Big Little Lies 3, Nicole Kidman revealed that the new season is coming

Four years after the airing of the second season, an indiscretion arrives on Big Little Lies which is to be taken as good, despite there being no confirmation from HBO.
The show created by David E.Kelley, acclaimed by critics and the public in the years of its broadcast, from 2017 to 2019, will return for a third season. The news comes from Nicole Kidman who, as a guest at an event in Florida, announced that fans of the show will have a new cycle of episodes.

Kidman: “We’ll make a third season”

Big news for viewers of Big Little Lies, the television series aired in Italy between 2017 and 2019 with fourteen episodes on Sky Atlantic. The show’s machine was set in motion while no one suspected the arrival of new material, given the time that had passed since the release of the last season.
Nicole Kidman hasn’t said much about the renewal but, given her role in the production – not only was she playing one of the lead roles, she was also executive producer along with creator David E. Kelley, set partner Reese Witherspoon and various other names – can afford to be clear and direct about the future of the show.
During the Q&A at the CME Group Championship in Naples, Florida, the Oscar-winning actress focused on the roles she loved playing most in her career.
Big Little Lies he came at a time when he believed, after having his daughters, that he would stop acting and he loved him very much, the actress said.
After starting to work with Reese Witherspoon, who offered her co-production, the limited series it was a success, Kidman added. People started watching and appreciating it and from there came the recognition – among which it stands out four Golden Globes and eight Emmy Awards, which also includes the awards won by Kidman herself as Best Leading Actress in a Miniseries. “We’ll make a third season, just so you know” this is the statement that animated the fans, now the details and, above all, the processing and broadcast times remain to be understood.

The project in the balance after the director’s death

Nicole Kidman’s surprise statement would make more sense to her recent release, a lunch, in Los Angeles in which they were seen together Witherspoon, Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitzalso involved in the series.
It was Kravitz, among others, who expressed himself negatively regarding the possibility of a third season of the show when the news of the death of Jean-Marc Valléeco-executive producer but also director of the debut season’s episodes (whose cast also included Meryl Streep). Kidman, however, had always been in favor of a resumption of work and even the creator David E. Kelley had shown himself optimistic about the possibility of reuniting the group about three years ago.
What prevented the production of a third season were the commitments of the individual actors’ agendas, a problem that could have been resolved today.