The White Lotus: Season 1 (2021)


Season 1
The White Lotus

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Though its true intentions can get a bit murky, gorgeous vistas, twisty drama, and a pitch perfect cast make The White Lotus a compelling - if uncomfortable - viewing destination.

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Critic Ratings: 53

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User Ratings: 80

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Air date: Jul 11, 2021

A new wave of guests arrive at the White Lotus, and resort manager Armond tries to assuage an unreasonable Shane and his easy-going new wife, Rachel, while spa director Belinda calms a grieving Tanya. Meanwhile, Nicole suggests her husband, Mark, distract himself from a health scare by spending time with their son Quinn, who's been cast out by his sister Olivia and her friend Paula. Series premiere.

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Air date: Jul 18, 2021

A cautiously optimistic Belinda (Natasha Rothwell) walks a fine line with Tanya (Jennifer Coolidge), while Armond (Murray Bartlett) brainstorms ways to deal with Shane (Jake Lacy). After her husband belittles her work, Rachel (Alexandra Daddario) approaches Nicole (Connie Britton) for advice. Paula (Brittany O'Grady) and Olivia (Sydney Sweeney) lose track of their stash, while a revived Mark (Steve Zahn) attempts to connect with Quinn (Fred Hechinger).

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Air date: Jul 25, 2021

Stripped of his gadgets, Quinn (Fred Hechinger) reluctantly takes a scuba class with Mark (Steve Zahn), who's struggling to process revelations regarding his late father. Hoping to reignite the spark with Rachel (Alexandra Daddario), Shane (Jake Lacy) enlists Armond (Murray Bartlett) to help plan a romantic evening. Tanya (Jennifer Coolidge) leans on Belinda (Natasha Rothwell) for support as she scatters her mother's ashes at sea. Paula (Brittany O'Grady) keeps a secret from a suspicious Olivia (Sydney Sweeney).

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Air date: Aug 1, 2021

After Shane (Jake Lacy) shoots down her latest career plans, Rachel (Alexandra Daddario) is further blindsided by an unexpected arrival. Just as Belinda (Natasha Rothwell) begins to take her business proposition seriously, Tanya's (Jennifer Coolidge) attention turns to an intriguing hotel guest. Meanwhile, Armond's (Murray Bartlett) renewed commitment to sobriety is put to the test.

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Air date: Aug 8, 2021

As Armond (Murray Bartlett) attempts to do damage control, Belinda (Natasha Rothwell) tries to redirect Tanya's (Jennifer Coolidge) focus to her business proposal. Paula (Brittany O'Grady) grows increasingly disillusioned with the Mossbachers. A sidelined Rachel (Alexandra Daddario) begins to question her future. Nicole (Connie Britton) rebuffs Mark (Steve Zahn) for airing their dirty laundry to Quinn (Fred Hechinger).

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Air date: Aug 15, 2021

Rachel (Alexandra Daddario) shares some harsh truths with Shane (Jake Lacy) and confides in Belinda (Natasha Rothwell), who's reeling from bad news of her own. As the Mossbachers turn the page on their harrowing scare, Quinn (Fred Hechinger) reveals major life plans. With nothing left to lose, Armond (Murray Bartlett) goes on an all-out bender -- and exacts the ultimate revenge on his nemesis.

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Air date: Aug 15, 2021

Rachel shares some harsh truths with Shane and confides in Belinda, who's reeling from bad news of her own. As the Mossbachers turn the page on their harrowing scare, Quinn reveals major life plans. With nothing left to lose, Armond goes on an all-out bender—and exacts the ultimate revenge on his nemesis. Series finale.

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Tv Season Info

A satire following vacationing guests and employees at an exclusive Hawaiian resort over the course of a week, but with each passing day, a darker complexity emerges in these picture-perfect travelers, the hotel's cheerful staff and the idyllic locale itself.

Critic Reviews for The White Lotus Season 1

Audience Reviews for The White Lotus: Season 1

  • 20h ago
    About the worst thing I've seen in years. Could not even make it through two complete episodes. Not funny, not clever, not worth the time to to watch.
  • 1d ago
    Started off just fine, quick and savvy, but by Episode 3 it's running out of creative writing steam and becoming frankly tiresome, with too-looong set-pieces that tax the patience. This show needs a vacation, and not at that glorified 4-star resort laughably pretending to be a luxury resort. Still, notable acting performances by Connie Britton, Murray Barrett, Jake Lacey, Syney Sweeney, Steve Zahn.
  • 1d ago
    OK... Watched 3 episodes and it's just getting worse.... The characters are so obnoxious.....
  • 2d ago
    I was hooked after the first episode. So far this tv-series is a masterpiece.
  • 2d ago
    Some of the actors are good. Some are real bad and should quit acting but I won't name names…. For example, this actress from Why Women Kill S1 can't act!
  • 4d ago
    Glad I had a reservation at this hotel.
  • 5d ago
    This show is actually pretty funny if you've ever worked in hospitality or had to deal with people like the guests portrayed in the show, and that's only two characters. I love the constant, "what is wrong with you people," moments from all the characters. If you are not into subtle humor, this show will certainly fly over your head.
  • 6d ago
    Well, it's not really a comedy...in fact, I can't tell what it is. Um...boring? One of those shows the critics love but no one else.
  • 6d ago
    This is one of those shows where you either get it or you don't. It's immersive and far from boring, but if you're not into subtle, artistic humor then you should probably just stick to watching whatever lame shows you think are great.
  • Jul 21, 2021
    It's so Cringy I love it LOL. Its fun.

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