A Million Little Things

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A Million Little Things
A Million Little Things titlecard.png
Genre
Created byDJ Nash
Starring
Composer(s)Gabriel Mann
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes37 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Production location(s)Vancouver, British Columbia
Cinematography
  • Bryce Fortner
  • G. Magni Ágústsson
  • Giovani Lampassi
  • Stewart Whelan
  • Kyle Jewell
Editor(s)
  • Andrew Doerfer
  • David Berman
  • Jamin Bricker
  • Bryan Lamoureux
  • Lauren Connelly
  • Lawrence Maddox
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time41–43 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorDisney–ABC Domestic Television
Release
Original networkABC
Picture format720p (HDTV)
Audio format5.1 surround sound
Original releaseSeptember 26, 2018 (2018-09-26) –
present (present)
External links
Official website

A Million Little Things is an American family drama television series created by DJ Nash for ABC. Nash, Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor, and James Griffiths serve as executive producers on the series. The series is produced by ABC Studios and Kapital Entertainment. The series features an ensemble cast including David Giuntoli, Romany Malco, Allison Miller, Christina Moses, Christina Ochoa, Grace Park, James Roday Rodriguez, Stéphanie Szostak, Tristan Byon and Lizzy Greene. The series received a put pilot commitment at ABC in August 2017; A Million Little Things was ordered to series in May 2018 and premiered on September 26, 2018. In October 2018, the show was picked for a full season of 17 episodes.[1] In February 2019, ABC renewed the series for a second season which premiered on September 26, 2019.[2][3] In May 2020, ABC renewed the series for a third season which premiered on November 19, 2020.[4][5]

Premise[edit]

Set in Boston, a tight-knit circle of friends is shocked after a member of the group commits suicide unexpectedly. The friends realize that they need to finally start living life as they cope with their loss. The title is a reference to the saying "Friendship isn't a big thing - it's a million little things".

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • David Giuntoli as Eddie Saville, a musician, music teacher and stay-at-home dad who is a recovering alcoholic having marital problems with Katherine.[6]
  • Romany Malco as Rome Howard, an aspiring filmmaker who yearns to accomplish something more meaningful with his life.[7]
  • Allison Miller as Maggie Bloom, a therapist and Gary's girlfriend who also survived breast cancer.[8]
  • Christina Moses as Regina Howard, a chef who wants to open her own restaurant.[9]
  • Christina Ochoa as Ashley Morales[a] (season 1), Jon's assistant.[10]
  • Grace Park as Katherine Kim, who used to be the fun one of the group, but now juggles her career as a lawyer with parenting her son, while trying to repair her marriage.[11][12]
  • James Roday Rodriguez as Gary Mendez, a friend of Eddie, Jon, and Rome, and a survivor of breast cancer.[13]
  • Stéphanie Szostak as Delilah Dixon, Jon's widow and mother of Sophie, Danny and Charlie.[14]
  • Tristan Byon as Theo Saville, Eddie and Katherine's son.[15][16]
  • Lizzy Greene as Sophie Dixon, Jon and Delilah's moody 16-year-old daughter.[17]
  • Chance Hurstfield as Danny Dixon (season 2-present; recurring season 1), Jon and Delilah's son and Sophie's little brother.[16]
  • Floriana Lima as Darcy (season 3; recurring season 2),[18] Gary's new love interest.

Recurring[edit]

  • Ron Livingston as Jon Dixon (season 1; guest season 2), a successful businessman who unexpectedly takes his own life. [19]
  • Constance Zimmer as Jeri Huntington (season 1), a councilwoman
  • Henderson Wade as Hunter (season 1), Katherine's co-worker.
  • James Tupper as Andrew Pollock, Regina and Delilah's financial partner in the restaurant.
  • Drea de Matteo as Barbara Nelson (née Morgan), a mysterious woman from Jon's past.
  • Chandler Riggs as PJ Nelson (season 2; guest season 1), a young man who befriends Rome, later revealed to be Barbara Morgan's son.[20][21]
  • Melora Hardin as Patricia Bloom (season 2; guest season 1), Maggie's mother.
  • Jason Ritter as Eric (season 2), a man who claimed to have Maggie's deceased brother's heart. He reveals that the heart actually went to his fiancée, who was killed in a car crash that Eric caused.
  • Ebboney Wilson as Eve (season 2), a young pregnant woman who was planning on giving up her baby for Rome and Regina to adopt but decided to keep the baby.
  • Chris Geere as Jamie (season 3)[22]

Guest[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
117September 26, 2018 (2018-09-26)February 28, 2019 (2019-02-28)
219September 26, 2019 (2019-09-26)March 26, 2020 (2020-03-26)
318[24]November 19, 2020 (2020-11-19)TBA

