Watch million little things

All of your favorite primetime TV shows have officially returned from winter hiatus, including ABC’s hit drama A Million Little Things. In season 1, we saw a group of friends navigate life after the heartbreaking loss of one of their own, and season 2 has only brought more drama and mystery so far.

Needless to say, you’re not going to want to miss whatever the show has coming up next — so here’s everything you need to know about how to watch A Million Little Things.

How to watch A Million Little Things live:

Anyone with a cable subscription can watch new episodes of A Million Little Things as they air live on Thursdays at 10 p.m. on ABC. Whether you watch them on your actual television or on another device via the ABC website or ABC app (where you’ll also need to log in with your cable provider information) is up to you.

If you have a live television service such as Hulu + Live TV, you should be able to watch A Million Little Things episodes when they air, as well.

How to stream A Million Little Things:

With your cable subscription, you can watch the newest episodes of A Million Little Things on demand, though they typically don’t become available until the morning after they air. You can also use your cable provider login to stream season 2 episodes on the ABC website or ABC app (but again, you should note that they won’t be available until the day after they air on live TV).

If you don’t have cable, there are a few options for watching A Million Little Things. If you have a Hulu subscription, you can catch new episodes on the streaming service when they become available on Fridays. You can also pay for each new episode individually on other streaming platforms, such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and YouTube TV.

How to watch A Million Little Things season 1:

While season 1 of A Million Little Things is no longer on Hulu (it was removed just after the season 2 premiere), there are other options for catching up on everything you’ve missed: All of the season 1 episodes are currently available on Amazon Prime Video, where you can watch them for $2.99 a pop or $14.99 for the entire season. For another option, check out Google Play, where the episodes go for $1.99 a pop or $9.99 for the entire season.

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Heather Finn Content Strategy Editor Heather Finn is the content strategy editor at Good Housekeeping, where she heads up the brand’s social media strategy and covers entertainment news on everything from ABC’s ‘The Good Doctor’ to Netflix’s latest true crime documentaries.

Hulu New Releases: February 2020

February is a month for love and Hulu knows exactly what to do with it. For its February 2020 new releases, Hulu is introducing an original series fit for Valentine’s Day. High Fidelity premieres on Valentine’s Day and this modern adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel and Stephen Frears film will bring some love and music to the mid-February doldrums.

Hulu’s only $5.99/month now, grab the deal here!

Another original arriving in February is Utopia Falls (also premiering on February 14), which looks to be teenage-oriented series combining Harry Potter, The Expanse, and music. That sound like something that might interest you?

February 1 sees the arrival of plenty of films to enjoy like 300, When Harry Met Sally, The Fugitive, and 28 Days Later. That’s about as diverse an array of genre films as you’ll get. But if you only need romance movies in February, you’ll be sure to find them on Hulu.


February 1

300 (2007)

28 Days Later (2003)

Adam (2019)

All About E (2005)

Bridget Jones Diary (2001)

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004)

Bridget Jone’s Baby (2016)

Buffalo 66 (1998)

Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974)

Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin’ (1983)

Cherry Pop (2017)

Earth Girls are Easy (1988)

For Colored Girls (2010)

The Fugitive (1993)

Getting Go: The Doc Project (2013)

Ghost (1990)

The Girl King (2015)

Hitch (2005)

Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party (2015)

Hot Guys with Guns (2013)

John Q (2002)

Judgement Day (1999)

The Last Stand (2013)

The Last Warrior (2000)

Liz in September (2014)

Lord of War (2005)

The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959)

Margarita with a Straw (2014)

Ms. Purple (2019)

Menace II Society (1993)

Mimic (1997)

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie (2011)

National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2: College @ Sea (2006)

National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985)

National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983)

Naz and Maalik (2015)

The Phantom of the Opera (2004)

Precious (2009)

Robin Hood (1991)

Say Anything (1989)

Southie (1999)

The Spy Next Door (2010)

Those People (2015)

Touched with Fire (2016)

Vegas Vacation (1997)

When Harry Met Sally (1989)

Where We Go From Here (2019)

February 2

A Madea Family Funeral (2019)

February 3

The Masked Singer: Season 3 Premiere (FOX)

The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

February 5

Warrior (2011)

February 6

Lego Masters: Series Premiere (FOX)

Angel of Mine (2019)

David Crosby: Remember My Name (2019)

Disaster Movie (2008)

Wrinkles the Clown (2019)

February 7

Into The Dark: My Valentine: Episode Premiere (Hulu Original)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 7 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

