After five seasons, Big Love will sign off for the last time Sunday (9/8c on HBO) with a 70-minute series finale.
It's been a long road for Henricksons through the years, from the sister wives' early tiffs to Margie's recent reveal that she was underage when she married Bill.
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Ginnifer Goodwin is taking a trip underwater for a guest spot on SpongeBob SquarePants' upcoming special "Legends of Bikini Bottom."
In the clip, the Big Love actress, 32, lends her voice to a teenage mermaid who steals from others through Bikini Bottom's version of the Bermuda Triangle.
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Spoiler alert! The Henricksons just can't catch a break. During the final season of polygamist drama Big Love, the biggest problem the family should be facing is the fallout of bringing their secret life into the open. But that would be far too easy. TV Guide Magazine has learned that Bill's mother, Lois (played to perfection by Grace Zabriskie), is going to add a little drama to an already stressful situation when a case of...
As HBO's Big Love nears its March series finale, what happens in the last three episodes "is astonishing," teases creator Mark Olsen. "We really went there!" Pressed for a few hints, Olsen and cocreator Will Scheffer warn us to expect an "ultimate and final showdown" pitting Bill against Alby....
If you thought Bill Henrickson had problems before — before he pronounced his polygamy — wait until you see the trouble that awaits him in the premiere of the fifth and final season. He encounters open revolt at Home Plus, his family is ostracized, even attacked, in public, and his soon-to-be fellow state senators can't bear to be in the same room with him. Sure, he's faced uphill battles in the past, but the ones ahead will test his mettle, and threaten to pull his family apart at the seams. — Joe Friedrich
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Ginnifer Goodwin, Bill Paxton and Jeanne Tripplehorn
The cat's out of the bag in the fifth and final season of Big Love: Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton), Utah's newly elected State Senator, has announced that he and his family are polygamists — and it's not sitting well with everyone.
"I don't think Bill regrets [the announcement], although I think he has underestimated the amount of animosity and persecution he faces," Paxton said at the Los Angeles premiere on January 12. "But he has to try to reform the image of plural marriage and polygamy, otherwise it will be left to guys like Alby (Matt Ross) to promote."
Bill's three wives struggle to come to terms with living out in the open for a ...