Big Little Lies, Season 2

Big Little Lies, Season 2

Big Little Lies

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2019-06-09
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 9
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 24.99


Trouble returns to Monterey, CA. As relationships unravel, loyalties erode, and the potential for emotional and bodily injury still looms large, HBO's smash-hit series is back for a second season. On the surface, everything seems the same in the seaside town. But the night of the school fundraiser changed all that, leaving the community reeling, and the "Monterey Five"--Madeline (Reese Witherspoon), Celeste (Nicole Kidman), Jane (Shailene Woodley), Renata (Laura Dern) and Bonnie (Zoe Kravitz)—bonding together to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives. Meanwhile, Perry's grieving mother, Mary Louise Wright (Meryl Streep), comes to town in search of answers in her son's death.


Title Time Price
1 What Have They Done? 44:10 USD 2.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Tell-Tale Hearts 53:34 USD 2.99 Buy on iTunes
3 The End of the World 44:31 USD 2.99 Buy on iTunes
4 She Knows 45:52 USD 2.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Kill Me 44:54 USD 2.99 Buy on iTunes
6 The Bad Mother 48:40 USD 2.99 Buy on iTunes
7 I Want to Know 50:00 USD 2.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Big Little Lies, Season 2: Trailer 02:00 Free Buy on iTunes
9 The Lies Revealed: A Conversation with t 36:58 Season Only Buy on iTunes


  • Boring compared to season 1

    By LT-DFW
    The second season had potential;but, it just failed to get a good plot going. The new characters are weak too - save yourself time and not watch this season. The ending was such a let down. Stop with season 1. I hope the writers make a huge change or just stop where they are.
  • Oh My God

    By Abby Payne
    People quit saying what happens in the show because I wanna watch the show because I have never seen it before so people quit saying stuff that happens in the the show ok so please don’t ruin it for me
  • Audio Problems

    By Mission Accomplished
    This series sometimes has a bad mix of boomy sound and garbled whispers. I tried watching it on TV and then on the computer with headphones and I'm not enjoying it. The parts where the audio doesn't interfere with the viewing experience are of course, great! Lots of tension and Reese isn't helping (haha).
  • Absolutely amazing show!

    By Susan-Ann
    Absolutely positively love every Actress in this show. Each lady plays their individual role very well. Love all the characters and the story line it’s great. In my book the show can last forever. I just wish all the actresses & writers will continue doing new season.
  • Great TV!!!

    By Beethovenstrasse4
    Wonderfully written and acted!!!! So enjoyable!!
  • BLL

    By dkhgn
    Meryl Streep was a phenomenal addition to the show!
  • Love it

    By ama orlich
  • Nicole, Meryl, hmmm Golden Globes👏

    Great show, thank you for season 2. Now maybe 3?🙏 Nicole, Golden Globe for best actress in a series👍 Meryl, Golden Globe for best supporting in a series👍 Laura Dern, you did it in the finale👏 Zoe, Shalene, and Reese, brilliant! And a nod to Crystal Fox, great casting👏and all the men and kids, these kids can act. The twins 👍 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 stars! MERYL STREEP IS A LIVING LEGEND, AND AN ICON❤️ few and far between will ever come close in the acting category. Nicole Kidman is on her way, bravo😉
  • Why acting makes a difference!

    By Imagination
    Didn't you hate (love) Streep! A story that was good made great by Nichole Kidman, Meryl Streep and more. You know after 20 years of watching Nichole Kidman it's hard to believe she's getting better and better!
  • Release the Andrea Arnold Cut

    By t(h)inker
    I must say that the subject matter, along with the fact that it serves as a vehicle for so many talented people, is quite significant. But, recently Indiewire's Chris O'Falt raised an issue around how the season's director Andrea Arnold was treated, a story since picked up by the LA Times, Elle, and othes. According to the Chris O'Falt article from July 12, 2019 it seems Arnold was stripped of editorial control, and Vallee reshot some sceenes and cut the film. Needless to say I don't like the fact that Andrea Arnold was treated this way. I find this unacceptable, and symptomatic to what is being done to women on a daily basis in many professional fields and places of employment. This has to end. On another note, I was also dissatisfied with Meryl Streep's performance. With all due respect, her work is so well-rehearsed and mechanical, you can see it laid out before you like an exercise routine. She knows which facial muscles to move to give a certain impression, and she moves them. I am not trying to dismiss her entire body of work. But here, it was painfully obvious it's the Actress who showed up, asserting her craft - and her craft only - through her role. She may have devised her own paint-by-the-numbers scheme, but I cannot help seeing her work here as filling in the spaces between the lines.