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From Mike White (HBO’s Enlightened.), The White Lotus is a sharp social satire following the exploits of various employees and guests at an exclusive Hawaiian resort over the span of one highly transformative week.

As darker dynamics emerge with each passing day, this biting six-episode series gradually reveals the complex truths of the seemingly picture-perfect travelers, cheerful hotel employees, and idyllic locale itself.​

Created, written, and directed by Mike White; executive produced by Mike White, David Bernad, and Nick Hall; co-executive produced by Mark Kamine.

Catch Up On the Latest

Rachel floats a career change to Shane. Belinda starts to take Tanya’s proposition seriously. Armond’s renewed sobriety is put to the test.

INSIDE4:30
Inside Episode 4

Cast and crew share their insights into the fourth episode.

PREVIEW0:54
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Feeling sidelined, Rachel begins to rethink her marriage. Armond attempts damage control. Paula becomes disillusioned with the Mossbachers. ​

Behind the Scenes

INSIDE2:42
Invitation to the Set

Show creator Mike White and the cast share some of the themes and characters to expect in The White Lotus.

EXTRA48:56
World Premiere Q&A at ATX Television Festival

The cast and crew come together in a virtual panel to discuss their characters and the experience of making the show for the world premiere screening at ATX.

BEHIND THE SCENES2:39
Snap Judgements

Cast members share their first impressions of each other through a series of rapid-fire questions.

BEHIND THE SCENES1:45
On Location in Maui

The cast and crew describe the experience of shooting in Hawaii, with insight from Michael P. Victorino, the mayor of Maui, on the Hawaiian culture.

INSIDE4:50
Inside Episode 1

Dive deeper into the season premiere with the show’s cast and crew.

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Inside Episode 2

Cast and crew share their insight into the second episode.

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Inside Episode 3

Cast and crew share their insights into the third episode.

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