"Big Little Lies" is an American drama television series directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, Andrea Arnold and David E. Kelley.
The starring cast includes Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Alexander Skarsgård, Adam Scott, Zoë Kravitz, James Tupper, Jeffrey Nordling, Laura Dern, Kathryn Newton and others.

Here are "Big Little Lies" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Big Little Lies TV series?

HBO on Sunday, June 16, 2019 released the trailer for "Big Little Lies" you can watch here:
Big Little Lies: In The Weeks Ahead (Season 2) | HBO.

Plot summary

What is Big Little Lies TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Big Little Lies" TV series plot summary.

A darkly comedic tale of murder and mischief in the tranquil beachfront town of Monterey, Calif. Amidst doting moms, successful husbands, beautiful children, and stunning homes exists a community fueled by rumors and divided into haves and have-nots, exposing fractured relationships between husbands and wives, parents and children, and friends and neighbors. Told through the eyes of three mothers - Madeline (Reese Witherspoon), Celeste (Nicole Kidman) and Jane (Shailene Woodley) - the series' narrative explores society's myths regarding perfection and its romanticization of marriage, sex, parenting and friendship.


Who plays who in the Big Little Lies TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Big Little Lies" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Reese Witherspoon  as Madeline Martha Mackenzie
Nicole Kidman  as Celeste Wright
Shailene Woodley  as Jane Chapman
Alexander Skarsgård  as Perry Wright Celeste's husband
Adam Scott  as Ed Mackenzie Madeline's husband
Zoë Kravitz  as Bonnie Carlson Nathan's wife
James Tupper  as Nathan Carlson Madeline's ex-husband and Bonnie's husband
Jeffrey Nordling  as Gordon Klein Renata's husband
Laura Dern  as Renata Klein
Kathryn Newton  as Abigail Carlson Madeline and Nathan's daughter (season 2, recurring season 1)
Iain Armitage  as Ziggy Chapman Jane's son (season 2, recurring season 1)
Meryl Streep  as Mary Louise Wright Perry's mother (season 2)
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
Santiago Cabrera  as Joseph Bachman a theater director
Kelen Coleman  as Harper Stimson
Larry Sullivan  as Oren Berg
Sarah Sokolovic  as Tori Bachman Joseph's wife
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)
Douglas Smith  as Corey Brockfield Jane's love interest and co-worker at Monterey Bay Aquarium (season 2)
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)
Crystal Fox  as Elizabeth Howard Bonnie's mother (season 2)
Molly Hagan  as Dr. Moriarty Ziggy's child psychologist (season 1)
Martin Donovan  as Martin Howard Bonnie's father (season 2)
Mo McRae  as Michael Perkins a new second-grade teacher at Otter Bay Elementary (season 2)
Denis O'Hare  as Ira Farber Mary Louise's lawyer (season 2)
Poorna Jagannathan  as Katie Richmond Celeste's lawyer (season 2)
Becky Ann Baker  as Marylin Cipriani the judge in Celeste and Mary Louise's custody case (season 2)
Nelly Buchet  as Juliette
Joel Spence  as Matt
Khalilah Joi  as Young Elizabeth
Parker Croft  as Brent
Kimmy Shields  as Kelly
Mykal-Michelle Harris  as Young Bonnie
Tim True  as Detective Walt Gibson
Benai Boyd  as Puppeteer
Danielle Judovits  as Puppeteer
Chris Kauffmann  as Puppeteer
Ryan O'Connor  as Puppeteer
Richard Israel  as Theatrical Coordinator
Eve Gordon  as Dr. Danielle Cortland
Keisuke Hoashi  as Dr. Leo Chang
Stephen Graybill  as Saxon Baker
Eliza Shin  as Vice Principal Coolidge
Stacie Greenwell  as Lydia
Angela Ai  as Puppeteer
Anthony Zediker  as Accompanist
