Love, marriage, friendship, tragedy and death will keep viewers hooked to the brand-new drama A Million Little Things season 1, starting Friday 23 November at 6:30pm on M-Net channel. Following the lives of several friends in an uncertain and often unpredictable world, viewers certainly won’t need a million reasons to tune in to this poignant dramedy.
Like it’s poetic tagline “They say friendship isn’t one big thing, it’s a million little things” this slice-of-life series explores relatable themes and characters through the stories of a group of Boston friends who met and bonded under unexpected circumstances. Some have achieved success, others are struggling in their careers and relationships, but all of them feel stuck in life. Eddie is having marital problems and longs to run away, Rome is struggling to find his purpose and is seeking to do something meaningful with his life, Gary is a cancer survivor in remission, apprehensive about his health and scared of the future, and then there’s successful businessman and seemingly perfect John who holds the group together.
Then, one day, one big, frustrating, scary, sad day a heart-breaking tragedy brings these friends together when one of them dies unexpectedly. Through their shock and grief, the others soon realise that it’s time to finally start living. Along the way, they discover that friends may be the one thing to save them from themselves and from the fragility of life.
A Million Little Things stars David Giuntoli (Grimm) Ron Livingston (Loudermilk, The Conjuring) Romany Malco (Mad Dogs, Weeds) Allison Miller (Incorporated, 13 Reasons Why) Christina Moses (Condor, The Originals) Christina Ochoa (Animal Kingdom, Valor) Grace Park (Hawaii Five-0, Battlestar Galactica) James Roday (Psych) and Stephanie Szostak (Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Satisfaction)
The series is produced by ABC Studios and Kapital Entertainment with executive producers DJ Nash (‘Til Death, Up All Night), Aaron Kaplan (Life in Pieces, American Housewife), Dana Honor (9JKL, Me, Myself and I) and James Griffiths (Black-ish, Wrecked).