Reese Witherspoon's 'Little Fires Everywhere' Comes Out One Day Early

Given that many begin to self isolate amid coronavirus pandemic, the first three episodes of the drama series, which also stars Kerry Washington, has been made available for streaming on Hulu.

AceShowbiz - Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington have surprised fans by releasing their new Hulu drama series, "Little Fires Everywhere", a day earlier than planned.

The TV drama, an adaptation of author Celeste Ng's bestselling novel of the same name, was set to launch on Wednesday (March 18), but the first three episodes went live on the streaming service on Tuesday, giving fans in self-isolation something to celebrate amid the global coronavirus pandemic.

Witherspoon and Washington announced the news in a joint Instagram Live chat on Tuesday, when they both happened to wear the same red sweater, which had the words "little fires" embroidered on the front.

Sharing video footage from the live stream on her Instagram timeline, Washington posted, "My soul sister @reesewitherspoon and I practiced #SocialDistancing on IG LIVE today (in the same sweater...not planned!!!) to announce that @littlefireshulu is available EARLY! Stream the first 3 episodes NOW!!!"

"OUR SHOW IS ON RIGHT NOW !!!!" Witherspoon added in the comments section.

"Little Fires Everywhere", also starring Joshua Jackson and Rosemarie DeWitt, is set in the author's native Ohio, and revolves around two families brought together through their children.

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