Christopher Backus  as Joe
Goreti Da Silva  as Clerk
Mark Adair-Rios  as Coach Bob
Asher McDonell  as 3-Year-Old Max
Sunday Rose Urban  as School Child
Faith Margaret Kidman-Urban  as School Child
Brayden McDonell  as 3-Year-Old Josh
Jeryl Prescott  as Cecilia
John Marshall Jones  as John Davidson
Chad Mountain  as Bailiff
Duvier Poviones  as Daniel
Carrie Wampler  as Lori
James Trevena  as Brad Gorcey
Travis Schuldt  as Michael Something
Libby Letlow  as Puppeteer
Mark Whitten  as Puppeteer
Samantha Baugnon  as Audrey Hepburn
Mia Coleman  as School Child
Gregory Garcia  as Concerned Parent
Annie Fitzgerald  as Tracy Rensing
Patrick St. Esprit  as Mayor Bartley
Teddy Blum  as Young Perry
Michael Andrew Baker  as Defense Attorney Steve Gartner
Linda Burzynski  as CHP Officer Lydia Seabrook
Adam Cropper  as Cashier
P. J. Byrne  as Warren Nippal the principal of Otter Bay Elementary
Maryfrances Careccia  as Agent Sparks
Mike Bradecich  as Carl Swallow
Howard Chan  as CHP Officer Joel Maron
Feodor Chin  as Kevin
Grant Davis  as Jason Raddick
Kerri Kenney  as Dr. Belinda Shea
Elizabeth Liang  as Federal Courtroom Deputy
Chris Aquilino  as Jeremy Laplant
Charles Maceo  as Agent Nelson
Darielle Dorsey  as Sarah
Lon Gowan  as Robert Johannson
Lola Langusta  as Disco DJ
Ron Brooks  as Detective Collins
Kayvon Esmaili  as Joel
Will Hawkes  as Esalen Husband
Lauren Lakis  as Yvonne
Katie Featherston  as Lilah LaPlant
Hartlyn Hilsman  as Child
Michael Laskin  as Dr. Howard Feldman
Preston Mui  as Choreographer
Scott Alan Smith  as Federal Prosecutor James Taylor
Maverick Thompson  as Raymond
Lacy Camp  as Secretary
Kate Rene Gleason  as Stacey
Jennifer Lafleur  as Fiona
Ashley Gonzales  as Bruna Barista
Harry Irby  as Detective
Bellina Logan  as Mindy
Bruce Nozick  as Walter Ruttenberg
Paul Nygro  as Kevin's Partner
Taylor Treadwell  as Young Mary Louise
Leonard Kelly-Young  as Judge Vincent Pagano
Benjamin Plessala  as Brian McPherson
Talia Toms  as Dr. Kristin Harris
Angela Al  as Puppeteer
Melinda Ratner  as Esalen Wife
Paull Walia  as David Roberts
Earl Young  as Earl Young
Lauren Glazier  as Dr. Megan Shapiro
Amanda Reed  as Diane
Jessica Villalba  as Nurse
Antwon M. Young  as The Trammps
Jerome Holloway  as Trivia Night Band Member
Alan Godshaw  as Concerned Parent
Lorenzo Rankins  as The Trammps
Davin Ringer  as Bailiff
Deb Snyder  as Marsha
Rob Banks  as Trivia Night Band Member
Mark Heidelberger  as Concerned Parent
Adrian L. Jackson  as The Trammps
Anil Kumar  as Dr. Scott Winslow
Daniel Yost  as Trivia Night Band Member
Larisa Kazanskaya  as Concerned Parent
Eliot Lorango  as Trivia Night Band Member
Michelle Lenhardt  as Concerned Parent
Christopher Stills  as Trivia Night Band Member
Talon Tears  as Concerned Parent
Anne Dereaux  as Trivia Night Backup Singer
Wendy Wang  as Trivia Night Backup Singer
Jessica Reagans  as Trivia Night Backup Singer
Jean-Phi Goncalves  as Trivia Night Music Arranger
Conor O'Brien  as Trivia Night Vocalist
Daniel Agee  as Trivia Night Vocalist
Jimmy Valley  as Trivia Night Vocalist
Claire Lawton  as Pedestrian Pacific Grove
Alfredo Tavares  as Parent
Benjamin Valic  as Looping
Asheesh Williams  as Beach Jogger


What are Big Little Lies filming details?

"Big Little Lies" series are produced by Hello Sunshine, Blossom Films, David E. Kelley Productions and Crazyrose (season 2).

The average duration of each episode is 45 - 58 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Big Little Lies TV series?

"Big Little Lies" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.5/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 93/100.

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