Audiences won't see the footage of Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep's ice cream encounter until "Big Little Lies" returns in 2019, but the scene is already providing plenty of entertainment.
After Skarsgård’s win for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie was announced, he walked by his "Big Little Lies" co-star Nicole Kidman, and she gave him a congratulatory kiss ... on the lips.
Brown, whose Emmys acceptance speech was cut off after less than two minutes, lamented not being “pretty Australian white women who have already won Oscars.” In a good-natured way, of course. Kidman's acceptance speech for Best Actress for “Big Little Lies” ran over three minutes.
Netflix and HBO may have had the most nominations; Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Big Little Lies may have won the most major awards; but the person most on the minds and tongues of those with microphones at Sunday night’s Emmys Awards was President Trump. And before you dive down to the comments section to tell me that’s why you didn’t watch the show hosted by Stephen Colbert and that Hollywood is full of libtards, let me say I understand your reaction completely. ...
David E. Kelley adapts Stephen King's novel for the Audience Network with varied and vivid characters, and plenty of shocks and suspense.
We’ve just passed the halfway point of the year and already there have been a host of gasp-inducing, scream worthy, and jump-out-of-your-chair-and-fling-your-remote-at-the-screen scenes that remind us we’re in the second Golden Age of Television. So many, in fact, that we can’t wait for December to round them all up, so here are our 10 favorite firework moments of 2017 so far. WARNING: It’s all spoilers from here on out!
Nicole Kidman accidentally spilled the engagement information to the Edit, saying, “Well, I know Zoë because I was engaged to her father. It’s all in the family!"
TV has been taken over by #FreeTheP, which means male full frontal nudity is at an all-time high. So we gathered the best male nude scenes on TV recently.
Lately, television writers have been overestimating their audiences’ desire to see characters lose their lunch. From the prestige drama of HBO’s Big Little Lies and Game of Thrones to the teen tearjerker Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why to the outlandish comedy of Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet and Comedy Central’s Review, everyone is spilling their guts.
HBO premiered its seven-part limited series “Big Little Lies” on Sunday night. The show takes place in Monterey, Calif., and is told through the eyes of three mothers played by Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley.
Filled with an array of stars doing fine work with middling material, Big Little Lies is a pleasurable seven-episode HBO production that’s the equivalent of eating a box of expensive chocolates. Based on Liane Moriarty’s bestseller, Lies stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, and Laura Dern as women on the edge in Monterey, Calif.: Each has her own subplot of anguish and deceit. The tale immerses us in an ultra-wealthy Northern California town, where all the houses have magnificent views of the ocean, and the ocean gazes back at the malignant behavior of the homeowners.
Reese Witherspoon pushed to get the female-centric HBO miniseries “Big Little Lies” on the small screen, so it’s no surprise that she brought along a special plus-one — her daughter, Ava Phillippe — to Tuesday’s premiere.