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Gary’s Mom On ‘A Million Little Things’ Could Help Reunite Him With Maggie

Gary spent a majority of his relationship with Maggie trying to get her to open up and share who she was with him. Ironically, though, he’s a lot more tight-lipped about his own past, especially when it comes to his estranged relationship with his mother. But all of those hidden feelings are about to come out into the open now that Marcia Gay Harden has been cast to play Gary’s mom, Alice, on A Million Little Things, which (hopefully) means all of those mommy issues are about to be explored.

According to TVLine, which first reported the news, Harden is expected to first appear in Episode 12, which is scheduled to air on Thursday, Feb. 6. Gary has spoken briefly about his mom in the past, explaining back in Season 1 that she’s the main reason why he refuses to ever celebrate his birthday. “I remember that feeling, waking up and realizing, ‘Today’s the day. Today is my birthday,’ especially as a kid,” Gary said at the time, before revealing how that perspective quickly changed after his parents had a huge fight at his seventh birthday party. A few months later, Gary’s mom decided to pack up all of her things and leave, but he always blamed his birthday as being the catalyst that caused her to abandon him at so young of an age.

Now, thanks to the official character description, viewers can now know what else prompted Alice to make such a monumental decision to leave her son. Evidently, she took off “to follow her acting dreams, knowing that the silver screen and Hollywood were calling.” Perhaps her return comes with the realization that she regrets her decision and hopes to make amends with her estranged son.

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As of now it’s unclear exactly why Alice reappears in Gary’s life. Maybe the visit will ultimately lead to a reconciliation, giving Gary the closure he needs to fully allow himself to open up in a way he’s never been able to before. If that’s the case, it could bode well for the future of his relationship with Maggie. Perhaps mending fences with his mom will restore his faith in love and prompt him to try and win Maggie back.

Then again, it’s just as likely his mom will have the opposite effect, especially if their little rendezvous doesn’t go as well as one would hope. It could make him all the more closed off from the world. Either way, it should make for a compelling storyline, but whatever comes from the episode, it doesn’t sound like Alice’s stay will be for very long.

“I don’t want to understate how cool it was that she came up to do an episode of our show,” James Roday, who plays Gary, told TVLine about working with Harden. “I’ve been a fan for as long as I can remember. It was a real privilege for me to get to watch her do her thing, share the space and pick her brain.”

Given Roday’s statement, Harden’s appearance might just be a one-and-done episode, but, oh, what an episode it will be.

A Million Little Things: Will Maggie and Gary’s Relationship Survive The Reveal of Jason Ritter’s Character?

Since the season 2 premiere of A Million Little Things, fans have been wondering what the great mystery is with Jason Ritter’s character, Eric. Many theories abounded, including the possibility that Eric is Patricia’s (Melora Hardin), new boyfriend.

In season 2’s episode four, the perfect storm, we finally find out who Eric is and how he is going to shake everything up. Read on to find out how his connection will affect Maggie (Allison Miller) and Gary’s (James Roday) relationship. WARNING: Season 2 SPOILERS!

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How does Jason Ritter’s character, Eric fit into Maggie’s life?

After three episodes of wondering who this mysterious Eric character is, the fourth episode finally reveals the truth. Maggie is completely caught off guard when her mother tells her that Eric has her deceased brother’s heart.

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Maggie was told that her brother, Chad died on impact so she is baffled as to how his organs could have been donated. Her mother has lied to her all these years. Patricia was able to go to the hospital and see Chad before he passed.

Maggie is fuming that her mother was able to say goodbye and she was not able to.

Why is Maggie so hurt and who does she confide in?

After finding out the lies her mother has been keeping from her, Maggie storms off through the rain. Eric catches up with her first and the two actually connect. Maggie confides in Eric first instead of Gary about why she is so upset.

Maggie tells Eric that her mother walled herself off from everyone after Chad died. Now she has found out the news that her mother has left her father and is hanging out with this young guy who has her brother’s heart.

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Maggie already felt slighted because her mother was closer to Chad to begin with. The gap only grew when Chad passed away. Now, she’s even more upset because it turns out that her mother only came to Boston to visit Eric, not her.

She is having feelings of being second best to her brother yet again.

Ritter’s character, Eric quickly bonds with Maggie

The reason Maggie confides in Eric so easily is that she quickly finds that he has experienced a tragic loss, too. Eric lost his fiancé right after they got engaged. They rented a motorcycle at Martha’s Vineyard and he was driving when she died.

It is clear that Maggie feels an immediate deep connection with Eric after hearing about his fiancé’s tragic death.

After their talk, Maggie goes to the airport to make amends with her mother. Instead, she finds out that even on the day that Maggie had her surgery, Patricia was visiting Eric.

“Chad is dead. I am still here and you are still choosing him over me,” she screams at her mother.

After she realized that her mother only came to Boston to see Eric, she still ran to Eric for comfort. Gary saw their embrace and we can tell he is hurt.

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Gary is becoming increasingly jealous of new-guy Eric

In the next scene, Gary sees a text from Eric on Maggie’s phone that says, “If you ever need to talk again, I’m here.” Now he is beyond hurt that Maggie confided in Eric before him. He gives Maggie the cold shoulder and tells Regina (Christina Moses) what’s going on.

In the preview for next week, we see Maggie embracing Eric yet again while crying. She also says, “The psychic said a part of him lives on. I think he meant Eric.”

We can see how Maggie is slowly getting closer and closer to Eric. Gary already has relationship issues because his mother left him at a very young age. This betrayal by Maggie is hitting him very hard. We are not sure that their relationship can handle it.

We will have to wait and see what happens to the Maggie-Gary-Eric love triangle in the next episode of A Million Little Things on ABC Thursday nights at 9 p.m.

Who Is Eric In ‘A Million Little Things’? Fans Need Answers About Him

Season 1 of A Million Little Things captivated audiences with mysterious figures who shook up the main characters’ lives. Season 2 has only just begun, but it seems like the show is continuing that trend with a brand new enigma of a character. Season 2 Episode 2 introduced Eric (Jason Ritter), who is already complicating things for Maggie (Allison Miller). But who is Eric in A Million Little Things? Fans might have to be patient while waiting for answers. Warning: Spoilers for Season 2 Episode 2 of A Million Little Things follow.

In the second episode of Season 2, Maggie’s mom Patricia (Melora Hardin) revealed that she wants to leave Maggie’s father and move to Boston. Maggie’s boyfriend Gary (James Roday) assumed she wanted to make the move to be closer to Maggie, and so at the end of the episode, he encouraged Maggie to go find Patricia at a restaurant where he thought she was eating alone. Maggie went, but when she arrived at the restaurant she couldn’t find Patricia. Instead, she struck up a conversation with Eric, who seemed to be a stranger. For a brief moment, it seemed like there might have actually been a flirtatious spark between the two, but all of that went away when Maggie saw Patricia greet Eric warmly by brushing his hair out of his face. It was enough to upset Maggie in a big way, and now audiences are trying to figure out his connection to Patricia and her family.

