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An early 2000's HBO series following a fundementalist mormon polygamist family in Utah.
|Released||12 March 2006|
|Ended||20 March 2011|
|Country of origin||United States of America|
|Number of episodes||53|
|Number of seasons||5|
About Big Love
Big Love, the HBO drama series that premiered in 2006, is a captivating exploration of polygamy in modern-day America. The show follows the lives of a polygamous family, led by Bill Henrickson (played by Bill Paxton), as they navigate the challenges of living in a society that condemns their lifestyle.
The show's creators, Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer, drew inspiration from real-life polygamous communities in Utah and Arizona, and the show's attention to detail and authenticity is evident in every episode. The cast, which includes Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloë Sevigny, and Ginnifer Goodwin, delivers outstanding performances that bring the complex characters to life.
Big Love tackles a range of themes, from family dynamics and religious beliefs to gender roles and sexuality. The show's nuanced portrayal of polygamy challenges viewers to question their own assumptions and biases, and its exploration of the emotional and psychological toll of living in a polygamous relationship is both thought-provoking and heart-wrenching.
Despite its controversial subject matter, Big Love was a critical and commercial success, earning numerous award nominations and a devoted fan base. The show's final season, which aired in 2011, was widely praised for its satisfying conclusion and emotional resonance.
In the years since its finale, Big Love has continued to be celebrated as a groundbreaking and important piece of television. Its legacy can be seen in the growing acceptance and understanding of polygamous communities, as well as in the ongoing conversations about the complexities of love, family, and identity in modern society.
- "Big Love." HBO, https://www.hbo.com/big-love.
- "Big Love: Season 1." Rotten Tomatoes, https://www.rottentomatoes.com/tv/big_love/s01.
- "Big Love: The Complete Series." Amazon, https://www.amazon.com/Big-Love-Complete-Bill-Paxton/dp/B00HET9XZG.
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