Season 1 (2018–19)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
11"Pilot"James GriffithsDJ NashSeptember 26, 2018 (2018-09-26)5.07[25]
After completing negotiations for a deal on the phone, Jon goes out onto the balcony of his office, leaves his phone and an envelope on the table, and calmly steps over the edge to his death. Meanwhile, Gary is at the doctor's for a regular check-up to see if his breast cancer is still in remission. When Eddie gets the call he is packing a suitcase and about to leave his workaholic wife Katherine for his lover. Rome has just stuffed a handful of pills in his mouth when he gets the call and spits them out. Gary brings Maggie from his cancer support group to the funeral and wake, where she gets on well with Delilah and Regina. The four men met when trapped in an elevator, and since they were all Boston Bruins fans, Jon bought them season tickets every year. They go to the next game together to honor Jon and try to figure out why he did it. Rome admits he has been depressed and the others insist he get help. Jon's final deal was a subsidized lease for Regina so that she can open a restaurant, instead of catering from her kitchen. Delilah is worried that Jon killed himself because of her affair with Eddie and ends it.
22"Band of Dads"James GriffithsDJ NashOctober 3, 2018 (2018-10-03)3.79[26]
Gary and Maggie continue spending time with each other. Maggie's ex turns up and says he's worried because she left suddenly when her cancer returned. Maggie tells him she doesn't want more chemotherapy. Sophie is upset because she and Jon were entered in a father-daughter dance recital and it feels like her father abandoned her. The guys resolve to step up and be dads for Jon's children. Sophie picks Eddie, to dance with her. Rome talks to Maggie about his suicide attempt. Ashley tells Delilah that Jon added her to the restaurant lease because he thought it was time she returned to work after raising their kids. Delilah finds the necklace Eddie lost in her car in Jon's nightstand and returns it to him. Eddie feeling guilty, pulls out of the recital. Jon had asked Rome to help him with the steps so he could dance with Sophie, and they do well. Ashley finds a note in the envelope that leads her to a hidden life insurance policy naming Gary, Eddie, Rome and Barbara Morgan as the only beneficiaries. Eddie has been avoiding listening to a voicemail that Jon left the day he died (while Eddie was busy having sex with Delilah), it says "love each other".
33"Save the Date"Richard J. LewisDJ Nash & David Marshall GrantOctober 10, 2018 (2018-10-10)3.66[27]
It's Gary's 35th birthday; he has a passionate night with Maggie until Jon's text reminder. Maggie, mad at Gary for prying, goes running and encounters Rome, who asks her to be his confidante. Jon's Boston Bruins fantasy camp plan for himself and the guys is reconsidered by the others. When they decide to go, Eddie stops by his house for his "lucky skates", returning unexpectedly for his forgotten cellphone, which leads to the revelation that Katherine's found out about Eddie's affair with Delilah. As the tryst's gossip quickly spreads, Delilah feels distraught with guilt. At fantasy camp, high tensions between Gary and Eddie lead to a hockey rink fight. Although Eddie apologizes, all is not forgiven. Later, Eddie tells his wife the affair is over, but Katherine is still infuriated. As the day ends, Delilah explains to Gary that while Jon was there for everyone, she felt forgotten; the reason for the affair with Eddie. Later, Gary blows out the candles of the birthday cake alone.
44"Friday Night Dinner"J. Miller TobinJulia CohenOctober 17, 2018 (2018-10-17)3.33[28]
Delilah sees a pizza peel from their traditional pizza nights and moves it to an obscure spot, unable to deal with the memories and guilt. When Sophie notices, she fights with her mom over trying to erase her dad's legacy from their lives. Gary and Rome hatch a plan to get Delilah and Regina in the restaurant to help with renovations. Regina is still furious at Delilah over the affair, but even more that Delilah didn't reveal that Jon was distant the past two years in their marriage. Eddie revisits the bar where he used to hang out. He flashes back to six months ago when Jon notices Eddie's drinking problem and has him kick the habit. Sophie visits Eddie and Katherine's house for an impromptu guitar lesson and a talk. Maggie is informed that her cancer is aggressively returning and she has three to six months to live if no treatment is sought. After Rome's meeting with Maggie, he confesses to Regina that he's unhappy with his job. Regina then visits Delilah and apologizes for not seeing her pain earlier and offers to help her get Pizza Night back on track. After dropping Sophie off at her house, Eddie and Katherine give in to their son's request to join them for dinner. Shortly thereafter, Gary and Eddie make amends, and Rome announces that he quit his job and he'll make his movie one way or another. Once the pizza is made, dinner night proceeds and they all give a toast to Jon.
55"The Game of Your Life"James GriffithsJordan HawleyOctober 24, 2018 (2018-10-24)3.49[29]
