'Big Little Lies' Season Two Now Has A UK Release Date
Big Little Lies season one was one of the biggest TV events of 2017, and it's been a big wait for it to come back. But fans have now been treated to both a full trailer and a release date for the new season.
Starring Nicole Kidman, Zoë Kravitz, Shailene Woodley, Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern and Meryl Streep, the star-studded cast recently enjoyed their season premiere on the red carpet.
And now Sky Atlantic has now given us a UK release date, tweeting that the first episode of Big Little Lies season two will be shown on the channel at 2am on Monday, 10th June. It will be airing in the US on HBO at 9pm on the same day.
There's also going to be a much more acceptable repeat at 9pm the same day.
The trailer sees the women navigating the aftermath of Perry's death as Meryl Streep (playing Mary Louise Wright, Perry's mother) lets on that she maybe knows more than the girls want her to about the part they played in his death.
In a three second teaser released by HBO to introduce Meryl's character, we hear her saying: "I want to know what happened that night."
It's clear that she's not going to make things easy for the women of Monterey.
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Nicole Kidman on the Big Little Lies group chat: "I think I'm the only one who sends emojis. Reese, I guess you send a couple?"
Reese: "Ehh. I like a gif."
- Caroline Darya Framke (@carolineframke) May 29, 2019
"You left some things out, didn't you? You were planning to leave him. And you learned of his infidelity just ten seconds before he died. You left that out, too," she adds.
Other new cast members include Crystal Fox and Mo McRae, who will play Bonnie's mother Elizabeth and teacher Michael Perkins respectively.
5. #BigLittleLies: The Monterey Five show the Manhattan Four how to keep a secret. 7 episodes to binge in 10 days ahead of season two premiering 10 June. Easy, right? :ok_hand: pic.twitter.com/VbBmLxlHnt- Sky Atlantic (@skyatlantic) May 30, 2019
The entire original cast is back for season two, too, but it isn't yet known whether or not Alexander Skarsgård reprised his role as Celeste's abusive husband Perry in season two.
Reese recently said that the season would provide "the opportunity to delve deeper into the lives of these intriguing and intricate Monterey families".
We can't wait to find out what happens next.
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