarah Baker ... Thea Cunningham
Sarah Burns ... Gabrielle
P.J. Byrne ... Principal Nippal
Santiago Cabrera ... Joseph Bachman
Darby Camp ... Chloe Mackenzie


Bonnie tells Nathan about Abigail's secret project; Jane confronts Renata; Ed and Madeline have a candid conversation about their lack of passion.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

26 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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When Celeste is looking at the apt. for rent, it has beautiful oceanfront views, and the Realtor says that it's in SW Monterey. But, if you look on a map, only northern Monterey is on the coast - all of southern Monterey is inland, and thus could not have oceanfront views. See more »


Jane Chapman: I think I'm going insane... Like, I still hope that whoever he is is a nice guy. That, like, maybe that night was just a bad misunderstanding, or a night gone wrong, or he had a bad day, or his parents got in a car crash. I, like, make up these crazy excuses because I'm so desperate to believe that Ziggy's father is actually a good person.
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Performed by Janis Joplin
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"The Food ain't tasty"
16 September 2017 | by parthpant19See all my reviews

Whenever a shocking scene comes in BLL, I am not surprised. Having seen 6 episodes you do realize that it can get really nasty all of a sudden.

What my real issue has been- that all along BLL was shown as a murder mystery all along and the first 4 episodes were moving with that ominous tone but now it feels like the show is isn't an Agatha Christie thrill ride- its a psychological and social drama about the lives of three mothers and the different issues they have had. Shailene Woodley gets her bite of cake in this episode and so does Zoë Kravitz who had been thrown into the background for this long. Skarsgård impresses as he has in previous episodes.

The episode was in fact great and the tension in the get together scene was well showcased. The episode did get a little cheesy at points but it only enhanced the plot. Lets see the surprise the finale has!

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