Big Little Lies
Amanda Dobbins and Mina Kimes discuss Gordon’s case and how Renata cannot be not rich
In a fast-moving episode, Renata’s husband goes down for insider trading, Bonnie’s mom comes to town, and the secrets harbored by the Monterey Five begin to spill out
More specifically: What is up with her and that lighter?!
Discussing the return of ‘Big Little Lies’ and the arrival of Meryl Streep in the series, Fox’s latest X-Men film, and more
We break down the social media presences of Reese Witherspoon, Zoë Kravitz, Laura Dern, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley
The first ladies of Monterey—plus Meryl Streep—are back, with a whole new set of problems, guilty consciences, and backhanded compliments
The mystery has become a cover-up, and Amanda Dobbins and Mina Kimes are here to analyze the Monterey Five’s performance as they face off against Meryl Streep
Including a discussion of Detective Meryl’s role and an initial foray into the world of Monterey real estate
In 2017, the HBO miniseries, packed to the gills with massive celebrities, was proof of the heights TV could reach. Two years later, the show isn’t a miniseries at all, with a surprise second season that both transcends and adheres to the norms of traditional television.
She mistakenly joined the board of PayPal, she nearly burned a town to the ground to defend her daughter Amabella, and after witnessing the most crucial moment of Season 1, she may now be more friend than foe
Reese Witherspoon’s character tends to her grudges "like little pets." What can we expect from the drama-loving queen bee of Monterey in Season 2?
High on the list of to-dos for Season 2: delve into the most underdeveloped member of the Monterey Five
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Now the show’s seemingly unnecessary Season 2 is sure to be a success
It could start production in spring 2018
Even though HBO’s latest hit was a miniseries, talk about another season is flaring up. Do we really need one? The Ringer staff weighs in.
Reese and Co. didn’t forget about that dead body at the PTA event
Celeste’s forehand told us more about her husband than any scene before it
Everything is perfect — except the mess of wind and fog and salt spray on the shore
The portrait of a Silicon Valley power marriage is scary accurate
Parsing the clues in the first episode