Little Fires Everywhere (TV Mini-Series 2020)

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Based on Celeste Ng's 2017 bestseller, "Little Fires Everywhere" follows the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives.


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  • Little Fires Everywhere: Duo (2020)
  • Little Fires Everywhere: Duo (2020)
  • Lu Huang in Little Fires Everywhere: Seventy Cents (2020)
  • Lexi Underwood and Gavin Lewis in Little Fires Everywhere: Seeds and All (2020)
  • Little Fires Everywhere: Duo (2020)
  • Little Fires Everywhere: The Spider Web (2020)

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How Joshua Jackson's Co-Stars Fuel "Little Fires"

The former star of "The Affair" and "Fringe" talks from home about his new series "Little Fires Everywhere," and his powerful co-stars Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington.

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1 April 2020 | violetstarfury
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| On the same boat but also not
Kerry, please, find more comfortable pants.

My takeaway so far, it is an intriguing story in many ways. I do not agree with the idea that it is putting down minorities. It would be the opposite, but it doesn't show appropriately because of bad writing/acting. This show is not playing on stereotypes as people have suggested. As much as people want to fight against perceived racism/classism, there is proof in the pudding that these roles are very familiar in reality. If people were not so quick to jump on the hurt wagon, you can see through the clouds and watch the show attmpt to elevate everyone because we as human beings are naturally flawed.

I have not read the book, so I am sure there is some dissapointment I am missing, but I do like how this show is not the typical bash over the head political agenda that many people suggest it is.

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