Gary takes Maggie out on a romantic day of activities, including hot-air ballooning. Knowing that Maggie's cancer has returned, Gary begs her to go through with chemotherapy and pledges to be by her side, but she refuses, so Gary and Maggie play one-on-one basketball to determine her fate. Sophie is suspended from school for punching a classmate who has said hurtful things about Jon and her, so Delilah comes up with a plan to help get Sophie's aggression out in a positive manner. Rome attends his first therapy session and receives a prescription for his depression. Meanwhile, Theo stars in a school play. Despite Eddie pulling off a miracle to delay the play so that Katherine can see it after work, she tells Eddie that she's divorcing him in the aftermath of his recent affair, and Eddie winds up on Gary's couch. Later the guys find a used pregnancy test, and Rome thinks Regina is pregnant. But Regina says that the test belongs to Delilah.
66"Unexpected"Nzingha StewartDJ Nash & Ashley SimsOctober 31, 2018 (2018-10-31)3.31[30]
The guys and ladies get together at Rome and Regina's home for game night, which comes to a grinding halt with questions about Delilah's pregnancy, leaving Eddie with more regrets about his affair. Eddie lands a gig at the bar, but is asked to stay with his son Theo while Katherine goes on a business trip; Gary and Maggie agree to babysit. Ashley visits a still-rattled Delilah while keeping Jon's insurance policy a secret. Shortly thereafter, Delilah asks Gary to bring her to the OBGYN to terminate her pregnancy. Rome and Regina set their sights on opening a new restaurant, but Regina's mom Shelley shows up and meddles into their affairs. Later, Regina finds Rome's suicide note written the day of Jon's death. Rome tells his wife that while he has a happy life, he still feels unhappy, leading Regina to console him. Later, Eddie has jitters as he's never performed sober before and calls Gary for some advice. After building up some confidence thanks to Theo, Eddie performs for his friends and patrons. After the concert, Delilah tells Eddie backstage that she and Jon weren't sleeping together and convinced Eddie that the baby is his.
77"I Dare You"James GriffithsDavid Marshall GrantNovember 7, 2018 (2018-11-07)3.28[31]
Rome wakes up with stomach pains and asks Maggie if it had to do with his antidepressants. After falling over, Regina panics and takes him to the hospital. While Gina struggles to cope, Gary and Eddie stand by to make sure Rome drinks a charcoal-like substance to clear his stomach to find the source of his pain, which was a small kidney stone. Delilah feels anxious about her ultrasound, and Eddie offers to take her. Gary and Maggie take turns playing a game of dare, including singing their rendition of Elton John's "I'm Still Standing" at a restaurant. Gary then tries once more to get Maggie to get chemo, but she's upset with him. Eddie encounters an up-and-coming singer who wants to use Eddie's song "Unexpected" in his album. Eddie reluctantly agrees, but passes on his advice to put the bottle down. Later, Danny, Delilah and Jon's son, has a date with a boy from school and asks Gary's advice. Meanwhile, Regina is still mad that everyone knew about Rome's depression but her, so the two go for the first-date role-playing approach.
88"Fight or Flight"Ami Canaan MannTawnya Bhattacharya & Ali LaventholNovember 28, 2018 (2018-11-28)3.47[32]
Maggie has a recurring nightmare of herself in a plane with a young guy named Chad who's drinking some booze as they are in turbulence. Meanwhile, Gary helps Eddie and his son Theo find a new apartment, however Eddie is hesitant to commit to a 1-year lease. Gina and Delilah set up for the grand opening, but later congregate to discuss with their group on what to do since Gary and Maggie's breakup. They try to get Maggie to open up, but she relents, and they ultimately blame Gary. It is not until days later that Maggie finally reveals she is dying as the reason for the break-up. Meanwhile, Gary travels to Chicago for some advice from an unlikely source – Maggie's ex Tom. Later, the party commences at the new restaurant. Gary returns and joins in, but then sees Maggie and the two have another fight over trying to get chemo treatment for her. After Gary angrily walks out, he starts an affair with Ashley. As Gina drives Maggie home, it was revealed that Chad was Maggie's brother who died in a car crash resulting from a DUI. Maggie has another dizzy spell followed by the same recurring nightmare, which had a happy ending.
99"Perspective"Chris KochDJ Nash & Jonathan CarenDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)3.17[33]
