The season two finale isn’t as earth-shattering as season one’s, but does wrap up most of the dangling threads.
In the courtroom, the Monterey Five witness the unexpected as something disastrous appears on their radar.
Scott and Tupper are still at each other’s throats — but at this point, the characters seem to enjoy their little feud as well.
This episode truly prospers when it explores the more grubby, icky contents of a marriage.
How would you cope if Meryl Streep was sniffing around the murder you committed?
You can't really have lies, big or little, without telling a few tales.
After the testing ground of the first season, a straightforward book adaptation, the second season of Big Little Lies is finding its own rhythm.
Bill Hader's careful dance between the worlds of acting and contract killing comes back stronger than ever.