Big Little Lies, the HBO paean to white feminism that brought national attention to the name Amabella is coming back for a second season, proving that no one is capable of leaving good enough alone. The news comes via Vulture, which reports that stars Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon have both signed on to executive produce and star in the seven-episode series. It will be written by David E. Kelley and based on a story “created” by Liane Moriarty, who wrote the source material for the first installment of BLL. While I’m relieved to hear that Moriarty’s on board for the second season and that we won’t be watching elaborate, big-budget fanfic, I’m still salty. We didn’t need a second season of this show. Joining the original cast—most of whom have signed on to be a part of the second series—are a few more new characters, including a woke teacher and a new friend for Jane (Shailene Woodley). Via a casting breakdown obtained by Vulture, the next season will also include Bonnie’s parents—perhaps an attempt to address the fact that the first season didn’t include much of the backstory about Bonnie’s character, therefore making her motivation to push Perry down… Read full this story
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