ABC picked up A Million Little Things for a fifth season on May 13, just a few days before the end of Season 4. This was said to be a last-minute decision. Deadline says that A Million Little Things will probably end after Season 5. However, ABC Entertainment President Craig Erwich told the website that they “haven’t made any decisions yet” about the show’s future after next year.
Erwich told the outlet on May 17: “I’ve had some really good creative talks with [creator DJ Nash] about what the next season will be like, and I think fans will enjoy it.” “The show ends on a really good note that I think will set us up well for next season.”
According to Deadline, the main reason for the delay was that the show’s ratings were going down. Deadline also said that ABC asked the show’s writers not to make the season finale on May 18 a series finale. The episode is called “Just In Case,” which seems to confirm the report. As an insider told them, the network’s request during contract talks “brought on a lot of anxiety” because Nash had pitched the series with a pre-planned ending that would have been lost if the show got canceled.
No matter what, the team has at least one more season to finish the story. So far, here’s everything you need to know about Season 5 of A Million Little Things.
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A Million Little Things Season 5 Release Date Information
People will have to wait a little while to see what happens next. ABC’s Fall TV schedule does not include A Million Little Things for the first time since the show’s premiere in 2018. According to Deadline, Season 5 will start airing in 2023, but it’s not clear yet if it will be in the winter or spring.
This post will be changed as more information about Season 5 of “A Million Little Things” comes out.
A Million Little Things Season 5 Cast Details
David Giuntoli (who plays Eddie Saville), Romany Malco (who plays Rome Howard), Allison Miller (who plays Maggie Bloom), Christina Moses (who plays Regina Howard), Grace Park (who plays Katherine Saville), James Roday Rodriguez (who plays Gary Mendez), Tristan Byon (who plays Theo Saville), Lizzy Greene (who plays Sophie Dixon), and Chance Hurstfield make up the main cast of “A Million Little Things” (Danny Dixon).
Lizzy Greene plays Sophie Dixon on ABC’s “A Million Little Things,” and Stephanie Szostak plays Delilah Dixon.
Even though ABC hasn’t said who will be in Season 5, all of these actors are likely to be back. Stephanie Szostak hasn’t been seen as Delilah Dixon since the end of Season 3, so it’s not clear if or when she’ll be back. Nash told TVLine in September 2021 that COVID travel restrictions were the original reason Delilah wasn’t on the show, but that Szostak would still be a recurring guest star in Season 4. (The actor’s family lives in Connecticut, but the movies are shot in Vancouver, British Columbia.)
“[Szostak] has lived away from her boys and her husband for the first two seasons,” Nash told TVLine in September 2021, explaining that at the time, international travelers to Canada had to stay in quarantine for 14 days. “So we wrote her out of Season 3, thinking, ‘Oh, she’ll be back.'” Then she said, “I need to spend more time with my family, I don’t want to do all the episodes.”
As of the penultimate episode of Season 4, however, the actor hasn’t shown up because her character is still in France. However, it’s hard to believe that she wouldn’t come back in some way for a possible final season.
Plot Details Of A Million Little Things Season 5
ABC said Maggie and Gary’s rekindled relationship would be “put to the test once again” in the Season 4 finale as they continued their IVF journey and possible pregnancy. In Episode 19, Maggie’s mom Patricia Bloom came back as a guest star to support the couple.
In an interview with Showbiz Cheat Sheet on May 11, Hardin hinted that Season 5 would have “some nice resolutions, in some ways” as the three characters got closer. She did say that Nash “keeps his cards so close to his chest,” but she didn’t know yet how their story will go.
Eddie, meanwhile, finds out “a shocking secret” about his girlfriend Anna (Erin Karpluk) after her ex-husband Peter (Andrew Leeds) dies, which is likely to change their future. Giuntoli said of his character in early May, before it was known that Anna might have been involved in the murder, “I think he’s trying to give Anna the benefit of the doubt.”
“I think Eddie knows that losing a spouse, a marriage, and a life partner is a very hard thing to go through, so when he finds out she was lying to him and drinking and all that, he is pretty forgiving. So he loves her, wants the best for her, and wants to show up for her in ways he never did for Katherine.
Concerning Katherine, her relationship with Greta (Cameron Esposito) was in trouble after Shanice’s (Nikita Dionne) recent visit, which led her son Theo to look for help from “an unlikely source.” Giuntoli, who directed an episode of Season 4, thinks that Katherine’s exes are “really crushing” after their divorce.
He calls the fact that they are now getting along “the best part of their relationship.” The actor also said, “I know Eddie still has good and bad feelings, and I’m sure Katherine does too, but they’re helping each other for their son’s sake.”
How Can I Watch The Fifth Season Of A Million Little Things?
All Of A Million Little Things’s Seasons Are Available On Hulu.