Indebted: Season 1 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

February 9

Alive (2019)

February 10

The Oscars: Special (ABC)

February 12

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Complete Season 9 (Bravo)

For Life: Series Premiere (ABC)

Where’d You Go, Bernadette (2019)

February 13

Mister America (2019)

February 14

High Fidelity: Complete Season 1 Premiere (Hulu Original)

The Other Guy: Complete Season 2 (eOne)

Utopia Falls: Complete Season 1 (Hulu Original)

Beverly Hills Ninja (1997)

From Hell (2001)

Racetime (2019)

Radioflash (2019)

Villains (2019)

February 15

28 Hotel Rooms (2012)

American Ultra (2015)

Anchor and Hope (2017)

Monogamy (2010)

Princess Cyd (2017)

February 17

American Idol: Season 3 Premiere (ABC)

Duncanville: Series Premiere (FOX)

Good Girls: Season 3 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

February 18

Super 8 (2011)

February 19

Getaway (2013)

February 22

The Prince (2014)

February 25

The Voice: Season 18 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

Run the Race (2019)

February 28

After the Wedding (2019)

Leaving Hulu – February 29

February 29

A Better Life (2011)

A Stork’s Journey (2017)

Airheads (1994)

Almost Famous (2000)

Blast from the Past (1999)

Cube (1998)

Cube 2: Hypercube (2003)

Cube Zero (2005)

Dennis the Menace (1993)

Dennis the Menace Strikes Again (1998)

Exposed (2016)

Failure to Launch (2006)

Hamlet (1990)

Harry Brown (2009)

Heartbreakers (2001)

In Secret (2014)

Just Married (2003)

Knowing (2009)

Man on a Ledge (2012)

Nobody’s Fool (1995)

Ouija House (2018)

Ouija Séance: The Final Game (2018)

Road House (1989)

Secretary (2002)

Set Up (2011)

Sorority Row (2009)

Transporter 2 (2005)

Uptown Girls (2003)

Wall Street (1987)

Editor’s Note: This page is updated monthly. Bookmark it for the latest Hulu new releases!

A Million Little Things began with a death, as Jon killed himself, leaving his stunned friends to pick up the pieces and search for answers. With the mystery of Jon’s death largely solved, the upcoming 19-episode second season of the ABC drama will set up a new mystery and will also feature a death, AMLT creator/EP/showrunner DJ Nash recently revealed in an interview with Deadline. In it, he also teased the theme for next season, which will pick up the story right where it left off in the Season 1 finale. The theme is related to family, and the mystery early next season would be linked to a new recurring character played by Jason Ritter.

Nash talked about what is in store for the main characters, revealing that he has mapped out each of their stories for two years, the upcoming second season and a potential third.

A Million Little Things was inspired by Nash losing a friend to suicide, and the series continues to be very personal for him. He revealed that the Rome and Regina struggles with the idea of parenthood stems from personal experience. Additionally, in Season 2 PJ and Delilah’s baby’s paternity will get intertwined.

DEADLINE: In the last scene from the season finale, Eddie (David Giuntoli) appeared ready to share with Katherine (Grace Park) the secret that he is the father of the baby Jon’s widow Delilah was giving birth to at that moment. Can you reveal how that conversation went?

NASH: Eddie had an affair, which is not great, and then he got another woman pregnant, which is also not super great, but, ever since he’s come back, he’s done the right thing. He’s being patient, he’s being a good dad, he’s trying to make amends, and right before he has this dinner where he could come home, it appears as though he’s going to say this secret that he needs to share. We’ll leave Katherine in a really horrible situation, which is exactly where I love putting Grace Park; whenever she’s in pain, it’s a great scene.


It really is this question of, “Am I going to forgive him for the past, so that I can live my future?” So we’ll see them in a really tough spot with what they’re going to do.

As that’s happening, you have Rome and Regina who, like my wife and I did, made a commitment when they got married…no kids. And like my wife and I did at a car dealership, in a SUV, he tells her that he’s changed his mind.


Unlike Rome and Regina, my wife and I both changed our minds, so it’s tough for them. What do you do? Regina and Rome obviously love each other, especially after a year of her helping him through his depression and him helping her realize that she’s a survivor of child sexual assault. They’ve never been stronger, but this is an impasse. Do you have the kid? If they don’t, Rome may resent her for what their life could have been. But if they do, she might resent Rome for what their life has become.

