Big Little Lies is shaping up to be the adult version of Pretty Little Liars. Like the Rosewood teens, the Monterey mothers tend to dig themselves deeper and deeper into their problems instead of facing them. They have enough trouble lying to their husbands, let alone lying to the police about a murder. The murder may have brought them together, but it certainly doesn’t solve all the issues they were having before with their husbands, kids, work, friends and foes beforehand. New characters have been promised, and I have a feeling some of the minor characters will play a larger role based on their imdb credits alone (i.e. Kelen Coleman, Hong Chau, Sarah Burns, Sarah Baker, Kathreen Khavari etc.). According to Variety, the second season will dive into, “the malignancy of lies, the durability of friendships, the fragility of marriage and, of course, the vicious ferocity of sound parenting.” The show will be filmed in 2018 and released in 2019.