A Million Little Things Season 5 Officially Renewed For Early 2023

ABC revealed the renewed for Season 5 of A Million Little Things prior to the Season 4 conclusion, leaving fans with a long wait. Discover all the information you need about A Million Little Things Season 5, including which cast members will likely return.

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A Million Little Things Season 5 Release Date

Deadline claimed that Season 5 of the ensemble drama A Million Little Things will be it’s last before it was renewed at the last minute in May. Despite the network’s denials at the time and subsequent silence, it now appears that AMLT will indeed be canceled after the upcoming season.

Despite ABC’s efforts to keep options open (the network reportedly encouraged the AMLT creative team not to write the Season 4 finale as a series finale), the show’s creators went into the Season 5 pickup assuming it would be the series’ last. The season will still premiere in 2023 as planned, and its status as the series’ conclusion has not changed.

A Million Little Things Season 5 cast

Season 5 of A Million Little Things features the continued appearances of recurring cast members David Giuntoli (Eddie Saville), Grace Park (Katherine Kim), and Tristan Byon (Theo). Rome Howard is portrayed by Romany Malco, and his wife, Regina, is portrayed by Christina Moses. Maggie Bloom (Allison Miller) and Gary Mendez (James Roday Rodriguez) are back. Lizzy Green is back as Sophie Dixon, while Stéphanie Szostak may or may not be coming back as Delilah.

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Season 4 of A Million Little Things revealed that Stephanie Szostak’s Delilah would be leaving for France at the end of the year. Her boyfriend Danny Dixon (Chance Hurstfield) followed her there but later came back for an episode or two. Delilah has not been seen since the premiere of Season 4, therefore it seems likely that she will not return. However, ABC has not officially confirmed this.

Greta Strobe, who was Katherine’s best friend and love interest in middle school, could be played again by Cameron Esposito. They had a strong relationship at the end of Season 4 of A Million Little Things.

More About The Show

Though it has been praised for its portrayal of weighty topics like mental health, the Netflix original series A Million Little Things has struggled to find a following in front of live audiences but has found success with DVR and streaming audiences. This season, the show has tied ABC’s Big Sky for the most growth in adults 18-49 in Live+7 playback among the broadcast networks (+133%). In fact, after seven days of linear playback, A Million Little Things’ adult 18-49 rating is more than double what it was on Live+Same Day.

More than six times its initial 18-49 Live+Same Day rating, AMLT has become ABC’s No. 1 delayed-watching gainer this season after 35 days of viewing across all linear and digital platforms (+249% in total viewers and +547% in adults 18-49).

The series, created by DJ Nash, follows a close-knit group of Boston friends who are inspired to live more fully after one of their own dies suddenly. Season 4 concluded on a cliffhanger, as is customary for the American Miniseries and Linked Television franchise. Grace Park plays Katherine Saville, James Roday Rodriguez plays Gary Mendez, Tristan Byon portrays Theo Saville, and Lizzy Greene and Chance Hurstfield play Sophie Dixon and Danny Dixon, respectively. David Giuntoli plays Eddie Saville, Romany Malco plays Rome Howard, Allison Miller plays Maggie Bloom, Christina Moses portrays Regina Howard, and Grace Park plays Katherine Saville.

Season 4 of A Million Little Things had an average of 4.1 million viewers, down 20 and 30 percent from Season 3, and a 0.7 demo rating (with Live+7 playback). It placed sixth in viewers and tied for fifth in the demo among ABC’s eight dramas from the previous season. However, it had the second most DVR gain of any ABC show.

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