Is A Million Little Things Season 6 really canceled? Continue reading to learn more about A Million Little Things’ current status.
The fourth season of the family drama television series created by DJ Nash for ABC premiered on September 22, 2021, and concluded on May 18, 2022, consisting of 20 episodes. As the show’s fourth season concluded a few months ago, the viewers are wondering if this is the last time they will watch it or if the network will renew it for additional seasons as the show has gained a popular and devoted fan base worldwide. So, it is fair to ask about the franchise’s status. On the other hand, we would like to highlight that the series’ ratings have been steady throughout its run.
After 35 days of viewing across all linear and digital platforms, A Million Little Things was ABC’s No. 1 delayed-viewing gainer last season in total viewers (+249%), as well as among adults 18-49 (+581%), where the ABC drama jumped more than seven times over its initial Live+Same Day rating, which had reflected in the viewership numbers and led to debate regarding the show’s future. If you were looking forward to knowing more about the next chapter of A Million Little Things, then you have reached the right place, as we have listed all the crucial and latest information about the status of the show.
Here is everything we know about A Million Little Things Season 6 with the ABC network.
A Million Little Things: Will there be another season?
The upcoming fifth season of ABC’s A Million Little Things will be the show’s final. The final chapter will air on February 8, 2023, at 10 p.m. on Wednesdays, in the serialized ensemble drama’s original time slot. The cast members also made the announcement in a video message for fans posted on Instagram, quoting, “There aren’t enough ‘thank yous’ in the world to understand our gratitude for our fans through this journey. #AMillionLittleThings returns for the fifth and final season on February 8 on ABC.” Check out the message below:
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According to Deadline, “I know seeing this show end may be sad for many people (especially my mom who watches live every week), but I always knew I wanted to follow these friends for 5 seasons and leave them when the time was right,” said AMLT creator and executive producer DJ Nash, who drew on personal experience for the series. “When we started making our show, I never could have imagined this incredible community of ‘Millionaires’ who would come together and not only watch, but also share with each other their personal struggles, their pain, and ultimately their true grit. I am both honored and humbled by all of it and am so in awe of the incredible actors, writers, directors, and crew who lend their talent to make our show. I am also so grateful that ABC now makes mental health awareness one of the top issues for which it advocates. Terrence and I can’t wait for the Millionaires to watch what we have planned for our final season.”
A Million Little Things Season 4: What happened in the final episode?
The finale episode was divided into two parts, and the first part, “Justice Part 1,” was released with an overall viewership of 2.48 million US viewers. The episode is directed by Nicole Rubio and written by Elizabeth Laime and Terrence Coli. In the episode, the viewers got to see that Delilah reappears and, along with Maggie, accompanies Sophie to the police station. While the detective believes Sophie’s story, he believes there isn’t enough evidence to charge Peter. However, he says Peter is now on the police radar and will be closely monitored.
Eddie goes to see Charlie and overhears Delilah telling Eddie that she wants to move the family to France. Gary agrees to accompany Darcy to Lenox, stating that he hopes to start a family with her and Liam. Eddie is now without a supervisor for his visits with Theo. Soon after, Theo is hurt while Katherine is watching, and Eddie considers using it against her in a custody battle. Tyrell discovers that his mother’s friend and coworker received a promotion that she was in line for, and he is convinced that the man turned his mother into immigration.
The second part, “Justice Part 2,” was released with a similar viewership of 2.48 million US viewers. The episode is directed by Nina Lopez-Corrado and written by DJ Nash. In the episode, the viewers got to see that Danny, Sophie, and Gary all confront Delilah about her decision to take her family to France, accusing her of being selfish. Delilah responds that her time in France was the only time she felt safe from the investigation into Jon’s suicide and her affair with Eddie. Danny consoles her after she sobs after smashing a photo of Jon. Eddie decides not to use Theo’s injury against Katherine but instead offers a compromise.
He can have unsupervised visits with Theo in exchange for taking a weekly drug test. Tyrell discovers the true reason his mother was detained by immigration and feels guilty about it. Regina cries as she closes her restaurant but gains perspective when a regular carry-out customer arrives and reports that his wife died from COVID-19. Sophie decides to tell her story on Maggie’s podcast and specifically mentions Peter. Gary calls his father and asks him for an alibi and to say Gary was there all night. Gary then goes to Peter’s house and drags Peter inside while covering his head with a cloth bag.
A Million Little Things: Who are in the cast?
“A Million Little Things” stars David Giuntoli as Eddie Saville, Romany Malco as Rome Howard, Allison Miller as Maggie Bloom, Christina Moses as Regina Howard, Grace Park as Katherine Saville, James Roday Rodriguez as Gary Mendez, Stephanie Szostak as Delilah Dixon, Floriana Lima as Darcy Cooper, Tristan Byon as Theo Saville, Lizzy Greene as Sophie Dixon and Chance Hurstfield as Danny Dixon.
DJ Nash is the creator and executive producer; Terrence Coli, Aaron Kaplan, and Dana Honor are executive producers; Joanna Kerns serves as co-executive producer on the series from ABC Signature/Kapital Entertainment. ABC Signature is a part of Disney Television Studios.
A Million Little Things: Where to stream the show?
All the seasons are available to stream on ABC, fuboTV, and Hulu Plus, which is home to the original tv shows that everyone is talking about, from groundbreaking series and documentaries to the biggest blockbuster movies. The viewers also have the option to watch A Million Little Things by renting or purchasing it on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.
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