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Right now, there are several possibilities for Eric’s identity. He could be Patricia’s secret boyfriend, and thus a big factor in her divorce and decision to move to Boston. However, they didn’t kiss or do anything else overtly romantic, so there’s a chance Eric could be a long-lost family member, too. Or, then again, he could just be Patricia’s real estate agent who she gave a warm thank-you greeting for finding her a new apartment in Boston.

No matter who Eric is, it’s clear he is “threatening to shake everything up,” at least according to series creator DJ Nash’s interview with Entertainment Weekly. He explained, “It’s a character that comes up based on stuff from the first season. Throughout the first half of the season, we follow the question: Who is this person? And then once it’s known who they are, their potential to shake up the world comes.”

Ritter talked to TVLine a bit more about his character’s place in the world of A Million Little Things. He said:

I will say that Eric is doing a super-complicated, delicate sort of dance. He’s trying to navigate a super-complicated situation, and he’s trying his best.

Ritter is scheduled to appear in multiple episodes of the show this season, so more details will likely be revealed soon. Until then, though, fans will just need to continue wondering how Eric will change things for Maggie and the people in her life.

Season 2 of A Million Little Things continues on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

The Season 2 cast includes 25 starring cast members and numerous guest stars.

Starring cast

See also: Starring cast

The following cast members are credited during the opening sequence at the beginning of each episode where they appear:

  1. Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister (10 episodes)
  2. Lena Headey as Queen Cersei Lannister (9 episodes)
  3. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Ser Jaime Lannister (4 episodes)
  4. Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Stark (8 episodes)
  5. Emilia Clarke as Queen Daenerys Targaryen (8 episodes)
  6. Aidan Gillen as Lord Petyr Baelish (7 episodes)
  7. Iain Glen as Ser Jorah Mormont (7 episodes)
  8. Kit Harington as Jon Snow (8 episodes)
  9. Charles Dance as Lord Tywin Lannister (7 episodes)
  10. Liam Cunningham as Ser Davos Seaworth (6 episodes)
  11. Isaac Hempstead-Wright as Prince Bran Stark (7 episodes)
  12. Richard Madden as King Robb Stark (6 episodes)
  13. Sophie Turner as Princess Sansa Stark (7 episodes)
  14. Maisie Williams as Princess Arya Stark (9 episodes)
  15. Alfie Allen as Prince Theon Greyjoy (8 episodes)
  16. John Bradley as Samwell Tarly (6 episodes)
  17. Jack Gleeson as King Joffrey Baratheon (6 episodes)
  18. Rory McCann as Sandor Clegane (5 episodes)
  19. Stephen Dillane as King Stannis Baratheon (7 episodes)
  20. Carice van Houten as Melisandre (4 episodes)
  21. Natalie Dormer as Queen Margaery Tyrell (4 episodes)
  22. James Cosmo as Lord Commander Jeor Mormont (3 episodes)
  23. Jerome Flynn as Bronn (7 episodes)
  24. Conleth Hill as Lord Varys (6 episodes)
  25. Sibel Kekilli as Shae (8 episodes)

Also Starring

Additionally, the following cast members are credited as ‘also starring’ during the closing credits:

  • Jason Momoa as Khal Drogo (“Valar Morghulis”)


  • Dinklage was the last starring cast member to appear in the first season credit sequence, receiving the “and” modifier. He is now the first credited.
  • Headey is credited ahead of Coster-Waldau and Fairley for the first time.
  • First season cast members promoted to the starring cast for the second season are John Bradley, James Cosmo, Jerome Flynn, Conleth Hill, Sibel Kekilli and Charles Dance.
  • New cast members joining the starring cast for the second season are Liam Cunningham, Stephen Dillane, Carice van Houten and Natalie Dormer.

Guest starring cast


These recurring cast members are credited as guest stars during the closing sequence of each of the multiple episodes they appear in.

Returning cast members

  • Joe Dempsie as Gendry (7 episodes)
  • Ben Hawkey as Hot Pie (7 episodes)
  • Kristian Nairn as Hodor (7 episodes)
  • Donald Sumpter as Maester Luwin (7 episodes)
  • Natalia Tena as Osha (6 episodes)
  • Amrita Acharia as Irri (5 episodes)
  • Esmé Bianco as Ros (5 episodes)
  • Julian Glover as Grand Maester Pycelle (5 episodes)
  • Finn Jones as Ser Loras Tyrell (5 episodes)
  • Roxanne McKee as Doreah (5 episodes)
  • Art Parkinson as Prince Rickon Stark (5 episodes)
  • Mark Stanley as Grenn (5 episodes)
  • Aimee Richardson as Princess Myrcella Baratheon (4 episodes)
  • Callum Wharry as Prince Tommen Baratheon (4 episodes)
  • Gethin Anthony as King Renly Baratheon (3 episodes)
  • Ian Beattie as Ser Meryn Trant (3 episodes)
  • Ron Donachie as Ser Rodrik Cassel (3 episodes)
  • Eugene Simon as Ser Lancel Lannister (3 episodes)
  • Eros Vlahos as Lommy Greenhands (3 episodes)
  • Sahara Knite as Armeca (2 episodes)
  • Francis Magee as Yoren (2 episodes)
  • Tobias Winter as Timett (2 episodes)
  • Antonia Christophers as Mhaegen (“The North Remembers”)
  • Elyes Gabel as Rakharo (“The North Remembers”)
  • Ian Gelder as Ser Kevan Lannister (“The Prince of Winterfell”)
  • Wilko Johnson as Ser Ilyn Payne (“Blackwater”)
  • Ian Whyte as a White Walker (“The Night Lands”)
  • Andrew Wilde as Tobho Mott (“The North Remembers”)

Recast characters

  • Tom Wlaschiha replaces an unknown extra as Jaqen H’ghar (6 episodes)
  • Andy Beckwith replaces an unknown extra as Rorge (3 episodes)
  • Gerard Jordan replaces an unknown extra as Biter (3 episodes)
  • Ian Whyte replaces Conan Stevens as Ser Gregor Clegane (3 episodes)
  • John Stahl replaces Steven Blount as Lord Rickard Karstark (2 episodes)
  • James Doran replaces an unidentified extra as Ser Mandon Moore (“Blackwater”)

