Little Fires Everywhere (miniseries)
|Little Fires Everywhere|
|Based on||Little Fires Everywhere|
by Celeste Ng
|Developed by||Liz Tigelaar|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||8|
|Running time||53–66 minutes|
|Original release||March 18 –|
April 22, 2020
Little Fires Everywhere is an American drama streaming television miniseries, based on the 2017 novel of the same name by Celeste Ng. It premiered on Hulu on March 18, 2020 and consists of eight episodes. The series stars Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, both of whom were also executive producers, alongside Liz Tigelaar, Lauren Neustadter, and Pilar Savone. Set in the Cleveland suburb of Shaker Heights, Ohio during the late 1990s, it features Witherspoon and Washington as mothers from different socioeconomic backgrounds.
Little Fires Everywhere follows "the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. The story explores the weight of secrets, the nature of art and identity, the ferocious pull of motherhood – and the danger in believing that following the rules can avert disaster."
Cast and characters
- Reese Witherspoon as Elena Richardson, a journalist, landlady, and mother of four teenagers.
- Kerry Washington as Mia Warren, a talented artist who works part time as a waitress, and is Pearl's mother.
- Joshua Jackson as Bill Richardson, Elena's husband and a lawyer.
- Rosemarie DeWitt as Linda McCullough,  Elena's childhood friend.
- Jade Pettyjohn as Lexie Richardson, Elena's and Bill's eldest daughter, and a straight A student.
- Lexi Underwood as Pearl Warren, Mia's daughter, gifted student and budding poet.
- Megan Stott as Izzy Richardson, Elena's and Bill's youngest daughter, an artist and the black sheep of the family.
- Gavin Lewis as Moody Richardson, Elena's and Bill's younger son.
- Jordan Elsass as Trip Richardson, Elena's and Bill's older son, a popular jock.
- SteVonté Hart as Brian Harlins, Lexie's boyfriend
- Paul Yen as Scott
- Huang Lu as Bebe Chow, Mia's co-worker and friend, an undocumented immigrant and Mei-Ling's birth mother.
- Geoff Stults as Mark McCullough, Linda's husband
- Jaime Ray Newman as Elizabeth Manwill
- Obba Babatundé as George Wright
- Melanie Nicholls-King as Regina Wright
- Jesse Williams as Joe Ryan
- Sarita Choudhury as Anita Rees
- Austin Basis as Principal Peters
- Byron Mann as Ed Lan
- AnnaSophia Robb as Young Elena
- Tiffany Boone as Young Mia
- Alona Tal as Young Linda
- Nicole Beharie as Madeleine Ryan
- Matthew Barnes as Young Bill
- Andy Favreau as Young Mark
- Luke Bracey as Jamie Caplan
- Anika Noni Rose as Pauline Hawthorne
- Britt Robertson as Rachel
- Aubrey Joseph as Warren Wright
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|1||"The Spark"||Lynn Shelton||Liz Tigelaar||March 18, 2020|
|In 1997, the Richardsons' house is engulfed in fire, and the investigator informs Elena that someone intentionally burned it down with her inside. Four months earlier, the journalist and landlord Elena spots a car parked on the street and reports it to the police. Later, she receives a call about a rental offer. The caller is Mia Warren, an artist and a single mother living in her car with her daughter Pearl. Acting on good faith, Elena rents the house to Mia without checking her references. The Warrens join the neighborhood and Pearl becomes friends with Moody, Elena’s son. Elena leads a structured life that doesn't appeal to her daughter Izzy who challenges her mom's way at every chance. Meanwhile, Pearl is dissatisfied with her mom’s lifestyle of constantly moving between cities. When Elena sees Mia working as a waitress, she offers her a job as a house manager. Mia, acting distrusting and offended, turns the offer down, but changes her mind soon after her visit to Elena’s during which she realizes that Izzy is also an artist. That night, Mia awakes from a recurring dream about a man staring at her in the subway. Meanwhile, Elena wakes up to a call from Mia’s supposed former landlord; Mia lied about her references.|
|2||"Seeds and All"||Michael Weaver||Nancy Won||March 18, 2020|
