Rejoice, Millionaires, A Million Little Things has been renewed for Season 3 at ABC! The network has announced that the drama, which follows a group of friends trying to make their way through life after the unexpected death of a member of their friend group, will return for another season.

A Million Little Things is one of 13 shows ABC renewed on Thursday, including The Rookieblack-ish, Dancing With the StarsThe Goldbergs, and Stumptown.

While the first season of the drama focused on the questions and mysteries surrounding Jon's (Ron Livingston) death by suicide, Season 2 opened up and explored how a ragtag group of friends becomes a family in the wake of such a heartbreaking tragedy. Some were forced to face the sins of their past, while others started new chapters and found new heartbreak.

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The renewal means that fans will definitely get answers after the Season 2 finale, when Eddie (David Giuntoli) was hit by a car on his way home to tell Katherine (Grace Park) how he was partially responsible for a teenage girl drowning when he was in high school. Season 3 will have to see the friends rally around each other after this intense incident.

The series averaged a 0.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic in its second season, with 4.1 million viewers tuning in each week in the live + same day ratings. A Million Little Things was created by DJ Nash and has an ensemble cast including James Roday, Romany Malco, Stephanie Szostak, Christina Moses, and Allison Miller.

A Million Little Things is available to watch on Hulu.

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