New characters

  • Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth (7 episodes)
  • Steven Cole as Kovarro (7 episodes)
  • Nonso Anozie as Xaro Xhoan Daxos (5 episodes)
  • Oona Chaplin as Lady Talisa Maegyr (5 episodes)
  • Ben Crompton as Eddison Tollett (5 episodes)
  • Ian Hanmore as Pyat Pree (4 episodes)
  • Ralph Ineson as Dagmer Cleftjaw (5 episodes)
  • Forbes KB as Black Lorren (4 episodes)
  • Rose Leslie as Ygritte (4 episodes)
  • Kerr Logan as Matthos Seaworth (4 episodes)
  • Michael McElhatton as Lord Roose Bolton (4 episodes)
  • Fintan McKeown as Ser Amory Lorch (4 episodes)
  • Daniel Portman as Podrick Payne (4 episodes)
  • Gemma Whelan as Princess Yara Greyjoy (4 episodes)
  • Simon Armstrong as Qhorin Halfhand (3 episodes)
  • Nicholas Blane as the Spice King (3 episodes)
  • Karl Davies as Ser Alton Lannister (3 episodes)
  • Maisie Dee as Daisy (3 episodes)
  • Slavko Juraga as the Silk King (3 episodes)
  • Hannah Murray as Gilly (3 episodes)
  • Robert Pugh as Craster (3 episodes)
  • Tony Way as Ser Dontos Hollard (3 episodes)
  • Peter Ballance as Farlen (2 episodes)
  • Paul Caddell as Jacks (2 episodes)
  • Sam Callis as a Gold Cloak on the Kingsroad (2 episodes)
  • David Coakley as Drennan (2 episodes)
  • Aiden Condron as a Lannister captain (2 episodes)
  • Aidan Crowe as a Stark guard (2 episodes)
  • Donagh Deeney as a Winterfell shepherd (2 episodes)
  • Edward Dogliani as the Lord of Bones (2 episodes)
  • Roy Dotrice as Hallyne (2 episodes)
  • Josephine Gillan as Marei (2 episodes)
  • Andy Kellegher as Polliver (2 episodes)
  • Patrick Malahide as Lord Balon Greyjoy (2 episodes)
  • Anthony Morris as the Tickler (2 episodes)
  • Laura Pradelska as Quaithe (2 episodes)
  • David Sheehan as a Stark guard (2 episodes)
  • Dennis Stokes as a male prostitute (2 episodes)
  • Reg Wayment as a rioter (2 episodes)

The following new characters were announced as appearing in the second season, but did not actually appear.

  • Simon Fisher-Becker as a High Priest

Single episode

The following cast members are credited as guest stars during the closing sequence of the single episode they appear in:

  • Marko Cindric as a Tourney Herald (“The North Remembers”)
  • Oliver Ford Davies as Maester Cressen (“The North Remembers”)
  • Gordon Fulton as Lord Portan (“The North Remembers”)
  • Natalie Lee (“The North Remembers”)
  • Pat Mooney as a Northern Lord (“The North Remembers”)
  • Amy Dawson as the captain’s daughter (“The Night Lands”)
  • Lucian Msamati as Salladhor Saan (“The Night Lands”)
  • Jer O’Leary as a Lordsport dockhand (“The Night Lands”)
  • Derek Reid as Ros’s dissatisfied customer (“The Night Lands”)
  • Ken Fletcher as Gerald (“What Is Dead May Never Die”)
  • Darren Killeen as a Baratheon Guard (“What Is Dead May Never Die”)
  • Jonathan Ryan as a Drowned Priest (“What Is Dead May Never Die”)
  • David Fynn as Rennick (“Garden of Bones”)
  • Donal Gallery as a male Lannister prisoner (“Garden of Bones”)
  • Sam Mackay as a Lannister guardsman (“Garden of Bones”)
  • Gina Moxley as an old woman prisoner (“Garden of Bones”)
  • Emmett O’Riabhaigh as a wounded Lannister (“Garden of Bones”)
  • Patrick Fitzsymons as Reginald Lannister (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Kristina Krepela as a Qartheen woman (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Edward Tudor Pole as a protestor (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Marko Juraga as a rioter (“The Old Gods and the New”)
  • Rea Separovic as a rioter (“The Old Gods and the New”)
  • David Verrey as the High Septon (“The Old Gods and the New”)
  • Sara Dylan as a handmaiden (“A Man Without Honor”)
  • Neill Fleming as a Karstark soldier (“A Man Without Honor”)
  • Duncan Lacroix as a Karstark soldier (“A Man Without Honor”)
  • Tyrone McElhennon (“A Man Without Honor”)
  • Steve Wilson as Theon’s master of hounds (“A Man Without Honor”)
  • Mark Byatt as a Lannister torturer (“The Prince of Winterfell”)
  • Moe Dunford as a Stark messenger (“The Prince of Winterfell”)
  • Ciaran McMahon as a Lannister soldier (“The Prince of Winterfell”)
  • Kieran Cunningham as a Baratheon officer (“Blackwater”)
  • Michael Grennell as the Captain of the Archers (“Blackwater”)
  • Gordan Mahon as Ser Imry Florent (“Blackwater”)
  • Stephen Swift as a Singing Lannister soldier (“Blackwater”)
  • Terry Byrne as a Septon (“Valar Morghulis”)
  • Wren Ros Elliot-Sloan as Rhaego (“Valar Morghulis”)
  • Ross Mullan as a White Walker (“Valar Morghulis”)
  • Patrick O’Kane as Jaqen’s new face (“Valar Morghulis”)
  • Christopher Reilly as Tom (“Valar Morghulis”)
  • Michael Shaeffer as a Stark soldier (“Valar Morghulis”)

Background cast

The following cast members are considered featured extras and appear uncredited despite their characters being identifiable:

  • Dennis McKeever as Night’s Watch Officer 2 (3 episodes)
  • Unknown as Lannister bannerman 1 (3 episodes)
  • Unknown as Lannister bannerman 2 (3 episodes)
  • Unknown as Lannister bannerman 3 (3 episodes)
  • Unknown as Night’s Watch Officer (2 episodes)
  • Unknown as Lothor Brune (“The North Remembers”)
  • Unknown as Aggo (“The North Remembers”)
  • Sarah MacKeever as Selyse Baratheon (“The North Remembers”)
  • Unknown as Stark Officer 1 (“The North Remembers”)
  • Unknown as Stark Officer 2 (“The North Remembers”)
  • Paul Kealyn as Weasel (“Garden of Bones,” uncredited)
  • Unknown as Ser Emmon Cuy (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Unknown as Ser Robar Royce (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Unknown as Septa Eglantine (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Unknown as Malakho (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Unknown as Stonesnake (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Unknown as Harker (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Unknown as Borba (“The Ghost of Harrenhal”)
  • Unknown as the Fury gunnery officer (“The Prince of Winterfell”)
  • Unknown as Ser Mandon Moore (“The Prince of Winterfell”)
  • Unknown as Boros Blount (“Blackwater”)

‘Euphoria’ season 2 – release date, cast, trailers, and everything we know so far

Like Skins before it, Euphoria caused controversy for its depiction of a high school world filled with sex, drugs, and violence when it arrived on screens in the US in June 2019. But while it shocked some, it also became an instant hit, its explorations of issues like addiction, sexuality, and abuse given space to be raw, gritty, and real. Long before season 1’s cliffhanger ending unfurled, the Zendaya-starring series was confirmed to be returning for another season. Here’s everything we know about Euphoria season 2 so far.