It's been a full year since Gary has beaten breast cancer. Throughout the 1-year anniversary, he has flashbacks of himself with Jon as his moral support during chemotherapy. Meanwhile, Maggie builds herself a bucket list of things to do before she succumbs to her cancer. Delilah tells Maggie she wishes to travel back to two years prior to Jon becoming distant and shutting her out. Later, Eddie's former bandmate stops by to ask him to rejoin the group, but Eddie is hesitant due to taking care of Theo. Later, he finds out that Katherine's new love interest Hunter picks up the slack as Katherine struggles to find a babysitter while working at the firm. Rome's dad visits him and Gina to help with fixing their broken sink. He too finds out about Rome's depression and how he is getting help. Gary then meets with Ashley again and discusses whether Jon planned his suicide or if he's having financial problems. Ashley then brings Gary to an impromptu "You're Cancer Free" party that she and their friends put together. What was to be a joyous moment turned somber as Gary lashes out and destroys the painting Jon hung up for Gary because Jon fought so hard to keep him alive only to end his own. Days later, Maggie texts Gary as she finally gets chemo.
1010"Christmas Wishlist"Nina Lopez CorradoJordan Hawley & Chris Erric MaddoxDecember 12, 2018 (2018-12-12)3.37[34]
Gary and the gang arrive at the Dixon house to make the Christmas season easier on the family following Jon's death. Sophie has a flashback of her dad wearing a Santa suit, causing her to leave the party upset. Eddie tries to see her through it and they end up playing guitar together. Gary also has a flashback of Jon, he walks away to Jon's office to have some alone time and sees Ashley on the phone with a banker. Gary hopes for some answers from Ashley about the day of Jon's suicide, but she tells him to make sure his family has a good time. Gina hopes to be intimate with Rome, who admits his sex drive is limited due to his medication. Later, Maggie assists Gary in buying more Christmas lights. She doesn't reveal that she has begun chemo until she vomits in front of Gary in his new car. Meanwhile, Eddie takes Delilah to the hospital. Sophie follows to the hospital and is informed her mother is pregnant. Back at the Dixon house, the Christmas party resumes. Sophie, in a much better mood, teams up with Eddie and puts on a yuletide concert. Delilah is served an eviction notice, despite Ashley's pleas to the bankers. The next day, Eddie goes on tour with his band. Rome vows to Gina that he'll return to the man he once was. Later, Gary hangs up Jon's repaired picture for Maggie and sits with her during chemo as her moral support. Ashley then flashes back to a moment with Jon.
1111"Secrets and Lies"James GriffithsJulia Cohen & Dante RussoJanuary 17, 2019 (2019-01-17)5.22[35]
Days before his death, Jon made a video of himself apologizing to Barbara for abandoning her. In the present day, Delilah contemplates going to Katherine regarding the bank's foreclosure on her house; apparently Jon leveraged his family’s home against a larger commercial loan, and Delilah signed off on it--never knowing what the papers were. Meanwhile, the gang preps for a road race to benefit suicide-prevention efforts, but Gary thinks Maggie should sit it out due to the side-effects of her chemotherapy. Katherine lets Delilah know that she got a 60-day extension on her home, but at a cost of $18 million; Gary, befuddled by Jon's recent actions doesn't believe he would leave his family stranded. Following what had transpired, Delilah and Katherine try to get more information on Winthrop Holdings, the shell company that Jon set up. While obtaining copies of documents, Ashley is at the front desk, closing out “the Rutledge account” and taking the check made out to her. Faced with the grim news that Gina’s restaurant may never open, thanks to the financial woes attached to the property, Rome offers to go back to making commercials, through support from his family.
1212"The Day Before..."Silver TreeAshley SimsJanuary 24, 2019 (2019-01-24)5.41[36]
The gang reflects on the events the day before Jon's suicide: Maggie was in remission for six months before her cancer aggressively returned. Jon received a voice message from Jeri (played by Constance Zimmer) demanding that he stop calling her. The guys get together for a basketball but not before ripping on Gary for dating a series of women then dumping them for no reason. After the tense call, Jon confides in Ashley that a subway vote they needed isn’t going to happen, and therefore their business is likely going under. Rome nails a pitch to make a commercial for Super Bowl LIII and he was happy about it until he wasn't. Gary feeds a stray dog and names it Colin, and was dismayed that the animal shelter would euthanized him and older dogs if they're not adopted. As Gary waits for the results of his screening, he made arrangements to adopt Colin. On the day of the tragic event, Jon leaves for work while Delilah and Eddie discuss having an affair. Meanwhile in his final moments, Jon dismisses Ashley, finishes his call, then calls Eddie advising them all to "love each other" then jumps off the balcony, but not before buying Ashley a ticket to Spain.
1313"Twelve Seconds"James GriffithsDJ NashJanuary 31, 2019 (2019-01-31)5.29[37]
Jeri was a business partner of Jon before she argued with him in her last phone call with him. Upon hearing of Jon's suicide, Jeri feels so guilty that she inadvertently contributed to Jon's despair, that she worked tirelessly with Ashley to get the mass transit vote back on the table. And though Jeri assured Delilah that the rescheduled vote would come out in her favor, the city council ultimately decided not to go through with installing a new subway stop near Jon’s old apartment. Not willing to take that risk, Delilah sold the property to an interested buyer minutes before the vote took place.
