A Million Little Things episode 11 is going to air come Thursday, January 17, and it may actually be the most-important episode since the premiere.
Why? It doesn’t actually have that much to do with the story, though there are some big things happening when it comes to Delilah, Danny, and some of the other characters. It instead has to do with the fact that this episode is the first to air in the show’s new timeslot following Grey’s Anatomy. This move represents ABC making a pretty-big statement with this show: They have a lot of faith in it and they want to see it back for another season. They are so interested in having it back, in fact, that they were willing to replace Station 19 with it on the schedule until it finishes up its run. Grey’s Anatomy is the biggest lead-in that ABC has, so they must be confident in the results this match up will produce.
For now, though, we recommend checking out the A Million Little Things episode 11 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below for some other insight regarding what you can expect to see:
After troubling news, Delilah finds herself once again leaning on her friends in order to help her family, unexpectedly having to rely on Katherine the most out of all people. Despite Gary’s protests, Maggie insists on running the Suicide Prevention 5K with the rest of the gang, where Danny also plans to introduce someone special to his mom and sister.
In the promo below, ABC hypes up this episode almost as though it is the one that is going to answer every important question under the sun … which to that, we say “we aren’t buying that”. There are going to be some big reveals coming though, including news about one major character somehow owing in excess of $10 million. Also, it feels like they’re going for a new big reveal at the end of the episode that will set up some more sadness. This show feels at times like the cross-section of This Is Us and How to Get Away with Murder, even if it isn’t anywhere near as devious. It’s just looking to go for the jaw-droppers in the promos in the same way. At least so far, most of the reveals have been traced back to the premiere and the devastating event that carried everyone together in the first place.
Hey, whatever gets us a second season, right? Beyond that, we just need to have more James Roday on the screen since we’re loving what he’s bringing here.
What do you want to see regarding A Million Little Things episode 11? Are there any big reveals that you are anticipating in the near future? Be sure to share right now in the attached comments! (Photo: ABC.)