When will Euphoria season 2 be released?

Although a second season has been confirmed by HBO, no official release date has been announced at present. If it follows the same pattern as season one though, it should air in June in the US, with a UK premiere to follow in August.

Where will Euphoria season 2 be shown in the UK?

The details have yet to be confirmed but expect it to be much the same as season 1, i.e. on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV.

Have we seen a trailer yet?


Sort of – a first look at Season 2 of Euphoria has been shared as part of HBO’s big 2020 preview trailer. It gives little away but is exciting enough as a starter. Watch it below.

Still not quite an official trailer, but star Sydney Sweeney teased the return of a handful of key characters at the Golden Globes on Instagram. No Zendaya in sight, but there’s still high chances she’ll be on board.

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Will Zendaya be in the new season?

It certainly looks like it. After Euphoria’s renewal was announced, the actor and musician tweeted: “Literally just got the call. Can’t say thank you enough for the support we’ve seen, wow…” Her reaction probably wouldn’t be quite so enthusiastic if she had been told she wouldn’t be involved in season 2.

Literally just got the call. Can’t say thank you enough for the support we’ve seen, wow… https://t.co/XJtdQaWaL9

— Zendaya (@Zendaya) July 11, 2019


There’s the question of how her character Rue would feature in the next batch of episodes, though. The season one finalé of Euphoria was certainly ambiguous and left a lot of viewers with the impression that she’d overdosed and died. However, creator Sam Levinson has confirmed she’s very much still alive and “has a big journey ahead of her”.

Who else will return for season 2?

Again, there’s no official confirmation of exactly who will return just yet but, apart from Zendaya, it seems likely that most, if not all, of the main characters will be present in season 2. We’ll definitely be seeing more of Fezco, with Levinson telling The Hollywood Reporter: “His story didn’t belong in season one, it belongs in season two.”

“Going into season two, we know who all of these characters are, so the possibilities of it become pretty exciting from a writing and filmmaking standpoint,” the show’s creator added, dropping another hint that we’ll see the first season’s characters opened up even more.

Will there be any new characters?

Yup! A casting call for season two has revealed a new set of Euphoria characters (and you can audition for them too, if you like). Check out the details of the characters below.

DARIAN: Male. 18+ to play 17. Any ethnicity. An outsider. Sensitive. Vulnerable. Mischievous. Could struggle with addiction. Definitely not the cool kid at school but one of the more interesting kids.

RAY: Male. 18+ to play 17. Any ethnicity. Attractive in a real and accessible way. Working class. Pure heart. Might be going nowhere in life but has a smile so genuine it’s not depressing. Scrappy but a fighter. Not verbose or educated – has all the words he needs.

AMI: Female. 18-20’s. Drug addict. Stripper. Hates her boyfriend. Talks shit. Can’t read a room. Can make a bad situation worse.

SERENA: Female. 50’s+, Caucasian. Sassy and tough. A real character. The kind of women who partied her whole life and attended every White Snake concert and now she has several different hustles just to make a living.

What’s going to happen in Euphoria season 2?

Mostly, your guess is as good as ours right now, but there are some storylines we can see continuing into the second season. It would be incredibly bizarre if the new episodes didn’t handle what happened to Rue after season 1’s end. There are also plenty of narrative arcs – Nate’s sexuality, Cassie and McKay’s relationship, Gia’s growing rebelliousness, Kat and Ethan’s future together and whether Kat is still working as a camgirl, and what happened to Jules after Rue left her on the train – that haven’t been rounded off yet. Season 2 could also explore the stories of some of the lesser-seen characters like Lexi, BB, and Ashtray.

What have the cast said about season 2?

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Jacob Elordi (who plays Nate Jacobs) said he doesn’t mind what happens to his character in the next season. “Whatever it is, I want him to have a life and I want it to be honest,” he said. “I truly don’t have any qualms about which direction it goes. I mean, obviously, it would be a lovely story if he turned out to be a real sunflower and lit up the world. But I definitely want it to be just true and real to his experience and I want it to kind of make sense. And I’m not sure what that looks like.”

Hunter Schafer (Jules), meanwhile, told Variety she’s hoping for some things to get worked out in season 2. “I feel like there’s been a lot of turmoil that’s been simmering below a lot of these characters’ surface so I hope a lot of this turmoil can be resolved,” she said.

How many episodes will there be in season 2?

An exact length of season 2 has yet to be confirmed by Levinson or HBO, but it seems safe to assume it’ll be a similar length as season 1 – eight episodes.

Will Drake be involved in season 2?

Drizzy served as one of Euphoria’s executive producers on season 1, but it’s unclear at the moment whether he’ll be involved in the follow-up series or not. He hasn’t mentioned the show on his social media accounts since the finale aired, but it seems like he enjoyed the experience so it’s possible he’ll return to the team. “To the entire cast and Sam you are truly a group I am in complete awe of,” he wrote on Instagram. “Thank you for these incredible creations and performances.”

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How many more seasons will there be?

There could be more beyond the second season but don’t expect Euphoria to trundle on for ages. Levinson told THR he doesn’t have a set number of seasons in mind and noted there are always ways to expand the show, be that new characters or new plots. But HBO president Casey Bloys told TVLine he did see there being some boundaries to it. “Well, are in high school, so there are only so many seasons it can go,” he explained. “There’s a time limit.” We can imagine filming will continue to be based around the school then, which in reality, is California’s Ulysses S Grant High School.


The Witcher season 2 may be an entire year away, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a Continent’s worth of news, rumours, and story snippets to pore over in the meantime. Showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich has been in particularly chatty mood, spilling the beans on everything from the possibility to Mark Hamill showing up as Vesemir to the linear, more refined Witcher timeline that will make season 2 of the Netflix series far easier to follow.

