Air Date: February 19th, 2017
The stories of three mothers of first-graders whose seemingly perfect lives begin to unravel to the point of murder.
Genres: Drama, Miniseries
Season 1 - Episode 7 : You Get What You Need Apr 2, 2017
After another fight, Celeste makes a bold move; before the school's fall fundraiser, Madeline deals with fallout from her past; Jane learns who has really been hurting Amabella at school.
Season 1 - Episode 6 : Burning Love Mar 26, 2017
Madeline worries about the can of worms she created for Jane; Jane confronts Renata; Bonnie tells Nathan about Abigail's secret project; Ed and Madeline discuss the lack of passion in their marriage.
Season 1 - Episode 5 : Once Bitten Mar 19, 2017
Madeline receives encouraging news about the play from her director, but his newly icy demeanor concerns her; Principal Nippal and Ms. Barnes talk to Jane about Ziggy and Amabella; Dr. Reisman examines Celeste's relationship with Perry.
Season 1 - Episode 4 : Push Comes to Shove Mar 12, 2017
Nathan invites Madeline and Ed to dinner to discuss a "parenting paradigm" for Abigail; Celeste prepares for a city-council meeting about Madeline's play; Jane meets with Ziggy's teacher; Madeline unearths a key player from Jane's past.
Season 1 - Episode 3 : Living the Dream Mar 5, 2017
In an effort to get under Renata's skin, Madeline organizes a trip to compete with Amabella's birthday party; Celeste falls for Perry's charms before their first session with the therapist; Principal Nippal announces the Fall Gala Fundraiser theme.
Thanks to the stellar work of Vallee, Kelley and the top-flight cast, Big Little Lies, like its characters, delivers a high-sheen surface. But, unlike some self-consciously glum prestige TV dramas, Big Little Lies isn't afraid to be entertaining, mixing intimate, dark drama with sly social commentary. It's one of the best shows of this still-young year. Show More
There’s a lot of melodramatic threatening. There are heated parent-teacher conferences so baldly unbelievable, you’ll have a hard time deciding which side deserves to be disciplined more. Still, the damn thing is irresistible. The performances crackle, and each of the lead women forges her own brand of indelible unhappiness. Show More
The show’s strength is that it makes the experience of inevitable catastrophe so watchable, like being enraptured by a car-crash in slow motion. You live with creeping dread, and so do the characters. Show More