As of today, A Million Little Things will be returning for a second season. In light of last season’s abrupt ending, knowing that the ABC family drama has plenty of life remaining in it is comforting. In the meantime, you’ll want to stay up-to-date on all things A Million Little Things Season 4.
This season’s ending moment was shocking. To round out season one, Gary enticed Sophie’s abuser Peter onto his doorstep, then threw him into his own house, where he dragged him inside. It’s unclear if Gary will follow through on his threat to harm the man, which is the biggest twist.
ABC released the first promo for the next season of A Million Little Things on August 31. Teaser did not give away much of the show’s major plot twists or cliffhangers. Instead, they focused on the characters’ positive emotions and emotional relationships. In light of Season 3’s dramatic developments, it may seem out of place. Still, A Million Little Things has always been marketed as a show about peaceful friendship, devotion, and love between the characters.
However, Delilah’s role should be expanded in the next fourth season. In Season 3, Delilah was primarily absent from the show since Stephanie Szostak could not leave her family in New York to film in Vancouver due to COVID quarantine rules. However, she did appear in the season finale, so hopefully, fans will see her in Season 4.
This is likely because Season 3 finished on such a cliffhanger. Another woman who claims to be the driver that hit Eddie in the Season 2 finale is called Eddie, so hopefully, he gets some answers there as well. Rome will continue to aid his foster son Tyrell after his mother’s deportation, while Delilah will continue to wonder if she wants to transfer her children back home.
As a result of the coronavirus epidemic, A Million Little Things Season 3 was postponed until November 2020, but now that Hollywood has acclimated to the new normal, Season 4 will be released in September as usual. The new season will premiere on ABC on Wednesday, September 22, 2021, at 10 p.m. ET and will be available on Hulu the following day.