The drama miniseries “Big Little Lies” left the audience gasping for more at the end of season 2. Unfortunately, there is no news of “Big Little Lies Season 3” yet. With the introduction of Meryl Streep in the second season, the show lifted itself higher from its already lofty fanbase and the demand has already begun for the third season.
The series based on a 2014 novel by the same name written by Liane Moriarty. David E.Kelly is the creator and the writer of the show and it debuted on 19th February 2017 on HBO. The second season aired on 9th June 2019.
Release Date of “Big Little Lies Season 3”
Although the series was supposed to be a seven-episode miniseries, due to its immense popularity the creators were able to pull off a new arc to the story and successfully keep fans engaged with a gripping screenplay.
Actress Nicole Kidman who plays Celeste Wright in the series commented that the show will need the participation of author Lianne Moriarty and showrunner David E Kelley in order to construct a compelling script if season 3 were to make the cut. She also wants to have all the original cast members for the future seasons.
The Plot of the Show
The show follows five women in Monterey, California who become embroiled in a murder investigation.
Originally the show was meant to be a 7 episode miniseries, but its overwhelming popularity and huge success compelled the makers to produce a second season. If a third show is to be made, it will beckon the skills and talents of the likes of David E Kelly who has been remarkable in his older ventures as well.
The Cast of the Show
The show boasts of a star-studded cast. The cast members of the show include
- Reese Witherspoon as Madeline Mackenzie
- Nicole Kidman as Celeste Wright
- Shailene Woodley as Jane Chapman
- Alexander Skarsgard as Perry Wright
- Adam Scott as Ed Mackenzie
- Zoe Kravitz as Bonnie Carlson
- James Tupper as Nathan Carlson
- Laura Dern as Renata Klein
- Jeffrey Nordling as Gordon Klein
- Kathryn Newton as Abigail Carlson
- Iain Armitage as Ziggy Chapman
- Meryl Streep as Mary Louise Wright
The series has received critical acclaim, for its writing, directing, acting, cinematography, and soundtrack. The first season of the show also received 16 Primetime Emmy Award nominations and won eight, including Outstanding Limited Series and acting awards for Kidman, Skarsgard, and Dern. The trio also won Golden Globe Awards for the series. Kidman and Skarsgard also received Screen Actors Guild Awards for their performances in the show.