After a three-year hiatus since Season 2's 2019 release, the lead actresses have hinted at the potential for a Season 3 revival
Big Little Lies
Last year, the OG actresses, Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, revealed some major news about Big Little Lies. Yes you guessed it right! The whispers are true! The Monterey Five are reuniting. During a recent interview, Kidman revealed that a brand new series of Big Little Lies is brewing. Even Witherspoon spilled about the possibilities of reuniting to The Hollywood Reporter, despite the fact that they will have some big troubles without director Jean-Marc Vallée after his death.
Big Little Lies story
In a fancy California town, some rich moms with kids in a fancy school seem to have perfect lives. But when a new mom arrives, their secrets spill out, things get messy, and someone even gets killed. Season 2 followed Mary’s worrying about Celeste's way of raising her kids. Madeline wants to fix things with Ed. Renata tries to be helpful to Celeste. Bonnie remembers bad things about her mom. Mary Louise surprises Celeste in a bad way. Bonnie thinks about how to stop feeling bad about something she did.
However, back in November 2022, Zoe Kravitz shared to GQ that there is no possibility of Season 3, due to the unfortunate death of Jean-Marc Vallée.
What did Nicole Kidman reveal?
This year in November, Nicole Kidman finally confirmed Season 3 by saying, “We will be bringing you a third one. I loved Big Little Lies because it sort of came along at a time in my life when I had my children and I was thinking I was going to retire”, at an event, organised by CME Group Tour Championship. Nicole also revealed to Deadline that she and Reese Witherspoon once again will co-produce the Season 3, just like last time.
What to expect from Season 3?
Big Little Lies Season 3 could delve deeper into Zoë Kravitz's captivating portrayal of Bonnie, the driving force behind the show's twisted secrets and lies. This exploration would amplify the series' signature theme – the stark contrast between guilt trip and the lavish privilege that defines its setting.