So, whether you’re in the bathtub, tossing coins, or mumbling to yourself at a royal banquet (we’ve all been there), there’s never been a better time to catch up on all things related to The Witcher season 2 – it might even make the long wait a slightly more bearable one. Just make sure to bookmark this page and check back often; as soon as we find out more about news, rumours, and castings, it’ll be updated here.

The Witcher season 2 fast facts

  • The Witcher season 2 release date: 2021
  • The Witcher season 2 cast: Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan
  • The Witcher season 2 showrunner: Lauren S. Hissrich
  • The Witcher season 2 writers: Lauren S. Hissrich; TBA

The Witcher season 2 release date

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The Witcher season 2 was announced on October 31, 2019, some six weeks before the show’s first season debuted on Netflix. At the time, no season 2 release date was given, but we now have a far better idea of when to expect it thanks to one report, and one Reddit AMA.

Netflix announced in a statement (via Deadline) that pre-production will begin in “early 2020” (more on that in just a moment) with a view to a 2021 air date. Showrunner and series creator Lauren S. Hissrich doubled down on that The Witcher season 2 release date during a Reddit, AMA, writing, “We don’t yet have a target launch date for season 2, past 2021.” She did, however, offer a word of warning to those expecting it sooner rather than later: “We don’t want to rush the product. That doesn’t benefit anyone.”

At least we can rest easy in the knowledge that filming is just about to start, if it hasn’t already. Henry Cavill posted a video on Instagram where, among other things, he mentioned how he over-indulged over the festive break. Oh, and that pre-production starts on The Witcher season 2 “very soon.” That too.

P.S. Happy New Year! Henry Cavill

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If you’re slightly concerned by the large gap between filming and the show’s 2021 release date, don’t be. Hissrich spoke to IGN and explained the long lead-in time was to “make sure that everyone on our team gets the time to do their job and do it to the best of their ability. So we’re making sure we have a lot of built-in cushion time for Season 2 so we don’t cram anything in at the last minute.”

The Witcher season 2 cast

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Only three members of The Witcher season 2 cast have been confirmed. No prizes for guessing who. Yep, Henry Cavill is back as Geralt, while Anya Chalotra will be returning as Yennefer, as too will Freya Allan’s Ciri. Hissrich said of the news: “I’m so thrilled…we are able to confirm that we’ll be returning to The Continent again to continue telling the stories of Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri.”

Beyond that, there have been no other official announcements. Season 2 hasn’t begun filming yet, so we can expect possible casting news to trickle out over the coming months. At the very least, you’d expect bard-of-the-year Jaskier (Joey Batey) to sing a song or seven in the upcoming season. Roach will surely mount up again in 2021, too. Other possible comebacks, judging by the state of play after The Witcher ending, could include Eamon Farron’s nefarious Nilfgaard soldier Cahir and Mimi Ndiweni’s Fringilla.

Any newcomers? Maybe. Fan attention has been drawn towards a 2018 tweet from Mark Hamill, who, when asked about the possibility of playing Vesemir, replied, “I have no idea what this is or what it’s about but agree it could/should be played by me.”

I have no idea what this is or what it’s about but agree it could/should be played by me. 👍March 6, 2018

Hamill stoked those fires again in December 2019 by saying: “They haven’t asked me to play Vesemir… yet. #CallMyAgent.” Hissrich added to the conversation with a cryptic eyes emoji and later followed up the idea in an interview with IGN, suggesting that Vesemir isn’t likely to play a part in season 2 but teasing that “Mark has always been of interest to me and interest to the project. We have not contacted his agent yet because we’re not casting the role quite yet, but that being said, I am loving what’s happening on the internet.”

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Vesemir, much like Hamill’s iconic Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, acts as a curmudgeonly mentor and father figure. He also aids Geralt in his witcher training. It would be, as many fans have pointed out, a perfect fit.

The Witcher season 2 story

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Details are scarce, but the underlying mantra behind The Witcher season 2 story appears to be making things leaner, tighter, and a lot more straightforward. Hissrich teased the upcoming season (and its interactions) in an interview with GamesRadar+, saying: “What’s great about season two, I can tell you, is that, in what we’ve written, the story becomes much more focused. There’s a stronger drive in the story, because all of the relationships that we’ve been setting up in season one, actually start to come into fruition in season two.”

Hissrich added: “Characters start meeting and interacting more. That goes well sometimes. It doesn’t go well sometimes. But it’s kind of like, all of those building blocks that we set up for the world, finally start to come together into something a little more concrete.”

While the first season roughly covered the majority of The Last Wish collection of short stories by Andrzej Sapkowski, a recent report by Redanian Intelligence suggests that The Witcher season 2 story will at least draw from A Grain of Truth, another series of tales by the Polish author. However, those who already know the book cover-to-cover might want to hold fire on thinking they know the meat of The Witcher season 2 story. That’s because both Geralt and Ciri will apparently be travelling to Kaer Morhen, the ancestral home of the witchers, and meet a man-turned-beast named Nivellen on their travels. Let’s hope there’s a grain of truth to that one.

If you want to know more about the source material (which might just clue you in on The Witcher season 2 story), here’s our guide on The Witcher books, including the suggested reading order and how they compare to the Netflix series as well as the games.

During a recent Reddit AMA, Hissrich also said that “the story will be much more linear” and “a whole new set of fun characters” will enter the fray. Yes, you read that right – linear. Phew. Speaking of which…

The Witcher season 2 timeline

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One of the biggest talking points to come out of The Witcher Netflix series was the use of a non-linear narrative. Over the course of a handful of decades, we saw the origins of Yennefer’s story, as well as how Geralt came to look after Ciri thanks to his presence at the Cintran royal court and his call for the Law of Surprise. The stories flitted back and forth between past and present throughout, often at multiple times in the same episode.

However, that understandably confused some viewers – the show didn’t always make it clear when we were watching certain scenes. The biggest culprit was Jaskier, who seemingly didn’t age despite crossing paths with Geralt over several years – and that’s despite Yennefer making reference to the baby-faced bard’s “crow’s feet.”

The Witcher season 2 should change that. Hissrich held her hands up during the aforementioned Reddit AMA: “We dropped the ball on aging up over the course of the show. It’s hard to show the passage of time when everyone looks the same, so we’ll be approaching that differently in .”

However, we can probably expect a more straightforward A-to-B story this time around. That’s not to say there definitely won’t be flashbacks or time jumps, but the language used by Hissrich in interviews so far sounds fairly definitive. There have already been references to a more linear approach to the story, as well as the story being “much more focused.” That sounds like a far less convoluted timeline to the one we eventually got used to in season 1.

For a detailed look at the timey-wimey shenanigans of the first season, check out our very own complete Witcher timeline.

