Little Fires Everywhere: Season 1

Little Fires Everywhere: Season 1

Little Fires Everywhere: Season 1

Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon leads this adaptation of Celeste Ng's bestseller about a woman looking for the person who burned down her house. But as the investigation progresses, dark secrets from her past resurface. Co-stars Golden Globe nominee Kerry Washington (Django Unchained).

Little Fires Everywhere will be released exclusively on Amazon's Prime Video from the 22nd May 2020. 

2020USAHulu
Drama

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
22 May 2020

The Spark

The picture-perfect lives of the Richardson family are upended by the mysterious arrival of artist Mia Warren and her daughter Pearl in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

EPISODE 1.2
22 May 2020

Seeds and All

As Moody’s friendship with Pearl deepens, Elena’s relationship with Mia grows increasingly strained.

EPISODE 1.3
22 May 2020

Seventy Cents

Party preparations for Mirabelle McCullough’s first birthday are underway as Mia helps Bebe search for her daughter.

EPISODE 1.4
22 May 2020

The Spider Web

Mia and Elena find themselves at odds, resulting in an epic showdown.

EPISODE 1.5
22 May 2020

Duo

Lexie finds out upsetting news and turns to Pearl for help.

EPISODE 1.6
22 May 2020

The Uncanny

In 1981, Mia makes a decision that changes the course of her entire life.

EPISODE 1.7
22 May 2020

Picture Perfect

Izzy’s relationship with Elena reaches a boiling point.

EPISODE 1.8
22 May 2020

Praire Fire

The jury reaches a verdict which triggers a series of explosive events.

Little Fires Everywhere: Season 1 / Reviews

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

At just eight episodes, it doesn't demand a huge commitment, and while it's highly bingeable, it has plenty of real substance, too. Each episode ends so enticingly poised that it's hard not to let the next one play.

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Independent

Independent

It's written and directed with a sure touch.

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Vox

Vox

Lapses into flatness whenever it possibly can, and it is always very ready to tell you exactly who is right and who is wrong in any given situation. In the end, it all ends up feeling exhausting.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Its exploration of why women often feel more alienated from than connected to one another is far from lean-in aspirational, but at least it's honest.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

“Little Fires Everywhere” lands with confidence between the allure of prestige streaming television and a Shonda Rhimes-like propensity for soap suds. Flaws are few, but crucial. Episodes dawdle and dabble too long in too many convoluted story lines.

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Salon

Salon

"Little Fires Everywhere" is the type of celebrity book club-inspired drama – we're talking about Witherspoon's book club, in this case – built to be a thirst trap for "Big Little Lies" addicts.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Once Little Fires kicks into gear after the first few episodes, it’s a joy to see these two fiercely talented actors face off, as the mothers’ conflict unfurls a variety of ideas about what it means to raise children.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

Hulu's sharp, soapy, and emotionally intense limited series is more than your standard suburban whodunit.

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