Big Love

Big Love is an American television series about the life of a polygamist family, which sees its ideological roots in Mormonism. Between 2006 and 2011 a total of five seasons have been produced. The last season was aired in the U.S. from January 16 to March 20, 2011 on HBO. In German-speaking Original Air Date was on TNT series where the final season was shown from the 3rd January 2012. The producers are Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman.


Bill Henrickson operates a thriving Heimwerkermarkt in Salt Lake City. Since polygamy in Utah today is both illegal according to the teaching of there dominant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints will be officially refused, he must keep this aspect of his private faith secret at great expense. Bill is married to three women: the well-organized " chief wife " Barbara ( Jeanne Tripplehorn ), the insincere and shopaholic Nicki ( Chloë Sevigny ) and the cheerful and somewhat naive Margene ( Ginnifer Goodwin ). The women live in three adjacent houses whose plots are connected to each other on the back. This family includes seven children.

Bill's second wife Nicki is the daughter of self-proclaimed prophet Roman Grant ( Harry Dean Stanton ) who heads a cult-like splinter Mormon Church and is involved in various shady dealings. Bill is on this compound ( fenced area ) called Juniper Creek grew up, but was chased away as a 14- year-old Grant. His younger brother and his parents (played by Grace Zabriskie and Bruce Dern ) still live there. Again and again there will be a conflict between the "modern" polygamist Bill who successfully lives in the outside world, and his fundamentalist community of origin.

Instrumentation and synchronization

The German synchronization of the synchro company TV Synchron Berlin conducted under the dialogue directed by Karin Lehmann, who was also responsible for the synchronous book.


Supporting Actor


Episode List


Big Love was nominated for a total of 9x the Emmy Awards in various categories, but could never take a trophy home. For the Golden Globes, the series was nominated for a total of 4 times since 2007, 2010, among others, as best drama series. A Golden Globe in 2010 but could only Chloë Sevigny in the category " Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini -Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Best" win.

German production

The German version was produced by TV Synchron Berlin.

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