Nicole Kidman has made an exciting revelation about one of her favorite shows. During a question and answer session at the CME Group Tour Championship, the 56-year-old actress confirmed that the highly anticipated third season of HBO's Big Little Lies is in the works. This news comes six years after the critically acclaimed second season aired. The announcement may explain why co-producer Reese Witherspoon was recently seen having lunch with co-stars Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz in Los Angeles.
Nicole, who looked chic in a canary yellow sleeveless dress, expressed her love for the show and how it came along at a time when she thought she was going to retire from acting. She credited Reese Witherspoon for making it possible to produce such a successful series. The Oscar winner was grateful to the fans for turning Big Little Lies into a massive hit.
Fans have been eagerly awaiting the return of the crime drama. The finale of season two left viewers hanging when Bonnie Carlson, played by Zoe Kravitz, was about to confess to pushing Nicole Kidman's character's rapist husband down a flight of stairs. Executive producer Bruna Papandrea had previously hinted at continuing the story, stating that many people feel the same way she does.
In addition to the joy of the Big Little Lies news, Nicole Kidman has recently received a prestigious honor. She will be presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the American Film Institute at a ceremony in Los Angeles on April 27. The actress expressed her gratitude for being included in such a distinguished group of artists she admires.
The return of Big Little Lies for a third season is exciting news for fans who have patiently waited for the continuation of the gripping crime drama. With the announcement from Nicole Kidman, anticipation is building to see how the story will unfold and what lies ahead for the characters.