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Oscar-winner Frances McDormand ("Fargo") and Oscar-nominee Richard Jenkins ("The Visitor") star in the four-part drama "Olive Kitteridge," adapted from Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, which spans 25 years. Outspoken middle school teacher Olive has a complex relationship with husband Henry, a good-hearted, selfless pharmacist. She is very critical, and he finds her harsh and hurtful, yet each has traits the other adores, but their son, Christopher, resents her behavior and hates his dad being a victim. The program depicts life in a coastal town and the affects of mental illness.

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Olive goes to New York to visit Christopher, but is put off by his wife's demeanor; Olive receives bad news about Henry; Olive and Jack Kennison develop an unlikely bond.
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After a dinner with friends, Olive and Henry make a pit stop that takes a chilling turn; Christopher suggests that his parents should get counseling; Christopher confronts his mother about rebuking him throughout his childhood.
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Kevin returns to Maine on a dark mission; Olive invites Kevin to stay with her; Olive has a disagreement with the bride's mother at Christopher's wedding.
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Henry Kitteridge hires a new assistant at his pharmacy; Olive and a fellow teacher give a shy student a ride home; Henry goes on a hunting trip; Olive experiences a tragedy.

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