The dramedy is based on the bestselling book by Cheryl Strayed and stars the previously announced Kathryn Hahn.
Sarah Pidgeon will not remain idle after the cancellation of The Wilds. Deadline lets us know that the young actress who made herself known thanks to Prime Video’s teen mystery series will be among the protagonists of Tiny Beautiful Thingsa new series from the Hulu streaming video service based on the bestselling book by Cheryl Strayed. The newcomer has also signed up with her to play a role in the same series Tanzyn Crawford and, in the meantime, she was chosen to direct the first two episodes Rachel Lee Goldenberg. The two actresses add the previously announced Kathryn Hahn And Quentin Plair.
The plot of Tiny Beautiful Things
Created by Liz Tigelaar (Little Fires Everywhere), Tiny Beautiful Things tells the story of Clare (Hahn), a woman who – reluctantly – becomes “Dear Sugar” that is the editor of a column in which she gives advice on life. This while her own life, paradoxically, is falling apart. “Across multiple timelines with surprising intimacy, courage and candor, the series shows the protagonist as she seeks beauty, struggle and humor in her own life to show us that we too can be saved and that it is our stories that ultimately they will save us “, reads the official synopsis released by Hulu.
The role of Sarah Pidgeon and the other protagonists
Pidgeon will play young Clare, the younger version of the main character played by Hahn. Rebellious and sharp-tongued, she behaves irresponsibly after her mother’s death and carries on a difficult but maternal relationship with her younger brother, Lucas.
Crawford plays Rae Kincade, the teenage daughter of a white mother, Clare (Hahn), and a black father, Danny (Plair), as the two of them find themselves in the midst of a marital crisis. Uncomfortable in her own skin and often emotionally torn between her parents, Rae displays artistic tendencies, although she is an introvert of few words who has recently begun to develop her own opinions and find meaning in things.