The stars of ‘Big Little Lies’ dish on working together on hit show

In their only joint interview, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz sat down with ABC News’ Deborah Roberts to discuss the show’s second season.

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49 thoughts on “The stars of ‘Big Little Lies’ dish on working together on hit show

  1. This show was tv at its absolute FINEST. From the production as a whole and the character development to the writing and directing to the acting and cinematography. The show was a gem and I’m so glad it exists and I got to watch it. I really hope they make a third season cause I really don’t want this story to just end.

  2. She is such brilliant act. Her character is so vile.. And the way she deliver it is such an artistry where, she could be fucking mean in calmness way yet, try to snide and poke you with come backs.. … Everyone can be a bitch, but Mary Louis is more than that, she is the epiphany of trident snake, such twisted personality.. And Meryl is acting it so beautifully.. Ahhaha You could see all the actress.. A little bit uncomfortable to act and be mean to her because it's Meryl, but when she delivers her character.. It's so strong you forget she's Merly and you can see the actress's eyes and as if they could feel her character, getting into them. She's acting with, Reese, Laura, shay and Nichole are really disgusted to her character hahaha….

  3. I think it is the most interesting show that HBO had for a long time. Great actresses, nice friendship, real human behavier and so much more. Why not to continue? To replace it with somr kind of junk?

  4. how happy I am, as a man, to see progress in all areas when it comes to women. I think there should be more unity and may this show be an example of how women should empower each other and work as a collective! hoping this show continues

  5. When I think of all the great series I have enjoyed with abandon, I realize (again) that they rotated around male characters to the the detriment of the female characters: The Sopranos, Breaking Bad, and Silicon Valley (which is probably the worst in this category). Then I go back to Sex in the City and how revolutionary the show was, creating a seemingly new vehicle for female ensemble casts. This idea is not new of course – Cukor, Bergman and Hitchcock were perpetually fascinated by the so-called female enigma and spent many years and miles of film trying to unravel it.

    SITC lifted that veil once and for all. Perhaps Big LIttle Lies owes a gigantic nod to SITC? Drama or comedy – it does not matter – both casts captured the time and place exquisitely, aided by amazing writing and high production values. Here's praying that David Kelley doesn't screw up the ending in Season 3.

  6. We need more series and movies dealing with REAL ISSUES like abuse and relationships, centering around females!! Enough fake CG violence and action stuff!! Let's get everyone talking about bad parenting and it's effects on generations!!

  7. Really hope there is a season 3. This show is great. This season I really liked episode 2 & episode 6. All the actresses are great, but I particularly like Laura Dern. She’s so intense when she’s angry.

  8. Although I'm a guy. I love this show and so starstruck with their performance.

    And coincidentally, the relationship between my mother and sister currently strained. And this show helped me to understand what my mother had been through in her life. She's not perfect, but I'm ok with that.

  9. It’s not just women empowerment, this is one of the most in-depth script I see exploring the complex dynamics between characters especially with abuse, I never could understand there would have been so many layers with some abusive relationship.

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