A Million Little Things

Aired: Oct 31, 2018 , Thursday at 21:00 on ABC

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Episode Summary: Delilah grapples with her life-changing decision, Maggie and Gary babysit Theo, and Regina finds out Rome's big secret.
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There is so much to love about A Million Little Things.  When the series is hot, it's really hot with compelling characters, storylines, and an exceptional cast. It has an all-encompassing quality where it taps into every emotion in a single installment in such a relatable manner that one becomes invested in the characters and their lives as if they are right there with them. The show has a vexing habit of standing in its own way, though. A Million Little Things Season 1 Epis... more

 
 
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A Million Little Things Recap: Short End of the Stick — Plus: Who's Pregnant?

So you thought things get any more awkward/sordid between A Million Little Things‘ Eddie and Delilah? Allow one peed-upon pregnancy test to change the game. Yep: As we learn at the end of Wednesday’s episode, Delilah is with child. more

Million Little Things Recap: Puck My Life

EVITE FROM THE GREAT BEYOND | Even though Jon is no longer with us, he still manages to slide into everyone’s alerts via a pre-set reminder that Gary’s birthday is upon them. Apparently, Jon set up a big surprise for his friend’s big day. And even though Gary hates celebrating his birthday and absolutely no one is in the mood to party, the guys decide to carry through with Jon’s plan because it’s what he would’ve wanted. Before we get into the details of that, you sh... more

'A Million Little Things' Review: Too Many Twists Turn ABC's Suicide Drama Into Ghoulish Entertainment

Suicide is never a simple subject. Even if a note or some other documentation is provided, the questions of “Why?” and “How could we have missed/prevented this?” persist for those left behind. Trying to come to some sort of understanding or peace is inherently going to be imperfect because the one person who could answer all of those questions is gone. Therefore trying to create a TV show with an ongoing storyline about suicide is fraught with potential pitfalls because it is told by and from the point of the view of the living. ... more

 
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