The Witcher season 2 trailer

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No Witcher season 2 trailer… yet. It’s very early days, after all. For reference, the very first trailer (described as a ‘teaser’ despite being two minutes long) for season 1 launched in July 2019, some five months before the show aired on Netflix. With filming set to get under way in a few months’ time, we can perhaps expect a late 2020 season 2 trailer at the earliest, though early 2021 is a far more realistic proposition.

Need something to watch before 2021? Check out our ranking of the best shows on Netflix.

This page is dedicated to the second season of ABC’s A Million Little Things. The renewal was announced on February 5, 2019. Filming began on June 19, 2019 and will end on February 19, 2020.

The season will consist of a total of nineteen episodes. It airs on Thursdays at 9:00 PM until the winter finale, before moving at 10:00 PM for the rest of the season. It premiered on September 26, 2019 with “Coming Home”.

Storyline Information

Confirmed new elements/information about Season 2’s storyline:

  • A Gary backstory episode about his family and his origin.
  • A flashback to Regina and Gary’s date, which was mentioned in “Pilot”.
  • The introduction of a military veteran.
  • More flashbacks with Jon.
  • How the rest of the group will deal with Gary’s and Maggie’s break up.
  • If Maggie’s journey to find herself and if she will date Eric, someone else or coming back with Gary.
  • The evolution of Sophie, Danny and Theo now that they know the truth about Charlie’s parentage.
  • Delilah, Eddie and Katherine teaming up to try to save their family.
  • If Rome and Regina will be able to adopt a child.
  • Who Eric was calling and what that phone call meant.
  • The death of another character.
  • “Three new characters coming to our world in the second half who will carry us into the third season.”
  • A new job for Gary.
  • Gary reaching out to his mother.

Season Summary


Friendship isn’t a big thing. It’s a million little things. When our gang’s dear friend Jon – a man perfect on paper – took his own life, his family and friends were left to pick up the pieces. Each of these friends is not living the version of life they thought they’d be living. And their friend’s death forces them to take a look at the choices they’ve made and to solve the unanswerable mystery of a man they thought they knew.

Delilah, now the sole parent to Sophie and Danny, must help her children move forward from their father’s death, while hiding a huge secret of her own. Although she and Eddie are no longer having an affair, she is about to give birth to his baby, a living reminder of their transgressions. To protect their families, they have agreed to say the baby’s father is Jon, a situation made even more impossible when Eddie, trying to save his marriage, decides to tell his wife, Katherine, the truth.

As the friends prepare to welcome Delilah’s baby into the world, Rome and Regina find themselves at odds. When they got married, they agreed they didn’t want kids, but after getting a second chance at life, Rome finds himself wishing he had a baby. And while marriage is about compromise, Regina’s not sure this is one she can or should make.

As for Maggie and Gary, after finding out that Maggie is in remission, she and Gary move in together, ready to finally explore what being together is like when neither of them is on chemo. But adjusting to life post-cancer is easier said than done. As Maggie and Gary navigate their new relationship, an unexpected visit from Maggie’s mother leaves them questioning everything.

Meanwhile, having watched Jon’s last video and learned that Mitch might not be his real father, Barbara Morgan’s son, PJ, goes on a quest to find the truth. Having befriended Rome and with an appointment with Maggie on the books, PJ is about to turn his life and our gang’s life upside down.

We’ll see that family, like friendship, is a million little things.



  • 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 as Gary Mendez
  • Stephanie Szostak as Delilah Dixon
  • Tristan Byon as Theo Saville
  • Lizzy Greene as Sophie Dixon
  • Chance Hurstfield as Daniel Dixon
  • Chandler Riggs as Patrick Nelson
  • Jason Ritter as Eric
  • Drea de Matteo as Barbara Nelson
  • Melora Hardin as Patricia Bloom
  • Rhys Coiro as Mitch Nelson
  • Ron Livingston as Jonathan Dixon
  • Lou Beatty Jr. as Walter Howard
  • James Tupper as Andrew Pollock
  • Bodhi Sabongui as Elliot
  • Sam Pancake as Carter French

Guest Starring

  • Alanna Ubach as Dawn
  • June Kyoko Lu as Joo Hee Kim
  • Nelson Franklin as Elon
  • Jerry Ferrara as Todd Pilzner
  • Ricky He as Don
  • L. Scott Caldwell as Renee Howard
  • Julian Acosta as Max
  • Richard Kind as Seymour
  • Angela Trimbur as Tessa
  • Rob LaBelle as Gene
  • Jennifer Ashton as Herself
  • Cristina Rosato as Debra Pollock
  • Jenny O’Hara as Enid
  • Jay Pharoah as Omar Howard
  • Jonté LeGras as Middle-aged Walter
  • Brian Scolaro as Brian
  • Seneca Paliotta as Skyler Burns
  • Erica Cerra as Tara Simone
  • Niecy Nash as Gloria
  • Anna Akana as Dakota


  • Romy Rosemont as Shelly


  • Marcia Gay Harden as Alice Mendez
  • Sutton Foster as Chloe
  • B.J. Britt as TBA
  • TBA as Lindsay Saville





Coming Home

See main article: “Coming Home”

Original air date: September 26, 2019

Written by: DJ Nash

Directed by: Nina Lopez-Corrado

Plot Synopsis: When Delilah goes into labor, 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.

Recurring Guest Stars: Chandler Riggs (Patrick Nelson)

Grand Canyon

See main article: “Grand Canyon”

Original air date: October 3, 2019

Written by: DJ Nash & Geoffrey Nauffts

Directed by: Chris Koch

Plot Synopsis: 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.

Mixed Signals

See main article: “Mixed Signals”

Original air date: October 10, 2019

Written by: David Marshall Grant

Directed by: Steve Robin

Plot Synopsis: 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.

The Perfect Storm

See main article: “The Perfect Storm”

Original air date: October 17, 2019

Written by: Julia Cohen & Ashley Sims

Directed by: Nina Lopez-Corrado

Plot Synopsis: 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.

Recurring Guest Stars: Melora Hardin (Patricia Bloom), Sam Pancake (Carter French), Jason Ritter (Eric)


See main article: “Austin”

Original air date: October 24, 2019

Written by: DJ Nash & Michelle Leibel

Directed by: Eric Laneuville

Plot Synopsis: 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.

Recurring Guest Stars: Lou Beatty Jr. (Walter Howard), Jason Ritter (Eric)


See main article: “Unleashed”

Original air date: October 31, 2019

Written by: Lauren Bachelis & Christopher Luccy

Directed by: Tessa Blake

Plot Synopsis: 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.

