Just admit it, like about half of the country, you’re sitting with bated breath while you wait to hear when Big Little Lies season 2 will finally air. Even though the definitive word on that has been basically a disappointing “no time this year,” there is a silver lining: it gives you more time to catch up on or rewatch the first season. But wait, is Big Little Lies on Netflix for your epic catch-up session? Here’s what you need to know while you wait anxiously for the second installment to come out.
HBO programming chief Casey Bloys broke many hearts when he told Variety in an interview that the second season of the show would be “impossible to get on in 2018.” But we do know that the show did starting filming this much-anticipated batch of episodes back in March of 2018, with stars taking to social media to post pictures from the set. You can catch up on what to expect with our guide to Big Little Lies season 2, but with Meryl Streep joining the cast, you can rest assured that it will be well worth the wait.
But before you book your friends for the weekend and stock up on snacks and rose, make sure you actually know where you can go to stream the first full season. We know that Netflix is generally your go-to streaming service, but do they have what you’re looking for? We did the digging so you don’t have to.
Is Big Little Lies on Netflix?
So, is Big Little Lies on Netflix? And, if not, where can you go to watch Big Little Lies online? So, the answer is yes and no, but the silver lining is only a small one. No, Netflix does not have Big Little Lies for you to stream. The series is an HBO project, which means they’re not ever going to offer it in their content library due to a partnership between the network and the streaming service’s biggest competitor, Hulu. But, yes, you can technically get Big Little Lies through Netflix to rent. (Remember, they do that.)
But don’t worry if you want to just hit play and sit back for a whole season. We pulled together a complete guide for all the ways you can watch Big Little Lies online so you’re never far from your new favorite TV show.
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