With Delilah, you have a mom who has made this very selfless choice. It would be easy to say this is Eddie’s kid, he’s going to help out. But her kids lost their dad. They can’t lose their mom right now. They can lose them when they’re 18, but they can’t lose them now, and so, she’s carrying this really difficult secret. As that’s happening, we have PJ who will be back on the show with Barbara and Mitch, and it’s a cautionary tale because Delilah gets a front row seat, watching them struggle with their paternity issues. Later in the season, PJ will realize that the man who raised him was not his father, and we will see how that informs Delilah and Eddie’s situation.


Gary and Maggie, who happily moved in together, starting this next phase of their lives, a life Maggie didn’t think she would have. She’s in remission, it’s the perfect happy ending, but where do you go from there? Here’s this couple that met in a remission support group, and she was hiding her cancer, and then, she said she’s not fighting it, and then, because of him, she fought it. And now she’s going to live in remission. Their whole relationship…from first meeting through chemo appointments…has been about cancer. They’ve never existed without cancer. And they will struggle to figure out what their life together is without cancer. Maggie was prepared to die, so now that she has 40 or 50 years ahead of her, she’s wondering where do you go from here?

DEADLINE: So the cancer is gone?

NASH: She is cancer free.

DEADLINE: And there will be no more setbacks with the cancer coming back? That is a closed chapter?

NASH: For the moment.

DEADLINE: What are some of the major challenges the main characters will be facing next season. Any deaths?


NASH: Yes. There’s going to be some things that they have to deal with. There’s going be some challenges in this group. Patricia is Maggie’s mom, played by Melora Hardin. She comes back, and there’s a person from Patricia’s past, played by Jason Ritter, that is going to shake things up in a huge way. It’s a little bit of mystery we are following in the first half of the season. The other issue we are following in the first half is what’s going on with PJ.

Issues we have been dealing with, like depression, suicide, and all the things that happen in life, will continue to affect this group. There is a death that happens this season, and we will see how the group rallies to support each other.

The theme of the first season was: friendship isn’t the big things, it’s a million little things. This season is: what does it mean to be mean to be family? It doesn’t necessarily mean the person you’re genetically related to. It can mean they’re the person who’s there for you when you need it the most. So, we’re looking at that and what that means this season.

DEADLINE: Is it about the group as a family?


NASH: The group as a family. Whatever PJ’s paternity turns out to be, whatever this baby’s paternity turns out to be. Rome, in a lot of ways, acts likes PJ’s dad. So we ask the question, what does it mean to be family? Is Mitch his dad? He’s the man who raised him. How is he not your father? We’ll look at those issues, and thematically, how they juxtapose and dovetail with the other storyline.

DEADLINE: The person who dies. Is that a main character? Or somebody we have not met yet?

NASH: Someone you’ve seen.

DEADLINE: I feel there still was some ambiguity left about Jon’s death. Will we ever know for sure why he jumped?


NASH: The thing about suicide is, you never get to really know why someone did it for sure. As we said in the first season finale, as a loved one to someone who has died by suicide, you’re always trying to turn over that one stone that explains everything. But its not one stone, it’s a bunch of stones stacked on top of each other. So we see things from Jon’s past, like 9/11 and his business investments, but it’s never going to be one thing.

DEADLINE: Anything else you would like to tease about Season 2?

NASH: It’s interesting if you just want to think about thematic stuff. The first year that you lose someone is obviously really hard — the first Christmas without Dad and the first Valentine’s without your significant other. In the second year, in some ways, it can be more challenging.

I read this book over hiatus by Jennifer Ashton, a doctor who’s the chief medical consultant for Good Morning America — she’s actually going to be on our show this season, she plays herself. She was talking about how the second year of losing someone is almost harder because people aren’t looking out for you as much.

There’s a characterwho comes into our show played by Richard Kind, who’s amazing. He’s an old family friend, and he has not heard about Jon’s passing. Seeing our gang have to help him through this is going to be somewhat comedic in that it’s fresh for him, but they are, oh, he’s gone, so there’s a chance to have a little levity as we look at it.

I have to say, going into Season 2, I was like, oh, how do we do what we did first season the second season, and we found a mystery that’s independent of Jon, so we’re playing that out. We found a really moving story, we found things to happen to the characters. We have pretty much plotted out what happens for all of our characters through Season 3, but we know we only have the Season 2 picked up, so I feel like these stories are authentically coming together, and it’s all because of this incredible writers room who is filled with people who are coming in and just sharing these real stories and things that happened to them.