|In 1983, young Mia has sex with a man while baby Pearl sleeps in the back of the car. In September 1997, both mothers get their kids ready for the first day of school. Mia starts working as a house manager. Bill tells his wife Elena to confront Mia about her fake references, but Elena struggles still to open that conversation with her. At Shaker high school, the guidance counsellor talks to Pearl about her lessons. He believes she needs assistance and isn't convinced that she's taken Geometry and wants to switch to Algebra. Pearl writes a letter to defend her case and asks Elena’s feedback. Lexie takes Pearl’s letter and turns it into an essay for her Yale application. Elena visits the guidance counsellor to help solve Pearl's problem but sees Izzy getting into new trouble at school. Elena hosts a book club and as soon as a discussion about women’s sexuality gets heated, Mia intervenes and voices an opinion that earns her everyone’s respect. Right after that, Mia admits she lied about her references and thanks Elena for renting her the house. At the restaurant, Mia learns that Bebe, an undocumented immigrant working as a waitress, had a daughter too.|
|3||"Seventy Cents"||Michael Weaver||Raamla Mohamed||March 18, 2020|
|December 1996, Bebe wakes up to her baby daughter crying. She runs to the store to buy formula but is 70 cents short. She abandons her daughter at a fire station. At Lucky Palace restaurant, Bebe shares her story with Mia and how she can't look for her baby for fear of being deported. As Elena prepares for Mirabelle’s first birthday party, she tells Mia how Linda and Marc adopted their baby girl and that she's Chinese. Mia offers to take photos of the party, hoping to confirm the baby is Bebe’s. Lexie invites boyfriend Brian over for dinner. Pearl is invited too. At the dinner table, Brian realizes Lexie stole Pearl’s story for her essay. Lexie takes Pearl shopping for a homecoming dance dress in an attempt to smooth things over, but starts asking Pearl personal questions about her father. Pearl angrily confronts her mom about her father. At the birthday party, Mia sneaks into Mirabelle’s room and confirms she's May Ling, then hurries to tell Bebe she found her daughter. Bebe crashes the party, desperately wanting to see her daughter. Elena is determined to find out who informed Bebe about May Ling.|
|4||"The Spider Web"||Lynn Shelton||Attica Locke||March 25, 2020|
|May 1992, Linda gives birth to a stillborn baby. In the present, she fears Bebe will come back as the McCulloughs try to finish the adoption process. Mia allows Izzy into her workshop under one rule: no asking questions. Moody grows frustrated as Trip tells him Pearl friend-zoned him and is hanging out with Lexie. Elena discovers that Mia informed Bebe about May Ling and confronts her. Elena then goes to Lucky Palace to pick up her order and discovers that Bebe works there too. Meanwhile, Mia drops into Elena’s house and takes some stuff randomly, leaving her ring in Izzy’s room. Linda breaks down as Elena informs her that Bebe is trying to hire a lawyer to fight for custody. Elena talks to Bebe and offers her money, the right to see her daughter and help with immigration papers if she gives up on her baby, but Bebe rejects the offer, asking Elena if she would put a price on any of her children. Mia gets fired when she fights Elena over Bebe. She sells her most precious piece of art in tears to help Bebe fight for her child. Bebe hires a lawyer and reports her story to a local news station. Mia takes a personal interest in the battle for custody and starts her own fight - setting Elena’s photo, cut into strips, on fire.|
|5||"Duo"||Lynn Shelton||Rosa Handelman||April 1, 2020|
|Paris 1976, young Elena and high school lover Jamie part ways as he expresses a desire to learn more about life while she wants to return home to her already planned life. November 1997, Izzy shows Mia the photo from the NY Times, but Mia denies it's her and gets angry; the Richardsons are now convinced that Mia is secretly rich. Bebe gets visitation rights and Linda blames Elena for deducing that Mia is helping Bebe. Elena drops everything and goes to NY to investigate the photo “Duo”. While in a taxi, she decides to seek ex-boyfriend Jamie’s help and discovers that Mia’s family name is Wright, not Warren. Lexie finds out she's pregnant and decides to abort the child using Pearl’s name on the hospital form out of fear of being discovered by a friend of Elena's. Pearl opens up about her feelings for Trip and reveals they both had sex. For the first time, Pearl hears about her father. Elena shares an intimate dinner with Jamie, but their evening doesn't end well. She departs to Pennsylvania to meet Mia’s parents. Anita suggests it's time for Mia to come clean with Pearl about her father, that those secrets are the fires burning her life. Elena learns from Mia’s parents that the baby Mia carried in her womb is not hers.|
|6||"The Uncanny"||Nzingha Stewart||Shannon Houston||April 8, 2020|
