A Million Little Things: Season 2 (2019)

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Air date: Sep 26, 2019

In the Season 2 premiere, Delilah goes into labor; and Eddie feels compelled to tell Katherine the truth about being the baby's father. Meanwhile, Gary and Maggie struggle with living together post-cancer, and Rome and Regina continue to be at odds about having a baby of their own.

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Air date: Oct 3, 2019

Eddie manages to keep Theo distracted in the midst of trying to track down Katherine, while Maggie realizes her mother's surprise move to Boston might not be just for her. Meanwhile, Regina struggles with accepting Andrew's ideas about the restaurant, and PJ makes a shocking confession to Rome.

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Air date: Oct 10, 2019

On the verge of becoming a filmmaker, Rome takes a meeting with an old producer friend which causes him to feel torn about the creative changes he suggests for his script. Meanwhile, Gary steps in to help Danny prepare to audition for his school play, while Delilah, craving some adult time, agrees to go to dinner with Andrew.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2019

Maggie is shocked to learn Eric's true identity. Meanwhile, Eddie realizes how much he wants to be a part of Charlie's life as Katherine makes a decision about her and Eddie's relationship.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2019

Delilah makes arrangements for a family photo shoot with longtime photographer Seymour, but Danny struggles to accept that this new family does not include his father. Meanwhile, Rome and Regina make big plans to celebrate Rome's parents' 50th wedding anniversary and are forced to take a closer look at their own marital woes; Eddie and Katherine look for a fresh start; and Gary feels disconnected from Maggie.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2019

Gary's growing tension with Maggie comes to a head as she accidentally lets Colin out while she's on the phone with Eric. Meanwhile, Delilah does a podcast about suicide, which helps her open up to Andrew.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2019

The gang gathers for Theo's 10th birthday, which is also a significant milestone for Eddie. Meanwhile, Delilah, Eddie and Katherine are at an impasse about revealing the truth about Charlie; Rome and Regina try to keep Sophie from getting too close to PJ, and Maggie helps Gary make a difficult decision about his dog, Colin.

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Air date: Nov 14, 2019

A fellowship opportunity for Maggie forces Gary to reconsider his own future.

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Air date: Nov 21, 2019

Rome helps PJ through a personal crisis, while Gary and Maggie's relationship takes a turn; and Delilah, Eddie and Katherine make tough decisions that will affect their families.

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Air date: Jan 23, 2020

It's been three months since Delilah and Eddie revealed the truth about their affair, and Sophie continues to rebel against her mother. Maggie, Gary and the gang gather for the opening night of Danny's play, and Rome and Regina take steps toward adopting a baby.

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Critic Reviews for A Million Little Things Season 2

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (0)

The end you saw coming may make you appreciate the journey you've watched even more.

Sep 27, 2019 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

I still like the existing characters (except for Eddie) enough to see if the series rebounds, but writer/creator DJ Nash would be wise to shift gears and find some new stories to explore.

Sep 30, 2019 | Full Review…

It was easy to forget how great this show is, but A Million Little Things Season 2 reintroduced us to many of the qualities that make this series so special.

Sep 27, 2019 | Rating: 4.7/5.0 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for A Million Little Things: Season 2

  • Oct 12, 2020
    While this show boasts a great cast. The connection to the characters falls flat and I find myself disliking a majority of them. I find myself screaming at the screen when they make the wrong choice that I knew they would make. I keep watching mostly for the actors and hoping that one day the characters will actually learn from their mistakes.
  • Mar 24, 2020
    This season is actually going really well, except the whole "Maggie and Gary" mess.. the new character/love interest for Gary "Darcy" feels fake and unauthentic.. if the original Maggie wants to leave the show, bring in a replacement Maggie..not loving the nonexistent chemistry with Darcy and Gary..otherwise it would be 5 stars, but too much time is being wasted with Gary and Maggie not being together.
  • Mar 10, 2020
    Season 1 was compelling enough for me to watch Season 2. Season 2 is an After School Special. Each episode I wonder "Gee...what lesson am I supposed to learn here?" The most wise teacher is in the form of a 10 year old kid "Theo" who annoyingly ask questions and makes comments that lead the adults right into the teaching moment. I suspended disbelief in the first season that a group of men actually discussed intimate sensitive issues. This season all of it is just campy and dumb. I'm disappointed.
  • Jan 25, 2020
    Not sure why (James Roday maybe?) but this show has captivated me.
  • Nov 22, 2019
    This is an amazing show. Characters are a wonderful mix of personalities. Acting is great when you feel so invested in the characters. Really excellent casting as well.
  • Nov 08, 2019
    I created an account just so I could proclaim to the world how awful this show is. Season one started ok but season two is a pile of hot steaming mess that hasn't been cleaned up for weeks. In fact, a major plot line late in season two is that Gary's dog runs away and another character reacts to the news in the same manner I would upon hearing a friend got into a bad car accident. Not that that's a joke, just that they blow this WAY out of proportion. It's like even the writers didn't think they would get a season two and then were surprised when ABC renewed them so now they're left scraping the actual bottom of the barrel for any sort of a plot. James Roday deserves better than this. We all deserve better than this. So please, put the writers out of their misery and don't watch this show. It's just proof that ABC will air drama that's cheaper than a sale at a dollar store.
  • Nov 01, 2019
    This show is so good. It deals with difficult subject matter. Some is a bit corny but those parts are so well woven into the heartfelt pieces that it works.
  • Oct 24, 2019
    Relationships feel condescending. Emotions seemed very forced and trying so hard to tell the audience what the characters are going through is intense. Feels like it stays at a climax after climax but unsatisfyingly. The plot secrets are underwhelming. Great actors but over zealous characters.
  • Oct 04, 2019
    I got sold on this show last season because it was so careful in developing each character's individual story and it's effects on their relationships. It's difficult to review because as the title says: there are a 'a million little things' that tell a story. A must see!
  • Sep 26, 2019
    I Love every character. Great show with real life not all happy endings. Very easy to relate to and tell those hard stories that make life, life

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