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Welcome to Wife Watch! -- the only blog post that ranks the most powerful wives on this week's episode of Big Love.
The plot twists are just that -- twists meant to keep us watching -- rather than the dramatic developments of a genuinely great show. But it is definitely great fun and the cast is jaw-droppingly good.
As HBO's Big Love heads into its final season, series creators are turning their attention back to the bread-and-butter themes that have made the show so compelling: faith and family.
Welcome to Wife Watch!, the only blog post that ranks the most powerful wives on this week's episode of Big Love.
Welcome to the...
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NEW YORK — HBO says it's wrapping up its drama "Big Love" after the upcoming fifth season.
The series deals with a Salt Lake City businessman a...
The cast party might be the most interesting part of this show.
Katie Holmes is rumored to be headed back to Broadway, as she's considering taking a ...
As many couples, men and women, find a polygamous relationship strange to say the least, there is still the curiosity about how and why some people would even want to live this type of life.
This week the show begins with everyone (OK, Ivy and Michael D) tweezing their eyebrows in their pocket hand mirrors. Michael C dishes on Ivy to Andy and honestly, I can no longer feel sorry for him
Get Sissy Spacek and Robert Duvall together in a New York hotel room, and it's less an interview than a directed conversation, with the reporter as a privileged guest.
Matlack asked Brady Udall about his new book and about his thoughts on polygamy, and he found out who wins when Udall plays his sons in basketball.
It's a shame HBO continues to treat Big Love like its awkward middle child, giving it fewer episodes and an undesirable time slot.
What happened? Why'd you say it?
SEVIGNY: [Long pause] I feel like what I said was taken out of context, and the [reporter] I was speaking to was pro...
'Big Love' star Chloe Sevigny has dissed her own show, complaining bravely that the recently wrapped season was "awful" and the main storyline "far-fe...
Too much stuff happening in too little time led to unconvincing writing, unsatisfying plots, and unrecognizable characters. It also forced the show to focus on conflict-conflict-conflict.
This week was the clearest the show has ever been about how Bill's faith or hubris has warped him into a self-centered, self-righteous, and immature hypocrite with a raging God complex.
I feel Big Love changing, and while I'm not quite ready for a divorce, our marriage is certainly in trouble. Every week, you see, the series looks more like a grotesque soap opera.
"Big love" seems not like a definition of what unites Bill and his wives, but a cruel reminder of what's missing between them. That suits this season.
I've got an idea for how to change independent film and kick-start the kind of serious attention that video-on-demand seems to require.
And it all s...
Massive developments flickered by in a second, barely registering before they made way for the next crisis, and because there were so many big events, there was no sense of pacing or focus.
I mean it as a compliment when I say that watching Big Love always makes me feel kind of sick. I get so tense every week with all the drama and the fighting and the secret loving.
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