Small fires everywhere There was an explosive finale on April 22nd, but somehow we still want more. While we finally found out who lit the fire in the Richardson House (spoiler: the end of the show is slightly different from the book), there are still so many unanswered questions. Where did Izzy go? How did Pearl react to the first meeting with the Ryans? And how did the McCulloughs deal with the consequences of losing their daughter? Well, it doesn't seem like we'll get answers soon.
According to executive producer Liz Tigelaar, a second season is not very likely. "Well, look, I want to say selfish," she said Entertainment tonight. "This was one of the best experiences of my life. I would be in this author's room forever and I would obviously be writing for Reese (Witherspoon) and Kerry (Washington) and everyone involved for the rest of my life. So, I want to say yes. In my heart I feel like it's a limited series. I feel like we told the story. "
Tiegelaar added that she couldn't imagine that Elena and Mia's paths would ever cross again, and frankly the same. "I would shudder if I figured out a way to get Mia and Elena back into orbit for the one who would feel real at all," she said. "I think I would never ever want to say this, but I see this as a story that had its beginning, middle and end. And I love the end. I wouldn't want to downsize Celeste's book, I don't know I can not reducing it by turning it into what it is not only because people liked it. I would be happy if it stays the way it is but at the same time yes, selfish I would love to keep going, of course. "
Although Small fires everywhere was originally marketed as a limited series, it would certainly not be the first time that a limited series gets an additional season. Indeed, Witherspoon's HBO show Big little lies got a second season due to high demand. I think we just have to wait and see!