1414"Someday"Richard J. LewisDavid Marshall GrantFebruary 7, 2019 (2019-02-07)5.25[38]
Eddie returns home from his musical tour with zero hook-ups, and was taken aback when he finds that Delilah is pregnant. Regina prepares to finally open her own restaurant. To help her along, Delilah tracks down a food-and-beverage expert, who procures them a liquor license and a bartending staff. What hinders the grand opening was Regina finding out from her mother that the money came from her Uncle Neil. This lead Rome to call up Maggie to help his despondent wife, who later told her story on how she was sexually assaulted by her uncle. Meanwhile, Gary unsuccessfully tries to track down Barbera Morgan, another associate of Jon's to find more answers about his friend's dismay; so he hires a private investigator, still yielding no results. The morning after her breakdown, Regina plans to confront her uncle, but he died at the hospital, then she and mom had a fraught conversation regarding Neil's past. Despite some rough beginnings, Regina's restaurant has opened to a happy crowd, and the gang helps out with service. Later, an unknown female at Barbera's old residence watches the video Jon made.
1515"The Rock"James GriffithsJordan Hawley & Tucker CawleyFebruary 14, 2019 (2019-02-14)4.93[39]
Maggie wraps up her chemotherapy and has an 80% chance of doing well. Ahead of her surgery, she asks Gary to take her to Plymouth, Massachusetts. Katherine and Eddie contemplate their divorce by meditating. It goes well until Theo's guardianship was brought up, which causes Katherine to leave. Later, she was in an auto accident and was taken to the hospital. As Katherine recovers, she reflects on how close she came to not seeing her son again. Meanwhile, Rome's father shows up at Rome & Regina's unannounced letting him know his brother Omar will be staying over, much to Rome's dismay.
1616"The Rosary"Richard J. LewisStory by : Tawnya Bhattacharya & Ali Laventhol
Teleplay by : Julia Cohen
February 21, 2019 (2019-02-21)5.25[40]
The mystery woman (possibly Barbera Morgan) creepily watches the Dixon house. She goes as far as talking her way into the house by making up a story about having met Sophie at the 5K a few weeks back. Over at the hospital, Maggie undergoes surgery with Gary as her moral support. As Maggie was escorted to the operating room, Gary rushes to get the rosary. On the way back a woman steals the parking spot that Gary was about to take. It was none other than Maggie's mother Patricia. For a while, she and Gary get into a tiff. He later apologizes but Patricia wouldn't accept them. It wasn't until they were in the hospital church that patricia finally breaks down, fearing she would lose Maggie. They later stood beside Maggie as she wakes up from her operation the next morning. Meanwhile, Rome finishes his screenplay, but he won't let anyone see it until it's proofed. He misplaced his screenplay at the hospital, and he eventually finds it in the hands of a teenager named PJ, who loved his screenplay as he relates to the storyline. Shortly thereafter, Rome calls the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for information on volunteering. Regina gets a positive review of her restaurant on the newspaper, but was dismayed it focuses on the involvement of Andrew and gives her very little of the credit. Eddie and Katherine prepare to sign the divorce papers, but just as they do, Theo has a nightmare.
1717"Goodbye"James GriffithsDJ NashFebruary 28, 2019 (2019-02-28)5.26[41]
After rekindling a spark with Katherine and deciding not to go through with their divorce, Eddie realizes that he and Theo’s mom cannot restart their marriage with any secrets or lies between them. Delilah is ready to let the whole Barbara Morgan mystery go, but Sophie says the new baby might want answers someday. So Delilah returns to the house she and Gary previous visited, and it turns out that the woman is Barbara. She then tells her the story of how she dated Jon's roommate Dave and then shows Delilah the video Jon made. It was apparent that Jon and Dave bought tickets to a flight leaving Logan International Airport on September 11, 2001, but that Jon just missed the flight because he ran to an airport shop for some wine. That flight was one of two that terrorists used to take down the World Trade Center towers. Since then Jon had survivor's guilt and has stopped talking to Barbera after learning she was pregnant. Delilah then had a flashback to when she and Jon met moments after. When Delilah tells her friends what she’s learned, Maggie points out that it was likely the totality of Jon’s issues—-including his financial problems and his grief over Dave that led him to choose to end his life. Later, Maggie learns she is cancer-free, which sparks tears of joy from Gary and laughs from Maggie herself. After helping Maggie settle into her new apartment, Gary is accompanied to Jon’s grave for a proper goodbye the two friends never got.

