Big Little Lies (2017– )
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Celeste makes a bold move; Madeline deals with fallout from her past; Jane learns who's really been hurting Amabella.

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Thea Cunningham
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Chloe Mackenzie
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Celeste makes a bold move; Madeline deals with fallout from her past; Jane learns who's really been hurting Amabella.

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rape | plot twist | twist ending | See All (3) »

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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2 April 2017 (USA)  »

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Adam Scott and James Tupper did not do their own singing during the karaoke scenes. Scott lip synced to Conor O'Brien's "The Wonder of You" and Tupper's vocal on "How's the World Treating You" was Daniel Agee. See more »

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References Fatal Attraction (1987) See more »

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How's the World Treating You?
(uncredited) (as "That's How the World Treating You?")
Written by Chet Atkins and Boudleaux Bryant
[Incorrectly attributed to Elvis Presley]
Performed by Daniel Agee
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Possibly one of the most satisfying finales to a show ever.
3 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode of Big Little Lies was simply outstanding. Throughout the course of the show we were introduced to many themes and story lines that seemed as if they would not be able to be wrapped up by the end of the shows short 7-episode run. This episode proved that wrong, as everything came to a conclusion. The performances by the entirety of the cast were stellar, most noticeably Nicole Kidman. She shined this episode and her seasoned experience as an actress showed. All of the other girls were fantastic as well. There's not much to be written without the use of a spoiler, so to summarize; it is so rare that in a finale everyone's questions are answered without the episode being lazy or obviously made for crowd-pleasing. This show clearly had a plan from the beginning and stuck to it. Big Little Lies was a fantastic show with an ending that will earn it some well-deserved Emmy nominations.


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