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With three wives and a gaggle of children to boot, being Bill Henrickson cannot be easy. Big Love looks at the life of a polygamous family living in Utah and the drama that ensues.

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Big Love
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Title

Big Love

Year released

2006

Genres

Drama

Classification

M
Sex, Adult Themes

Synopsis

Margene joins Bill at a convention. Nicki throws a party, Roman returns home and Rhonda resorts to blackmail.

Seasons

  • Season 1 (2006)
  • Season 2 (2007)
  • Season 3 (2009)
  • Season 4 (2010)
  • Season 5 (2011)

HBO’s Big Love is a unique show revolving around a fundamentalist Mormon family, with Bill Paxton as the husband who has three wives. The show has been described as a complex study of American family life that looks at an area not commonly touched on in a serious note – Mormonism and polygamy. Big Love is a series show, devoid of the usual laughs a family show relies on, but instead takes a real look into the family's life and the struggles they face.

With wonderful acting and a star cast, Big Love is a historical piece of television history that has changed a nation’s views on Mormonism and polygamy.

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