Jennifer Coolidge, who returned to her role as a needy heiress in the second season of “The White Lotus,” won her first Golden Globe, thanking the people who hired her for years of smaller acting roles that led up to this moment in the spotlight.
Directing her attention toward one of those people — the show’s creator, Mike White — Coolidge gave an alternately goofy and heartfelt speech that reduced White to tears, turning it into one of the most memorable moments of the night.
Much like the previous opening, this new one has subtle elements that suggest the cracks in the facade of a beautiful life. While some cracks are shown quite literally, others are hinted at, like the sections of the mural that depict gossip and unfair treatment. As the beat drops in the music, the paintings get more intense, with a lot of nudity, sex, violence, catastrophe, and even murder depicted. Which is, of course, The White Lotus at its best.
The White Lotus is created by three-time Emmy winner Mike White, who previously created the HBO series Enlightened and also wrote the screenplay for hugely popular movies such as School of Rock and Pitch Perfect 3. White is also attached to write the upcoming blockbuster Despicable Me 4. Season 1 of The White Lotus managed to earn a huge slate of nominations, and the series took home a whopping amount of 10 wins at the Emmys.
Even though The White Lotus was conceived as an anthology series, White decided to make the seasons interconnected, so we could see familiar faces on vacation again. One of those faces is of fan-favorite Jennifer Coolidge reprising her role of Tanya McQuoid. Aside from her, the ensemble cast of Season 2 also features Aubrey Plaza, Will Sharpe, Meghann Fahy, Theo James, Michael Imperiolini, F. Murray Abraham, Adam DiMarco, Haley Lu Richardson, Tom Hollander, Leo Woodwall, Beatrice Grannò, Simona Tabasco, and Sabrina Impacciatore.
HBO premieres Season 2 of The White Lotus this Sunday, October 30.
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