Ten Years

See main article: “Ten Years”

Original air date: November 7, 2019

Written by: Chris Erric Maddox & Dante Russo

Directed by: Robert Duncan McNeill

Plot Synopsis: 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.

Recurring Guest Stars: Chandler Riggs (Patrick Nelson)


See main article: “Goodnight”

Original air date: November 14, 2019

Written by: Geoffrey Nauffts & Mimi Won Techentin

Directed by: Kevin Tancharoen

Plot Synopsis: A fellowship opportunity for Maggie forces Gary to reconsider his own future as the group must come together after a devastating loss.

Time Stands Still

See main article: “Time Stands Still”

Original air date: November 21, 2019

Written by: DJ Nash & Michelle Leibel

Directed by: Nina Lopez-Corrado

Plot Synopsis: 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.

The Kiss

See main article: “The Kiss”

Original air date: January 23, 2020

Written by: David Marshall Grant

Directed by: Steve Robin

Plot Synopsis: 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.

Recurring Guest Stars: Jason Ritter (Eric), Bodhi Sabongui (Elliot)

We’re the Howards

See main article: “We’re the Howards”

Original air date: January 30, 2020

Written by: Lauren Bachelis & Christopher Luccy

Directed by: Stacey K. Black

Plot Synopsis: As Rome and Regina continue to move forward with the adoption process, they are thrown into helping Delilah with a troubled Sophie. Meanwhile, Gary confronts Eric about his past, and Eddie pursues a new career in music.

Recurring Guest Stars: Sam Pancake (Carter French), Jason Ritter (Eric)


See main article: “Guilty”

Original air date: February 6, 2020

Written by: Julia Cohen & Ashley Sims

Directed by: Pete Chatmon

Plot Synopsis: Gary takes a big step and confronts his past, while Maggie finally talks to Eric. Meanwhile, Regina’s adoption news to her mother causes tension to their already complex relationship.


See main article: “Daisy”

Original air date: February 13, 2020

Written by: Tucker Cawley & Dante Russo

Directed by: Nina Lopez-Corrado

Plot Synopsis: Delilah and Sophie come together during a family emergency; Rome and Regina learn that their potential birth mother could be in danger; and Maggie and Gary face a harsh reality when they attend a mutual friend’s cancer remission party.

The Sleepover

See main article: “The Sleepover”

Original air date: February 20, 2020

Written by: TBA

Directed by: TBA

Plot Synopsis: TBA


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  • ABC originally wanted 22 episodes for Season 2, while DJ Nash wanted 18 episodes “in order to preserve the integrity of the storytelling”. They compromised with 19 episodes.
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‘A Million Little Things’ Showrunner Reveals the Cast Thinks the Show Should Run for This Many Seasons

A Million Little Things is in the middle of its second season on ABC, yet the show’s creator, D.J. Nash, is already dishing on the show’s ending. In a recent interview, Nash revealed that he already knows how the series is going to end and that he came up with the perfect conclusion after writing the pilot. While Nash has plotted out an ending, when does the cast of A Million Little Things think the series should call it quits?

The cast of ‘A Million Little Things’ | Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

Nash opens up about ‘A Million Little Things’ finale

In an interview earlier this month, Nash explained how he mapped out the entire series as soon as he had finished writing the pilot episode. The showrunner clarified that the ending could change if the story goes a different route, but he definitely has a clear plan for the future.

“When it comes to the series, I know what I want the finale to be, and there is even some things that we’ve planted that our actors don’t know that will set up that finale very, very well,” Nash shared.

According to Good Housekeeping, Nash went on to reveal that the cast of the show also has a good idea about when the series will wrap. Although nothing is written in stone, most of them feel like the story will come to a natural conclusion by the end of the fifth season.

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“I think all kind of feel like this is a five-season show,” he stated.

Nash then pointed out that ABC has yet to order a third season, so everything depends on whether or not they get picked up.

In the likely event that ABC continues the show for another run, Nash knows exactly what will happen in season 3. Some of the details have not been ironed out, but the major storylines have already been decided.

If the cast of A Million Little Things is right, then fans are looking at a series finale by 2023. A lot could happen, however, over the course of the next few years, so we’ll have to wait and see how things eventually pan out.

Inside the season 2 premiere of ‘A Million Little Things’

In the season 2 opener, fans watched as Katherine (Grace Park) dealt with the revelation that Eddie (David Giuntoli) is the father of Delilah’s (Stephanie Szostak) new baby.

After telling Eddie to be with Delilah for the birth of their child, Katherine packed her bags and had Eddie watch their son while she left town.

Katherine did not come home by the end of the premiere of A Million Little Things, and Nash explained the reasoning behind his decision to keep the character away from her family.

Nash revealed that he wanted to keep Katherine’s story as authentic as possible, especially after everything she and Eddie went through last season.

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But even though Katherine dealt with her husband’s infidelity in the most mature way possible, hearing that he had a child with another woman completely broke her. Nash also admitted that he knew some fans would like to see Katherine and Eddie reconciled while others want her to move on.

As far as Park is concerned, she believes Nash and the A Million Little Things writers completely nailed it and having Katherine stay away made Eddie realize that he hurt her deeper than ever before. It also makes Eddie pay the price for everything that happened last season – even if it’s not a popular move with fans.

Jason Ritter dishes on his guest appearance

Moving into season 2, fans were thrilled to see Jason Ritter guest star as a stranger named Eric who has a mysterious tie to Patricia (Melora Hardin) and Maggie (Allison Miller).

In an interview, Ritter revealed that Eric is in a very complicated setup and is doing his best to navigate a tricky situation. The actor refused to give away any important details, but he did reveal he will appear in a handful of installments.

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As fans are now well aware, Ritter’s Eric was given Maggie’s brother’s heart when he died. This was news to Maggie, that Patricia had kept secret even as she grew closer to Eric while Maggie was fighting breast cancer.

Maggie is also growing closer to Eric, which is complicating things in her current relationship with Gary (James Roday).

Keep up with all the drama on A Million Little Things when new episodes air Thursday nights on ABC.

  • A Million Little Things is slated to return for season 2 on September 26.
  • Jason Ritter, known for his roles on Parenthood and Joan of Arcadia, will reportedly join the cast.
  • Fan favorites Gary, Maggie, Rome, and others are set to return.

When A Million Little Things premiered in the fall of 2018, millions tuned in, and no one knew what to expect. While the premise for the new ABC drama was initially vague, the story became apparent less than five minutes into the first episode: A Million Little Things would be a show about life, love, and what happens to those “left behind” after suicide.

