Tiny Beautiful Things: Release Date, Cast, Plot, And Everything You Need To Know

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Tiny Beautiful Things, a show based on Cheryl Strayed’s best-selling book, is one of the next novel adaptations that Hulu will add to its growing list. The story is about Clare, who is a mother, a writer, and a wife. Her life is not what she expected. Ironically, she thinks each of them will fail before she gets a job offer as an advisor.

Kathryn Hahn, who has been in WandaVision, will be in the next show, and we already understand it will be just as good as the shows she has been in. Here is everything we know about the upcoming independent drama, which will come out in 2023.

Tiny Beautiful Things

In all seriousness, a new show has been picked up in which the funny and talented actress will star. In June 2022, Deadline reported that a movie version of “Tiny Beautiful Things,” a collection of essays by Cheryl Strayed, is in the works. On the Hulu streaming service, it is expected to have eight episodes. Strayed first wrote these essays for her “Dear Sugar” advice column on The Rumpus. Because of how honest her answers were, the column became very popular.

When the series was announced, Hulu Originals President Craig Erwich said in a declaration that the show will give people “a sense of community and camaraderie at a time when we need it most,” and we hope that is true. Regardless of whether it turns out to be so mushy that you can’t believe it, at least Hahn will be in a different role. What could be bad about that?

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Tiny Beautiful Things Cast

Kathryn Hahn, Sarah Pidgeon, Quentin Plair, and Tanzyn Crawford all play roles in Tiny Beautiful Things. Owen Painter, Merritt Wever, Elizabeth Hinkler, and Michaela Watkins guest star. Kathryn Hahn just played a role in Glass Onion, in addition to her role in WandaVision. She was also in Transparent, Mrs. Fletcher, and I Know This Much is True.

  • Kathryn Hahn as Clare
  • Sarah Pidgeon as Young Clare
  • Quentin Plair as Danny Kinkade
  • Tanzyn Crawford as Rae Kincade
  • Owen Painter as Young Lucas
  • Merritt Wever as Frankie
  • Elizabeth Hinkler as Shan
  • Michaela Watkins as Amy

Tiny Beautiful Things Storyline

The limited series is centered on Cheryl Strayed’s best-selling collection, which includes her immensely popular memoir Wild. In the TV version of Tiny Beautiful Things, Kathryn Hahn plays Clare, a struggling writer who becomes a respected advice columnist even as her own life falls apart.

Strayed said at the TCAs, “We knew Clare wouldn’t be me exactly, but many of her perceptions had to be mine.” “Her mother had to have died young from cancer, gotten married young, and then get a divorce. She used to have to grow up like I did, in a rural area. That’s what made me who I am, and that’s what makes Clare who she is. So, those are the things I’ve done in my life.

When we first meet Clare, she is barely holding on to her marriage to Danny (Quentin Plair). Rae, her teen daughter, played by Tanzyn Crawford, is pushing her away, and her once-promising writing career isn’t going anywhere. So, whenever an old writing friend asks her to start taking over as the Dear Sugar advice columnist, she thinks it’s a crazy idea. She gives in, of course, and is then able to look at and understand her most important moments from childhood to the present. As Sugar’s voice, Clare can tell her readers that no one is too broken to do well in life.

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Tiny Beautiful Things Trailer

The trailer for Tiny Beautiful Things shows how Kathryn Hahn’s character, Clare, is having trouble in her marriage and with her daughter. When the chance to be the mysterious writer of an advice column comes up, it could be just what she needs.

When and where you can watch Tiny Beautiful Things

“Tiny Beautiful Things” will be available to watch online on Hulu starting April 7. It’s also not clear if all of the episodes will come out at once or if they’ll come out every week. Shows like “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Under the Banner of Heaven” have done well with weekly releases, but it’s always possible that all of the episodes will come out at the same time. We are in the age of streaming. Rules no longer exist.

“Tiny Beautiful Things” was just not going to be shown on Hulu, though. In fact, there have been rumors of a movie version as far back as 2015. At the time, Deadline said that HBO was interested in the show, but it’s clear that things didn’t go anywhere with the cable network. We hope that this version of “Tiny Beautiful Things” will glow on our screens now that it has a star and a strong creative team.