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Now My Heart is Full: Season Three Promo for HBO's "Big Love"

January seems to be quite a month for fans of smart serialized drama series, with the returns of ABC's Lost, Sci Fi's Battlestar Galactica, and FX's Damages slated for just after the start of the new year.

But I'm also just as excited (nay, thrilled) for the return of HBO's polygamous family drama Big Love, which in Season Two morphed into one of the most gripping and suspenseful dramas on television.

While it's been positively ages since we last saw the Henrickson clan, I think you'll agree that the provocative promo that HBO has cut for Big Love's third season (set to the music of The Black Keys' "Lies") will get you itching to return to Utah.



While I have absolutely no idea quite what is going on in this moody and atmospheric trailer, I can say that Season Three of Big Love looks to be quite a dark one, especially given the somber (and in some cases sobbing) expressions of several members of the Henrickson family. What is Alby up to? Why does Wanda throw herself downwards? Just who is struggling with that knife?

I can't wait to find out.

Big Love returns to HBO on January 11th.

Comments

What IS Alby up to? Nothing good, I'm sure. That is one creepy dude.

I also have no idea what's going on in this trailer but that doesn't make it any less fantastic. I've really missed Big Love and can't wait for the return of the Henrickson clan. It's been so long, though, I might have to Netflix last season for a refresher!
par3182 said…
even in that tiny snippet amanda seyfried is heartbreakingly vulnerable. of all the many women i love on 'big love' she is my favorite
Anonymous said…
I think my heart broke when I saw Amanda Seyfried crying in that promo. Looks like bad things to come for the Henricksons. Can't wait!
Anonymous said…
quick q, on the hbo Canada big love premiere, what is the song playing( no it isn't the black keys, I've heard them live and I know the song lies aswell)pleeeeaaasse it's buggin me so much to find that song

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