Curious in getting the latest A Million Little Things season 2 casting scoop? With Jason Ritter coming on board, we have ourselves a little bit of an ABC reunion!
According to a report coming in via TVLine, the former Kevin (Probably) Saves the World star is going to be appearing across the upcoming season in what is described as a multiple-episode arc, one where he is going to play someone who has some ties to Maggie’s mother Patricia. How he impacts Patricia, Maggie, and other characters remains to be seen, but it seems as though it could be widespread. This is a character coming on board with the idea of shaking things up.
One of the things that A Million Little Things can hang its hat on at the moment is its casting. Just think about it for a moment here — the first season cast great people like David Giuntoli, James Roday, and Grace Park as regulars, and that is before even considering Chandler Riggs later joining in his first major role following his time on The Walking Dead as Carl. Getting Ritter, a TV veteran with a lot of fans already, A Million Little Things now adds to its million or so reasons why viewers should watch. Think in terms of its mystery, the chemistry of the cast, or the way that it brings you down to some of your realest, rawest emotions. It started its series on a devastating note, but since that time has explored matters of life, death, and the future with a lot of grace and nuance. It’s a special show that is marketing itself on humanity.
As CarterMatt recently reported, season 2 of the DJ Nash-produced drama is now several episodes into production, and it is currently set to premiere later this fall on Thursday nights. Much like it did for the second half of its season, it will air following Grey’s Anatomy and presumably, it’s going to work in order to capture a similar sort of television audience.
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