Season 2 (2019–20)[edit]

No.
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No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
181"Coming Home"Nina Lopez-CorradoDJ NashSeptember 26, 2019 (2019-09-26)4.99[42]
As Delilah is about to give birth, Eddie confesses to Katherine that he is the father of Delilah's baby. She instructs him to go to the hospital to at least be there for the birth before taking off to her mother’s. Gary, Maggie, and the rest of the gang get the call that Delilah is in labour. While trying to purchase the crib they forgot about, Gary confronts Eddie about him being the father of Delilah's baby, while Rome is dumbstruck about Jon's vasectomy he never knew about. Rome confesses to Regina and Gary that he wants kids. Later, at the Dixons, everyone gathers together to celebrate the newly named baby Charlotte Dixon and take a group picture underneath Jon's old jersey.
192"Grand Canyon"Chris KochDJ Nash & Geoffrey NaufftsOctober 3, 2019 (2019-10-03)4.77[43]
Maggie's mother, Patricia, visits town for the weekend, but it is later revealed she has left her husband, which doesn't sit too well with Maggie. Barbera and her husband Mitch visit with Delilah informing her of getting notices from the Rutledge trust, which Jon set up to compensate Barbara and P.J. for abandoning them. Mitch wants to get rid of the money so that his son won't find out he's been lying to him his whole life. Meanwhile, as Rome volunteers at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, P.J. reaches out to Rome in a phone call. Shortly, they suggest meeting up for dinner to talk things out where P.J. reveals that he believes Jon is his real dad. Delilah feels anxious about everything that has happened, but restaurant owner Andrew tells her to forgive herself. Meanwhile, Gina and Andrew butt heads regarding restaurant figures. Eddie manages to keep Theo distracted in the midst of trying to track down Katherine, who eventually returned home still not feeling alright.
203"Mixed Signals"Steve RobinDavid Marshall GrantOctober 10, 2019 (2019-10-10)4.23[44]
214"The Perfect Storm"Nina Lopez-CorradoJulia Cohen & Ashley SimsOctober 17, 2019 (2019-10-17)4.05[45]
225"Austin"Eric LaneuvilleDJ Nash & Michelle LeibelOctober 24, 2019 (2019-10-24)4.38[46]
236"Unleashed"Tessa BlakeLauren Bachelis & Christopher LuccyOctober 31, 2019 (2019-10-31)4.16[47]
247"Ten Years"Robert Duncan McNeillChris Erric Maddox & Dante RussoNovember 7, 2019 (2019-11-07)4.45[48]
258"Goodnight"Kevin TancharoenGeoffrey Nauffts & Mimi Won TechentinNovember 14, 2019 (2019-11-14)4.57[49]
269"Time Stands Still"Nina Lopez-CorradoDJ Nash & Michelle LeibelNovember 21, 2019 (2019-11-21)4.59[50]
2710"The Kiss"Steve RobinDavid Marshall GrantJanuary 23, 2020 (2020-01-23)4.17[51]
2811"We're the Howards"Stacey K. BlackLauren Bachelis & Christopher LuccyJanuary 30, 2020 (2020-01-30)3.81[52]
2912"Guilty"Pete ChatmonJulia Cohen & Ashley SimsFebruary 6, 2020 (2020-02-06)3.73[53]
3013"Daisy"Nina Lopez-CorradoTucker Cawley & Dante RussoFebruary 13, 2020 (2020-02-13)3.65[54]
3114"The Sleepover"Nicole RubioMimi Won Techentin & Chris Erric MaddoxFebruary 20, 2020 (2020-02-20)3.65[55]
3215"The Lunch"Richard J. LewisGeoffrey Nauffts & Katie ScheinesFebruary 27, 2020 (2020-02-27)3.68[56]
3316"Change of Plans"Daisy von Scherler MayerDJ Nash & Michelle LiebelMarch 5, 2020 (2020-03-05)3.64[57]
3417"One Year Later"Rebecca AsherDavid Marshall Grant & Julia CohenMarch 12, 2020 (2020-03-12)3.75[58]
3518"Mothers and Daughters"Nina Lopez-CorradoTucker Cawley & Mimi Won TechentinMarch 19, 2020 (2020-03-19)4.13[59]
3619"'Til Death Do Us Part"Nina Lopez-CorradoDJ NashMarch 26, 2020 (2020-03-26)4.27[60]

