Big Little Lies was one of the biggest shows of 2017.
It was bursting at the seams with shocking twists, stellar writing and outstanding performances from all of the cast members.
When Big Little Lies Season 2 was confirmed, many speculated who would and wouldn't be returning for the highly anticipated follow-up.
With Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman already signed up to appear, many wondered whether Shailene Woodley would return as Jane.
Despite much of her storyline being wrapped up on Big Little Lies Season 1 Episode 7, it seems that murder bonds people together for life.
TV Line has confirmed that Woodley will be back for another season of twists and turns. It's still unclear at this stage whether Iain Armitage who played her son Ziggy will appear.
Armitage is busy with his series regular duties on The Big Bang Theory spinoff, Young Sheldon, so there's a good chance he will not be back.
The same report that confirmed Woodley's return, also confirms that Laura Dern and Zoë Kravitz will be back to weather the storm in the aftermath of Perry's murder.
The ladies will be facing the repercussions of the murder, and with Mery Streep on board as Perry's mother, they should probably watch their backs.
In addition to the exciting casting news, HBO has revealed some teases for the key characters.
- Celeste: Reeling from her husband Perry’s death, Celeste is adrift, but determined to fight for her family and find the woman she once was.
- Madeline: Finding that good intentions don’t always yield good consequences, Madeline confronts the truth of Perry’s death, while coming to terms with her own marriage and traditional notions of family.
- Jane: While processing Perry’s sudden death, Jane is trying to build a new life for herself and Ziggy.
- Renata: The epitome of control, Renata is now faced with new challenges in her marriage.
- Bonnie: Bonnie struggles with Perry’s death and is forced to face demons in her past.
As previously reported, Big Little Lies Season 2 will span seven episodes. It will be based on a story by Liane Moriarty.
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