|Pennsylvania 1981, young Mia leaves home to attend the School of Visual Arts in NYC. She meets instructor Pauline and her artistry starts to stand out. At the art gallery, Pauline introduces Mia to Anita. On her way back home, a man follows Mia on the subway; he is Joe Ryan. His wife can't have children and he wants to pay Mia to be a surrogate mother. Due to unexpected cuts to her college scholarship, Mia accepts his offer. Shaker 1983, Elena returns to work after giving birth, but is informed soon after (whilst seeking consultation for contraception) that she is pregnant with her fourth child. Both Bill and her mother encourage her to keep the baby. Mia’s brother Warren visits her in NYC and discovers she's pregnant. He encourages her to break the surrogacy agreement and keep the child. Shaker 1983, Elena’s struggles with motherhood continue. Desperate and confused, she drives to meet Jamie whilst out to buy a pacifier for Izzy; they share drinks then go to the hotel. Jamie tells her he still wants her, but she claims he took advantage of her in a moment of need. Mia returns home as her brother dies in a car accident, but her parents deny her the right to attend the funeral due to her being both pregnant and single. She decides to honor Warren by keeping the child and giving her the surname Warren, writing to the Ryans claiming she had a miscarriage and promising to reimburse them. She takes Warren’s car and starts her new life with Pearl, moving between cities until landing in Shaker. Mia takes on Anita as a confidante after she learns from her that Pauline died in her absence.|
|7||"Picture Perfect"||Nzingha Stewart||Harris Danow||April 15, 2020|
|July 1997, April convinces Izzy to attend a party where friends play spin the bottle. April and Izzy match in a spin, but are coerced by their friends to go and kiss in the closet. They are outed but April claims molestation. December 1997, as the battle over child custody continues, Elena corners Mia about whose child is worth keeping, Pearl or May Ling; Mia still testifies with Bill chastising Elena for potential witness tampering, believing that Mia's broken surrogacy agreement had no bearing on the case. This forces Mia to come clean about the money and Pearl’s father. Izzy’s relationship with Elena goes downhill as Izzy refuses to wear Keds for the Christmas family photo with Elena screaming profanely at her to wear them. Elena grows more furious as she picks Izzy up after she set up a racially insensitive art installation at school protesting the McCulloughs' custody battle; Elena expresses disappointment at being Izzy's mother. Izzy finds comfort in Mia who consoles her and opens up about her love story with Pauline and the photo in the NYT. As Pearl and Trip return home, Elena decides to tell Pearl the truth about her father, while Bill finds a receipt of Elena's from her trip to NYC. Once back home, Izzy finds out that her mother has cut her out of the family photo, having surreptitiously pulled a middle finger when it was taken. She goes to Lexie’s room to find her sister in tears after breaking up with Brian. Izzy tells Lexie she has been dumped by her mother.|
|8||"Find a Way"||Lynn Shelton||Amy Talkington||April 22, 2020|
|July 1991, young Izzy brings home an abandoned cardinal, but Elena chastises her after it defecates inside the house. After being told that it would likely die after being rejected, Izzy picks up one of the bird’s feather and keeps it. The McCulloughs win the child custody battle leaving Bebe completely devastated. Mia comforts Bebe, assuring her and Izzy that they will find a way. Pearl blasts Mia, demanding that she call her dad. Elena finds out about the abortion, assuming it was Pearl. After telling Bill about it, he brushes it aside to accuse Elena of having an affair, to which she responds by accusing him of not being supportive enough in raising their children. That night, Mia reveals the truth about the Ryans, and Pearl tells her mother she'd always choose her if given a choice. Meanwhile, Linda is in bed with her husband when she hears Maribell fussing through the baby monitor. Mark convinces her to leave Maribell to fuss and get settled in reassuring her that it is all over. In a later scene Linda gets up just to check and finds Maribell gone, Bebe has broken in and kidnapped her. When Izzy realizes the Warrens left for good, she rushes to set her room on fire. After the Richardsons intervene, a heated exchange occurs between Izzy and Elena; Izzy comes out and says that Mia was more of a mother figure than Elena, with Elena angrily