Season 3 (2020)[edit]

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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date [61]U.S. viewers
(millions)
371"Hit & Run"Nina Lopez-CorradoDJ Nash & Michelle LeibelNovember 19, 2020 (2020-11-19)4.04[62]
382"Writings on the Wall"[63]Tessa BlakeTerrence Coli & Geoffrey NaufftsDecember 3, 2020 (2020-12-03)TBD
393"Letting Go"[64]Nina Lopez-CorradoDavid Marshall Grant & Elizabeth LaimeDecember 10, 2020 (2020-12-10)TBD
404"The Talk"[61]TBATBADecember 17, 2020 (2020-12-17)TBD

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

It's an optimistic look at how the loss of a friend is the impetus for the other seven to finally start living, to make a promise to him and to themselves to finally be honest about what's really going on,... I know in my own life, my friend's passing is a constant reminder to keep things in perspective.

—Creator D. J. Nash, creator on the underlying themes of the series.[65]

On August 18, 2017, ABC landed a series titled A Million Little Things with a put pilot commitment, to be written by DJ Nash, who would serve as executive producer alongside Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor. The series was described as "being in the tone of The Big Chill," with the title stemming from the popular adage, "Friendship isn't a big thing – it's a million little things."[65] Nash came up with the idea for the series following his single-camera comedy pilot Losing It. He said that "Sometimes in comedy, you have to apologize for adding drama, which is why I was so thrilled to see ABC's passion for a drama that has comedy".[65] ABC officially ordered the series to pilot in January 2018,[66] and the show was officially picked up to series on May 9, 2018.[19] The series is produced by ABC Studios and Kapital Entertainment.[19] On February 5, 2019, during the TCA press tour, A Million Little Things was renewed for a second season.[67][2][3] On August 8, 2019, it was announced that ABC had ordered a full season for the second season.[68] On May 21, 2020, ABC renewed the series for a third season which premiered on November 19, 2020.[4][5] At the PaleyFest New York panel, Nash announced that the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement will be part of the storylines for the third season.[69]

Casting[edit]

On February 6, 2018, David Giuntoli was cast as Eddie.[6] A week later, Romany Malco was cast as Rome.[7] By the end of the month, Christina Ochoa had joined the cast as Ashley,[10] along with Anne Son as Katherine,[70] Christina Moses as Regina Howard,[9] and James Roday Rodriguez as Gary.[13] In early March 2018, Stéphanie Szostak was cast as Delilah,[14] while Lizzy Greene was cast as Sophie Dixon.[17] That month, it was also revealed that Ron Livingston had joined the series in an unspecified role,[15] which was revealed with the series order in May to be the character Jon.[19] On June 27, 2018, Grace Park was cast as Katherine, replacing Anne Son who was in the original pilot.[11][12]

Filming[edit]

Production on the pilot took place from March 12 to 29, 2018,[71] in Vancouver, British Columbia.[72] Principal photography for the first season began on July 24, 2018, and concluded on February 4, 2019.[73] Filming for the second season began on June 19, 2019 and ended on February 19, 2020.[74] Filming for the third season began on August 27, 2020 and is scheduled to end on May 17, 2021.[75]

Music[edit]

The soundtrack for the first season was released digitally on March 1, 2019, by Hollywood Records.[76]

Release[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

The series premiered on September 26, 2018 on ABC in the United States.[77] In Canada, the series airs on Citytv. In Turkey, the series broadcast through pay broadcaster Digiturk.[78] The second season premiered on September 26, 2019.[3]

Home media[edit]

The first season was released on DVD in Region 1 on August 27, 2019.[79]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

On review aggregation Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 53% with an average rating of 6.34/10, based on 32 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Despite a decent ensemble and a few intriguing elements, A MillIon Little Things breaks under the weight of its own emotionally lofty ambitions."[80] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the series a score of 51 out of 100 based on 15 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews."[81]

Ratings[edit]

Overall[edit]

Viewership and ratings per season of A Million Little Things
Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership
rank
Avg. viewers
(millions)
18–49
rank
Avg. 18–49
rating
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
1 Wednesday 10:00 pm (1–10)
Thursday 9:00 pm (11–17)
17 September 26, 2018 5.07[25] February 28, 2019 5.26[41] 2018–19 49 7.78 20 2.0[82]
2 Thursday 9:00 pm (1–9)
Thursday 10:00 pm (10–19)
19 September 26, 2019 4.99[42] March 26, 2020 4.27[60] 2019–20 47 7.26 20 1.6[83]
3 Thursday 10:00 pm[5] 18[24] November 19, 2020 4.04[62] TBA TBD 2020–21 TBD TBD TBD TBD

