Australian-American actress and producer, Nicole Kidman and her colleague, Reese Witherspoon can’t keep calm as the proposed third season of ‘Big Little Lies’ set to hit the screens.
They can’t keep it out of their minds, as a matter of fact, they can’t keep it out of their DMs as they “text every day” about the next season of the TV show.
The show would premiere on HBO’s networks in February 2017 and has featured an incredible cast including Kidman and Witherspoon.
It also featured Shailene Woodley, Alex Skarsgard, Adam Scott, Zoe Kravitz, Meryl Streep and Laura Dern.
Big Little Lies focuses on five women who become entangled in a murder investigation in California.
It has received lots of praise for its writing, directing, production and acting but a new episode hasn’t aired since July 2019.
Nevertheless, the show is on the way back with Kidman and Witherspoon spearheading creative ideas.
The pair keep communicating daily about the upcoming series, which does not yet have a date for release.
Kidman said, “We can’t say anything more, we’ve got to start keeping our mouths shut, we’ve got to button it.”
Big Little Lies
The show is based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty, and was created by David E. Kelley.
It airs on HBO with the main characters including, Madeline Martha Mackenzie (played by Reese Witherspoon), Celeste Wright (Nicole Kidman), and Jane Chapman (Shailene Woodley).
Interestingly, the above mentioned characters are all dealing with various personal and family issues.
The narrative unfolds with a mysterious event at a school fundraiser, and the plot is structured around a police investigation that delves into the lives of the characters, revealing their intertwined histories and the events leading up to the incident.
The show explores themes such as domestic violence, friendship, parenting, and the facade of perfection in seemingly idyllic communities.
Kidman in a comment described herself as lucky.
She made the comments as she launched Expats, a six-part series for Amazon Prime Video which is directed by Lulu Wang and is based on The Expatriates by Janice Y. K. Lee.
It centers around women living in Hong Kong who are flung together after a sudden tragedy.
In Kidman’s words, “I’m so lucky to have the opportunities to be able to champion these sorts of filmmakers, i’m just so happy that I’ve been given the chance to do that and to be able to share it.”