Those scenes that are just in every nook and cranny at the Grand Ole Opry, that to me is the beauty of the show.
Rawashda is holding his laptop as he points out every nook and cranny of his studio apartment.
Mousack is piped into every nook and cranny of the damn ship: the elevators, the restaurants, the hallways.
Unlike the three-walled sets of Hollywood soundstages, this is made for every nook and cranny to be filmed.
They have worked their way by a cranny deep into the thick wall.
The sunlight streamed into every nook and cranny of the room where they sat at breakfast.
The war spread the knowledge of the country to every cranny of the Empire.
Rays from the bull's-eyes were thrown into every nook and cranny.
There is no nook, no crevice or cranny, that is not full of force.
Her officers knew every nook and cranny of the coast along their beat.
mid-15c., possibly from a diminutive of Middle French cran "notch, fissure" (14c.), from crener "to notch, split," from Medieval Latin crenare, possibly from Latin cernere "to separate, sift" (see crisis). But OED casts doubt on this derivation.