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Little Fires Everywhere


Little Fires Everywhere


"Little Fires Everywhere" is a television miniseries based on the novel of the same name by Celeste Ng. The show premiered on Hulu in 2020 and consists of eight episodes. It is set in the 1990s and follows the intertwined lives of the wealthy Richardson family and a struggling single mother and her daughter.

The plot revolves around the themes of motherhood, identity, and privilege. The Richardson family hires the single mother, Mia, as their housekeeper, and their lives become entangled as secrets are revealed and tensions rise. Mia's daughter, Pearl, befriends the Richardson children, adding another layer of complexity to their relationships.

The show has been praised for its compelling performances, nuanced storytelling, and exploration of complex social issues. It received several award nominations and was well-received by audiences and critics alike. Overall, "Little Fires Everywhere" is a thought-provoking and emotional miniseries that delves into the complexities of family, class, and identity in America.

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Emily Peacock

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