letting out that she never wanted to have Izzy in the first place. Izzy leaves the house and Lexie storms at her mother revealing all her secrets, with Elena refusing to accept that Lexie is not "perfect". Lexie, Moody and Trip then decide to burn the house down, not wanting to end up like Elena. Elena takes full responsibility as the investigator asks her who is behind the arson. The next day, Elena goes to the rental house looking for Izzy. She finds Mia’s art on a table; a miniature of Shaker with a birdcage in the middle, inside it the cardinal’s feather that Izzy kept for years. Mia returns to her parents' house to reconcile with them and to introduce them to their granddaughter.|
The book was discovered by Reese Witherspoon and Lauren Neustadter before it was published. Witherspoon went on to choose the book as her September 2017 book club pick and soon after it was published it became a bestseller. Witherspoon then brought the book to Kerry Washington, and together the pair approached Liz Tigelaar to adapt and showrun the novel as a limited series. The project began its development at ABC Signature, the cable/streaming division of ABC Studios where Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine has a network-only deal and Washington's Simpson Street has an overall deal.
On March 2, 2018, the production was officially announced but a network had yet to be determined. The series was set to be written and showrun by Tigelaar who will also executive produce alongside Witherspoon, Washington, Lauren Neustadter, and Pilar Savone. The author of the novel, Ng, would act as producer. Production companies involved in the series included Hello Sunshine, Simpson Street, ABC Signature Studios. On March 12, 2018, Hulu gave the production an eight episode order. This series order came after a multiple-outlet bidding war involving various networks and streaming services. In April 2019, Lynn Shelton was chosen to direct the series and serve as an executive producer. Shelton died of a blood disorder shortly after the final episode of the series aired. 
Alongside the initial series announcement, it was reported that in addition to executive producing the series Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington had been cast in the series' lead roles. In April 2019, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jade Pettyjohn, Jordan Elsass, Gavin Lewis, Megan Stott and Lexi Underwood joined the cast of the series. In May 2019, Joshua Jackson also joined the cast as the husband of Witherspoon's character. In June 2019, Paul Yen, Huang Lu, and Geoff Stults had been cast in recurring roles. In July 2019, Jaime Ray Newman joined the cast in a recurring role. In September 2019, Obba Babatundé and Byron Mann were cast in recurring capacities, with AnnaSophia Robb, Tiffany Boone, Alona Tal, Matthew Barnes, Andy Favreau, Luke Bracey, and Anika Noni Rose cast in guest roles. In October 2019, Jesse Williams, Britt Robertson, Kristoffer Polaha, Austin Basis and Reggie Austin joined the cast of the series, in recurring capacities; however, Polaha and Austin were not credited in the series.
Principal photography took place in Los Angeles, California and ran from May 31 to October 23, 2019. The exterior of the Warren home is located in Pasadena, with the exterior of the Richardson home in Hancock Park.
The score was composed by Mark Isham and Florence & the Machine keyboardist Isabella Summers. The series' official soundtrack was released on April 17, 2020 by Hollywood Records and featured cover songs recorded for the drama and performed by Judith Hill, BELLSAINT, Ruby Amanfu, Lauren Ruth Ward  and an original song written by Ingrid Michaelson. 
Little Fires Everywhere premiered on March 18, 2020 on Hulu. Hulu's corporate sibling Disney+ Hotstar premiered the series in India concurrent with US telecast. Internationally, the series premiered on Amazon Prime Video in Europe, Latin America, Canada and Australia on May 22, 2020.
On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 78% based on 78 reviews, with an average rating of 7.09/10. The website's critics consensus reads: "Though Little Fires Everywhere at times plays it too safe, sparks fly when it lets well-matched leads Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon dig into the difficult questions it does dare to ask." On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 69 out of 100, based on 32 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
Awards and nominations
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