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In the opening sequence, Jon Dixon (Ron Livingston) takes his life. And while the subject matter is undeniably heavy—addiction, mental illness, cancer, and infidelity are all discussed—the show is about more than pain and loss. Rather, it’s about promise, potential, and the power of friendship. After all, in darkness, there is hope. And in the wake of death, there can be life—at least as the show teaches us.

Season 2 is set to explore all of these concepts and more. While little is known about the upcoming episodes, the cast has been confirmed, and Delilah, Eddie, Gary, Rome, Regina, Katherine, Maggie, and PJ will all be returning. But that’s not all, according to TV Line, Jason Ritter will also be joining them.

Here’s everything we know about Ritter’s character and the storylines of returning favorites.

Ron Livingston

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Jonathan (Jon) Dixon
  • Occupation: CEO of Dixon Properties
  • Family: Delilah Dixon (wife), Sophie Dixon (daughter), Daniel Dixon (son)
  • Additional info: Jon was a husband, father, and successful businessman. However, he was plagued by his past: Jon was supposed to be on American Airlines Flight 11 out of Logan Airport on the morning of September 11. While he missed that flight, his college roommate was on board, and Dave died shortly after the plane struck the World Trade Center. At the time of his suicide, Jon was 50 years old.

James Roday

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Gary Mendez
  • Occupation: Insurer at Scacco-Leibel
  • Additional info: A friend of Eddie, Jon, and Rome, Gary is a breast cancer survivor. After Jon’s death, he becomes obsessed with finding answers. He wants to know why Jon took his life and who Barbara Morgan is. He is also in a romantic relationship with Maggie Bloom.

Romany Malco

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Rome Howard
  • Occupation: Filmmaker
  • Family: Regina Howard (wife)
  • Additional info: Rome struggles with depression. In fact, in episode one, his character is seen ingesting a large quantity of pills. But after learning about Jon’s death, Rome has a wakeup call. He reevaluates his marriage, he seeks treatment for his mental illness, and Rome and Regina discuss the possibility of having kids. As for what comes next? Series creator DJ Nash has hinted Rome’s character is about to change—and in a big way. “I think Rome, realizing that helping others who have been in that situation might be a really great way to take control back and to take the power back in his life,” Nash told TV Guide. “I’m excited to follow that story for him. In the second season, we see him help other people in the way he needed help.”

Grace Park

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Katherine Kim
  • Occupation: Attorney at Newman, Duffy & Han
  • Family: Eddie Saville (husband), Theo Saville (son)
  • Additional info: Katherine’s marriage begins to unravel when she learns of Eddie’s affair with Delilah Dixon. She petitions for divorce, and season one ended with Eddie signing papers. However, Katherine hesitates to file said papers, and after a candid conversation, the two share a kiss. What this means for the future and their marriage remains to be seen.

David Giuntoli

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Eddie Saville
  • Occupation: Music teacher
  • Family: Katherine Kim (wife), Theo Saville (son)
  • Additional info: Described by Deadline as a “former front man of a local band turned music teacher and stay-at-home dad,” Eddie is a complicated character. He cheated on his wife with Delilah Dixon, an affair which was going on for quite some time. He and wife Katherine separated after she learned of the affair, and Eddie is an alcoholic. He is also the father of 1-year-old Theo.

Allison Miller

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Maggie Bloom
  • Occupation: Clinical psychologist
  • Additional info: Maggie and Gary become romantically involved after meeting at a breast cancer survivors group. (Both she and Gary battled the disease.) And while Maggie’s cancer returned, by the end of season one, her illness was officially in remission. She and Gary are looking forward to figuring out their future together.

Stephanie Szostak

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Delilah Dixon
  • Occupation: Co-owner of Someday
  • Family: Jonathan Dixon (husband), Sophie Dixon (daughter), Daniel Dixon (son)
  • Additional info: After losing Jon to suicide, Delilah struggles. She feels shame and guilt, believing her affair with Eddie led to Jon’s death. She is angry at Jon, not only for leaving but for how emotionally distant he was during their last two years of marriage, and she is conflicted. She believes she needs to pull it together for her kids. Delilah is also pregnant with Eddie’s child.

Lizzy Greene

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Sophie Dixon
  • Occupation: Student
  • Family: Jonathan Dixon (father), Delilah Dixon (mother), Daniel Dixon (brother)
  • Additional info: Sophie is music-loving, guitar-playing, 15-year-old who is attempting to come to terms with her father’s death.

Chance Hurstfield

Jack Rowand

  • Character name: Daniel Dixon
  • Occupation: Student
  • Family: Jonathan Dixon (father), Delilah Dixon (mother), Sophie Dixon (sister)
  • Additional info: Daniel is 12 years old when his father dies. By the end of season one, Daniel tells his mother and sister he is gay, and his character will likely play a larger role in season two.

Drea de Matteo

Jack Rowand

  • Character name: Barbara Nelson/Morgan
  • Occupation: Painter
  • Family: Mitch Nelson (husband), Patrick Nelson (son)
  • Additional info: Barbara Nelson—also known as Barbara Morgan—is the mysterious fourth person listed on Jon’s life insurance policy. She was the wife of Dave, Jon’s college friend killed on September 11, who has since remarried.

Chandler Riggs

David Bukach

  • Character name: Patrick (PJ) Nelson
  • Occupation: Student
  • Family: Dave (birth father), Mitch Nelson (legal father), Barbara Nelson (mother)
  • Additional info: Like Rome, Patrick struggles with deep and dark thoughts. In episode 16, the two have a chance encounter in the hospital and they discuss the difficulties of living with depression. While little is known about Patrick and his future, in a June 26 tweet, Nash revealed PJ would be “a big part” of season two.

Christina Moses

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Regina (Gina) Howard
  • Occupation: Executive chef and co-owner of Someday
  • Family: Rome Howard (husband)
  • Additional info: Talented and goal-oriented, Regina works hard to make her dreams come true. She and Delilah open the restaurant Someday together, after Jon leaves the lease to them in his will; however, Gina’s attention is divided between her business and her sick spouse, Rome.

Christina Ochoa

Matthias Clamer

  • Character name: Ashley Morales
  • Occupation: Jon’s assistant
  • Additional info: Ashley played a pivotal role in season one of A Million Little Things. As Jon’s assistant, she was privy to information others were not. She was the first to learn of Delilah and Eddie’s affair. She discovered Jon’s secret life insurance policy, and Ashley understood the reasons behind Jon’s actions better than anyone else.

Jason Ritter

Bob D’Amico

  • Character name: Unknown
  • Occupation: Unknown
  • Additional info: Ritter’s character is shrouded in mystery; however, TV Line has confirmed that he will have connections to Maggie’s mother, Patricia (Melora Hardin), and his arrival has the potential to “upend everything.” Yikes!

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