American family drama TV shows A Million Little Things was developed by DJ Nash for ABC. The show’s ensemble cast includes David Giuntoli, Grace Park, Romany Malco, Christina Moses, Allison Miller, James Roday Rodriguez, Stéphanie Szostak, Tristan Byon, and Lizzy Greene. It is produced by ABC Signature and Kapital Entertainment.
In August 2017, ABC committed to producing the show. A Million Little Things received a series order in May 2018 and debuted on September 26, 2018. The show received a fourth season renewal in May 2021, and it debuted on September 22, 2021.
The show was given a fifth season in May 2022. The fifth season of the show, with a season premiere set for February 8, 2023, was revealed to be the final one in November 2022.
Coli referred to how the show began with Jon Dixon’s (Ron Livingston’s) suicide in the pilot and its effect on his close friends by saying, “It feels like a bookend.” “Gary [whose illness resurfaced in Season 4 but only Maggie knew about it until Rome unintentionally discovered his secret in the season finale] is going to receive support from the friend group.
Through all of the difficulties, they have supported one another and come through. Nash, the series creator, and former showrunner before turning the reins on to Coli said he had the idea for the finale even before the show had even started. “I want to know how a pilot will conclude when I shoot it. We were clear about our direction from the start.
For a very long time, the EPs and the writers kept this information to themselves, he claimed. Throughout Season 5, Nash hinted that viewers might see a “cast they haven’t seen in a while,” including Livingston, who will likely make a flashback appearance.
Nash said to Deadline in a Q&A following the Season 4 finale that he was attempting to reunite with Delilah’s original cast member Stéphanie Szostak for a few episodes. The fifth and final season’s promo, which debuted on Wednesday and is embedded below, looks back at the first four seasons before delivering a preview of the show’s final episodes.
The audience will “see this extraordinary adventure come to a close via tears and laughter. The last season’s description states, “Along the road, we’ll explore the depths of friendship, love, and sadness as we wish this wonderful family of friends goodbye, once again proving that friendship really is a million tiny things.
David Giuntoli, Romany Malco, Allison Miller, Christina Moses, Grace Park, James Roday Rodriguez, Stephanie Szostak, Tristan Byon, Lizzy Greene, and Chance Hurstfield are among the cast members of A Million Little Things.
The executive producer and creator are Nash. Coli is the showrunner and executive producer. Executive producing are Brian Morewitz and Aaron Kaplan as well.
The sitcom is co-executively produced by Joanna Kerns and is produced by ABC Signature/Kapital Entertainment. Disney Television Studios includes ABC Signature. A Million Little Things’ fifth season will begin airing on ABC on February 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
The Legacy Of A Million Little Things
The popularity of This Is Us contributed to the release of A Million Little Things. The emotive, extensive family drama genre was not created by the NBC program, but it was revived by it. It demonstrated that a small-scale drama might be just as popular with viewers as a sci-fi epic like Lost or a mystery like Desperate Housewives with the right cast, thoughtful writing, and direction. The core Pearsons turned out to be the focus of This Is Us in the end.
Many networks attempted to duplicate the popularity of This Is Us. Even today, the brand-new Apple TV+ drama Dear Edward embodies that look. Although A Million Little Things wasn’t a rating powerhouse, it did enjoy a decent run at a time when the majority of broadcast series are having trouble getting viewers’ attention. Those who have stuck with the show through season 5 (Premiere Recap) should find the conclusion moving.
Before A Million Little Things can officially be included in the list of television shows that finish in 2023, it still has a season’s worth of goodbyes to complete. However, based on his remarks, it appears like Nash has created both a satisfying ending and a glimmer of what a reboot might include. A Million Little Things might still be back given that shows have the option of switching to a different network or streaming service.
A Million Little Things to End With Season 5 at ABC
With its forthcoming fifth season, the ABC drama “A Million Little Things” will come to an end. The series’ last episodes will premiere in the middle of the season, with the A Million Little Things Season 5 opening scheduled for Wednesday, February 8 at 10 p.m. The ABC fall 2018 premiere of “A Million Little Things” in September 2018 followed a close-knit group of friends who are inspired to live richer lives after the sudden death of a close friend.
Stars of the show include David Giuntoli as Eddie Saville, Rome Howard’s Romany Malco, Allison Miller’s Maggie Bloom, Christina Moses Regina Howard, Grace Park’s Katherine Kim, Gary Mendez’s James Roday Rodriguez, Theo Saville’s Tristan Byon, Lizzy Greene’s Sophie Dixon, and Danny Dixon’s Chance Hurstfield.
While “A Million Little Things” slipped in Live + Same Day Nielsen ratings in its latter seasons, it was a strong drama competitor for ABC in its early years. However, “A Million Little Things” Season 4 was the network’s top performer when it came to delayed viewership after 35 days of viewing across all linear and digital platforms, with a 249% rise in total viewers and a 581% boost in the 18-49 age group.
The creator and executive producer of “A Million Little Things,” DJ Nash, said in a statement on Monday, “I know seeing this show end may be sad for many people (especially for my mom who watches live every week), but I always knew I wanted to follow these friends for five seasons and leave them when the time was right.
“When we first began filming for our show, I never could have envisioned the tremendous ‘Millionaire’ community that would come together and not only watch, but also share with one another their own challenges, grief, and eventually their genuine grit.
I am so in awe of the amazing actors, writers, directors, and crew who contribute their skills to make our show that I feel both honored and humbled by it all. I am also quite appreciative of ABC for making mental health awareness one of its main causes. Terrence and I are eagerly anticipating the Millionaires’ viewing of our final season.
Along with Terrence Coli, Aaron Kaplan, and Brian Morewitz, Nash serves as executive producer of “A Million Little Things.” Co-executive producer Joanna Kerns works on the project. “A Million Little Things” is a product of ABC Signature/Kapital Entertainment, a division of Disney Television Studios. Watch the cast of “A Million Little Things” inform viewers of the news of the last season in the video below.