'Big Little Lies' Available for Free Online During Covid-19 Lockdown

The acclaimed drama series starring Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon is made available for free on the HBO streaming service during the coronavirus lockdown.

AceShowbiz - Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon's hit TV drama "Big Little Lies" has been made available to stream online for free during the coronavirus pandemic.

All episodes from the two-season Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series, based on Liane Moriarty's book of the same name, hit the HBO Go and HBO Now apps on Friday, April 10, 2020.

Sharing the news with Instagram fans, executive producer and star Kidman wrote, "More screams, dreams and ice cream... from our big little family to yours."

"All episodes of #BigLittleLies are now available to stream for free on HBO GO and HBO NOW xx".

"Big Little Lies", which also stars Shailene Woodley, Zoe Kravitz, and Laura Dern, is just part of the 500 hours of premium content HBO bosses are offering at no cost until April 30.

Meanwhile, Apple bosses are also giving fans new shows to explore in isolation by offering up free streaming of M. Night Shyamalan's psychological thriller "Servant" and Hailee Steinfeld's "Dickinson" series.

The tech brand's Apple TV+ service typically requires a paid subscription to access its original content, but on Friday, officials lifted the paywall to allow new viewers the opportunity to check out a selection of movies and series at no cost while stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Among the picks available for free for a limited time via the Apple TV app are director Shyamalan's "Servant", about a mysterious force which threatens to tear a couple apart after suffering a devastating tragedy, and wildlife documentary "The Elephant Queen", narrated by Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Anthology series "Little America", executive produced by filmmaking couple Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, features true stories of immigrants in the U.S., while Joel Kinnaman's space drama, "For All Mankind", imagines a world in which astronauts from the Soviet Union beat the U.S. to the moon.

Also free to view is Steinfeld's hit historical comedy "Dickinson", in which she portrays rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson, as well as children's series like "Snoopy in Space" and "Helpsters", a live-action show for pre-schoolers, created by the people behind "Sesame Street".

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