Big Little Lies Season 2 Streams Live July in the UK


Big Little Lies streaming in the United Kingdom

After the shocking Season 1 finale of Big Little Lies, the HBO series returns to your screens this month to continue where it left off. Now dubbed as the ‘Monterey Five’, Madeline, Celeste, Jane, Bonnie, and Renata attempt to move on with their lives after that ‘fateful’ incident. It’ll prove to be harder, which should be expected, especially with Perry’s suspicious mother Mary Louise asking the hard questions.

Big Little Lies is Back

How long before the main characters, haunted by a shared secret and plagued by their struggles, continue to live a lie? Season 2 will introduce more storylines with the aftermath of Perry’s death at the centre of it all – as it should be – since his mother played by Meryl Streep has come to Monterey to stir up trouble. Emotions and relationships will deteriorate as the Monterey Five persists in burying an inescapable truth and fights to survive, or will they? Catch Season 2 of Big Little Lies now streaming on Now TV

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Now with a big, major lie to hide, Madeline, Celeste, Jane, Bonnie, and Renata will face the repercussions of Perry’s death in the form of nerve-wrenching guilt. Bonnie wants to unburden herself from the lies and viewers learn how her trauma triggered her actions at the night of the party. Madeline is on the verge of losing her marriage, while Renata’s future and that of her family is threatened after her husband became involved in a crime. Celeste deals with Perry’s mother Mary Louise while still haunted by Perry’s abuse, and Jane attempts to start a romantic relationship with a coworker. She finds it hard to be intimate with someone as her past continues to torment her. 

Big Little Lies Season 2 will still delight viewers with its ensemble cast featuring Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley, and Zoë Kravitz especially with the inclusion of Meryl Streep to the main cast as Perry’s mother, Mary Louise. Catch the new episodes of Big Little Lies now available for instant streaming on Now TV. Get the Entertainment Pass and enjoy access to over 300 Box Sets On Demand.  

How to watch the first season of Big Little Lies

How to watch the first season of Big Little Lies

The first season of Big Little Lies is available on Now TV. You can also stream anytime, anywhere on your device and watch instantly on over 60 devices. Even better, you can take advantage of Now TV’s 7 day trial to watch some episodes of Big Little Lies as part of the Entertainment Pass for free. Alternatively, you can catch the previous instalments of Big Little Lies, available when you sign up for a Sky TV package to access the Sky Atlantic channel. Sky’s standard TV package also brings you to over 300 channels on your Sky Q box

What to Watch After Big Little Lies

Season 2 of Big Little Lies wrapped up after seven episodes. With Season 3’s future still uncertain, it’s great that there are other shows on TV that are just as engaging. Below we’ve compiled other similarly-themed programmes you might want to binge on after that eventful Season 2 finale. 

The Affair (Sky Atlantic, Now TV)

As the title strongly implies, The Affair explores the psychological ramifications of an extramarital relationship between Alison (Ruth Wilson) and Noah (Dominic West). Alison’s relationship with her husband Cole (Joshua Jackson) has been shaky following the tragic death of their child while in contrast, Noah’s marriage to Helen (Maura Tierney), stands on solid ground. Together, they discover an escape from an exhausting reality. Interestingly, the story of their affair is depicted from each one’s perspectives, creating memory bias and frequently resulting in different scenarios. Stream seasons 1-4 of The Affair available on Sky Atlantic and Now TV. 

Sharp Objects (Sky Atlantic, Now TV)

In her first significant role on television, Amy Adams stars as reporter Camille Preaker. She returns to her hometown to investigate the disappearance of two girls, one of whom was found dead and presumed murdered. As she probes into the case and searches for clues, she reunites with her estranged family — her mother Adora, stepfather Alan, and half-sister Amma. Ultimately, being with her family reignites childhood trauma, including the death of her younger sister. As she gets closer to the truth about the missing girls, she realises it’s all too familiar than she’d like to admit. Watch the complete episodes of Sharp Objects available for streaming on Sky Atlantic and Now TV. 

Marcella (ITV Hub)

Anna Friel stars as former detective Marcella Backland. She returns to work for the first time after her husband of 15 years abruptly leaves her and sends their two children to a boarding school. Regaining her post as detective sergeant, she investigates an open case from 11 years ago, which involves an unknown serial killer who’s believed to be killing again. Working to solve the case and struggling with her family life, she starts to experience blackout episodes that make her question her actions – believing she may be involved in the murder of the woman her husband has been having an affair with. Find out how this resolves — catch the previous episodes of Marcella available for streaming on ITV Hub

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