Season 1[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of A Million Little Things
No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Pilot" September 26, 2018 1.1/5 5.07[25] 1.1 4.27 2.2 9.34[84]
2 "Band of Dads" October 3, 2018 0.8/3 3.79[26] 1.1 3.71 1.9 7.50[85]
3 "Save the Date" October 10, 2018 0.8/3 3.66[27] 1.1 3.50 1.9 7.17[86]
4 "Friday Night Dinner" October 17, 2018 0.8/3 3.33[28] 1.0 3.49 1.8 6.82[87]
5 "The Game of Your Life" October 24, 2018 0.8/3 3.49[29] 1.0 3.41 1.8 6.91[88]
6 "Unexpected" October 31, 2018 0.8/3 3.31[30] 1.0 3.36 1.8 6.67[89]
7 "I Dare You" November 7, 2018 0.7/3 3.28[31] 1.1 3.53 1.8 6.81[90]
8 "Fight or Flight" November 28, 2018 0.8/3 3.47[32] 1.0 3.55 1.8 7.02[91]
9 "Perspective" December 5, 2018 0.7/3 3.17[33] 1.0 3.42 1.7 6.60[92]
10 "Christmas Wishlist" December 12, 2018 0.7/3 3.37[34] 1.0 3.37 1.7 6.74[93]
11 "Secrets and Lies" January 17, 2019 1.1/5 5.22[35] 1.1 3.53 2.2 8.76[94]
12 "The Day Before..." January 24, 2019 1.1/5 5.41[36] 1.1 3.46 2.2 8.87[95]
13 "Twelve Seconds" January 31, 2019 1.1/5 5.29[37] 1.0 3.31 2.1 8.61[96]
14 "Someday" February 7, 2019 1.0/5 5.25[38] 1.1 3.45 2.1 8.66[97]
15 "The Rock" February 14, 2019 1.0/5 4.93[39] 1.1 3.50 2.1 8.44[98]
16 "The Rosary" February 21, 2019 1.1/5 5.25[40] 1.1 3.41 2.2 8.66[99]
17 "Goodbye" February 28, 2019 1.1/5 5.26[41] 1.0 3.32 2.1 8.59[100]

Season 2[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of A Million Little Things
No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Coming Home" September 26, 2019 1.0/5 4.99[42] 0.8 3.06 1.8 8.06[101]
2 "Grand Canyon" October 3, 2019 0.8/4 4.77[43] 1.0 2.97 1.8 7.74[102]
3 "Mixed Signals" October 10, 2019 0.8/4 4.23[44] 0.9 3.01 1.7 7.25[103]
4 "The Perfect Storm" October 17, 2019 0.7/4 4.05[45] 0.9 3.12 1.6 7.17[104]
5 "Austin" October 24, 2019 0.9/4 4.38[46] 0.7 2.91 1.6 7.29[105]
6 "Unleashed" October 31, 2019 0.7/3 4.16[47] 0.8 2.70 1.5 6.83[106]
7 "Ten Years" November 7, 2019 0.8/4 4.45[48] 0.7 2.91 1.5 7.36[107]
8 "Goodnight" November 14, 2019 0.8/4 4.57[49] 0.8 2.87 1.6 7.44[108]
9 "Time Stands Still" November 21, 2019 0.8/4 4.59[50] 0.8 2.91 1.6 7.50[109]
10 "The Kiss" January 23, 2020 0.7/4 4.17[51] 0.9 3.45 1.6 7.62[110]
11 "We're the Howards" January 30, 2020 0.6/3 3.81[52] 0.9 3.24 1.5 7.06[111]
12 "Guilty" February 6, 2020 0.7/4 3.73[53] 0.9 3.36 1.6 7.07[112]
13 "Daisy" February 13, 2020 0.6/3 3.65[54] 0.9 3.43 1.5 7.07[113]
14 "The Sleepover" February 20, 2020 0.6/3 3.65[55] 0.8 3.33 1.4 6.99[114]
15 "The Lunch" February 27, 2020 0.6/4 3.68[56] 0.8 3.19 1.4 6.87[115]
16 "Change of Plans" March 5, 2020 0.6/3 3.64[57] 0.9 3.25 1.5 6.90[116]
17 "One Year Later" March 12, 2020 0.6/3 3.75[58] 0.9 3.45 1.5 7.20[117]
18 "Mothers and Daughters" March 19, 2020 0.7/3 4.13[59] 0.8 3.12 1.5 7.25[118]
19 "'Til Death Do Us Part" March 26, 2020 0.7/3 4.27[60] 0.8 3.00 1.5 7.27[119]

Season 3[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of A Million Little Things
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Hit & Run" November 19, 2020 0.7 4.04[62] TBD TBD TBD TBD

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2019
Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Romany Malco Nominated [120]
Television Academy Honors Outstanding Programs and Storytellers Advancing Social Change Through Television A Million Little Things Won [121]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Christina Ochoa is credited as a series regular through 1x13.

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