'Little Birds' on Starz: Air time, how to watch, cast, and details
'Little Birds' is based on a collection of erotic short stories by Anais Nin
Fans of Anais Nin's work have plenty to look forward to with 'Little Birds', a TV adaptation of Anais Nin's collection of erotic short stories, which will soon premiere on Starz. The six-episode series follows New York heiress Lucy Savage (Juno Temple) as she and her husband (Hugh Skinner) move to Tangier in 1955 and Lucy discovers that marriage is not what she thought it would be.
But while 'Little Birds' is a period drama, the topics it deals with are just as relevant today, as Lucy Savage played to what seems perfection by Juno Temple aims to forge her own path to fulfillment, even if she is in a loveless marriage to her closeted husband. If 'Little Birds' sounds interesting to you, perhaps another Starz show 'Vida' will also interest you.
'Little Birds' will premiere on June 6 on Starz.
Airtime and how to live stream
'Little Birds' will air at 9 pm ET/PT on June 6 on Starz. You can watch Starz by subscribing directly to their subscription service. The current introductory offer is $5 per month for the first six months. Viewers can also watch Starz live without cable with one of these streaming services: Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, AT&T TV or YouTube TV.
British actor Juno Temple has created quite an impressive body of work. The actor has appeared in films such as 'Killer Joe', 'Black Mass', 'The Other Boleyn Girl,' 'Atonement', 'Maleficent' and 'The Dark Knight Rises'. She has also been a part of several series including 'Vinyl', 'Dirty John' and 'Ted Lasso'.
'Little Birds' is Lebanon-born Marwan's first major English-speaking role. Marwan spent her childhood in Beirut and her teenage years in Ames, Iowa. Her first feature film was 'The Valley' by director Ghassan Salhab in 2013. Since then Marwan has worked with directors from all over the Arab world.
Sun, sand and sex, the trailer of 'Little Birds' provides more than enough of all three in what looks like a sumptuous escape for more reasons than one.
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