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Big Love (2006 - 2011)

Big Love (2006 - 2011)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

Utah businessman, Bill Paxton, is busy with his expanding home improvement business. But, what takes more of his time are his three wives. The show takes a look at polygamy and how the institution of marriage has been evolving all the while.

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Critics Consensus: Political intrigue and promising performances buoy Big Love's final season, giving viewers a thoughtful rumination on what constitutes a family.

2011, HBO, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Big Love remains blessed with a compelling ensemble in its fourth season, but the series' carefully orchestrated drama devolves into sudsy melodrama when Bill Henrickson mounts a political campaign that strains credulity.

2010, HBO, 9 episodes

Critics Consensus: With its character dynamics established, Big Love's third season continues to deepen conflicts while introducing more exciting, violent elements to the story.

2009, HBO, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Big Love continues to surprise and compel with a second season enlivened by some remarkable performances.

2007, HBO, 12 episodes

Critics Consensus: It has a bawdy premise, but Big Love presents a sympathetic view of a complex family relationship.

2006, HBO, 12 episodes


Bill Paxton
as Bill Henrickson
Jeanne Tripplehorn
as Barb Henrickson
Ginnifer Goodwin
as Margene Henrickson
Harry Dean Stanton
as Roman Grant
Amanda Seyfried
as Sarah Henrickson
Adam Beach
as Tommy Flute
Robert Beltran
as Jerry Flute
Douglas Smith
as Ben Henrickson
Zeljko Ivanek
as JJ Walker
Daveigh Chase
as Rhonda Volmer
Chloë Sevigny
as Nicki Henrickson
Shawn Doyle
as Joey Henrickson
Melora Walters
as Wanda Henrickson
Jolean Wejbe
as Teenie Henrickson
Matt Ross
as Alby Grant
Bruce Dern
as Frank Harlow
Grace Zabriskie
as Lois Henrickson
Cassi Thomson
as Cara Lynn
Mary Kay Place
as Adaleen Grant
Brian Kerwin
as Eddie Henrickson
Bella Thorne
as Teenie Henrickson
Luke Askew
as Hollis Greene
Mireille Enos
as JoDean Marquart
Tina Majorino
as Heather Tuttle
Aaron Paul
as Scott Quittman
Judith Hoag
as Cindy Dutton-Price
Sissy Spacek
as Marilyn Densham
Patrick Fabian
as Ted Price
Ben Koldyke
as Dale Tomasson
Anne Dudek
as Lura Grant
Sandy Martin
as Selma Green
Keegan Holst
as Wayne Henrickson
Garrett Gray
as Raymond Henrickson
Jodie Markell
as Wendy Hunt
Gregory Itzin
as State Sen. Blade Barn
Carlos Jacott
as Carl Martin
Lynn Wanlass
as Sue Sue
Charles Esten
as Ray Henry
Cody Klop
as Gary Embry
Neil Hopkins
as Ken Byington, Governor's Aide
Van Epperson
as Enthusiastic Home Plus Employee
Gavin Kent
as Lester Henrickson
Jim Beaver
as Carter Reese
Perry King
as Clark Paley
Jim Abele
as Hotel Manager
Grant Show
as Michael Sainte
Newell Alexander
as Dan Potts, Home Plus Security Guard
Tom Amandes
as Roy Colburn
Robert Patrick
as Bud Mayberry
Larry Sullivan
as Highway Patrol Officer
Eric Ladin
as Dr. Roquet Walker
Sarah Mahoney
as Checkers Drive Thru Attendant
Kate McNeil
as Sister Mary
Spencer Gray
as Raymond Henrickson
Cristine Rose
as Evelyn Linton
Mel Rodriguez
as Don Dona
Judith Ivey
as Renee Clayton
Hank Cheyne
as Austin Buttercup
M.J. Karmi
as Denise Ivey
Wendy Phillips
as Peg Embry
John Ingle
as Holloway
Gary Hershberger
as Bob Chetney
Noa Tishby
as Ladonna
Michael Nye
as Mr. Walker
Peggy Miley
as Mrs. Walker
Julia Campbell
as Vicky Nabors
Margaret Easley
as April Blessing
Charlie Robinson
as Baptist Preacher
Doan Ly
as Jordan
Scott Thomson
as Tour Guide
Amy Sloan
as Midge
Ruben Garfias
as Chief Roman Navarro
Brian Treitler
as Madison Grant
David Naughton
as Mr. Usher
Rebecca Wisocky
as Emma Smith
Fredric Lehne
as Dennis Innes
Misty Upham
as Leila Stilwell
Amy Aquino
as Leslie Usher
Melanie Cruz
as Bishop Benedict
Shane Conrad
as Deputy Miller
Paul Ganus
as Patrick Owens
Melissa Kite
as Minnie Gelder
Nancy Stone
as Deva Pitstone
Timothy Davis-Reed
as Loan Officer
J. Anthony Pena
as Security Guard
Arnold Chun
as Bellboy
Jason Brooks
as Attorney
David Hoflin
as First Son
William R. Moses
as LDS Bishop
Chane't Johnson
as INS Interviewer
Ann Hearn
as Greene Sisterwife
Mark Devine
as Alignment Advisor
Dan Sachoff
as Kurt Rainer
Kyle Gallner
as Jason Embry
John Lacy
as Security Company Guy
Andrew A Rolfes
as Roman Grant's Business Manager
Stewart Skelton
as Pharmacist
Kevin Alejandro
as The Hustler
Tina Marjorino
as Heather Tuttle
Robert Pine
as Stuart Kimball
Hannah Leigh Dworkin
as Girl in Barb's Class
Francisco Viana
as Motel Desk Clerk
Lindsay Hollister
as Sally, Home Plus Cashier
Julie Shimer
as Paralegal
Jordan Timsit
as "Sun" in School Play
Lee Garlington
as Grace, Advertising Agency Exec
Carey Scott
as Wendell Peller, Photographer
Jeffrey Scott Kelly
as Governor's Assistant
Garrett Greay
as Raymond Henrickson
David Sullivan
as Junior Accountant
René Ashton
as Journalist
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo
as Tui/Security Guard
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Series Details

TV Network: HBO
Premiere Date: Mar 12, 2006
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman, Mark V. Olsen, Will Scheffer, David Knoller, Jim Sprecher, Bernadette Caulfield
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