A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: DJ Nash and Chance Hurstfield Preview Delilah's Return, a Big Cliffhanger - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: DJ Nash and Chance Hurstfield Preview Delilah’s Return, a Big Cliffhanger

June 8, 2021 by  

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS season 3 finale

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS – “justice: part 1”/“justice: part 2” – Sophie seeks justice for her trauma, and Maggie forces Gary to take a hard look at himself and his relationships. Meanwhile, Eddie goes to extreme measures to fight for his family, and Rome and Regina make big changes for their future on the two-hour season finale of “A Million Little Things,” WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 (9:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Jack Rowand)
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A MILLION LITTLE THINGS has done big finales in the past, but the two-hour season closer is on a whole other level, creator DJ Nash teases: “If you thought that last season had a big cliffhanger, this season’s is bigger.”

Outside of the final moments, the episodes (“Justice Part 1” and “Justice Part 2”) also feature a long awaited reunion: Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) finally returns home.

“Obviously, Delilah being back home is a very happy moment for Danny,” Chance Hurstfield, who plays Danny, previews. “He hasn’t seen her in a long time, because she’s been in France. The bond that Danny and Delilah have is extremely strong, because of everything that has happened to them, and everything they’ve had to fight through together and everything they’ve had to work through…[with every] big impact on their life, they become closer throughout each one.”

And the finale will be no exception. “And the writers do a great job at portraying that, they do a great job of portraying the different sides of Danny and Delilah’s relationship,” Hurstfield continues. “Because Danny loves his mom to extreme amounts, even though sometimes she does things that he doesn’t agree with, like most parent-child relationships. So I feel like the fact that Danny is finally having his mother home for the very end, is a very happy feeling.”

But Nash warns the finale does deal with some of the hard issues that the show has tackled this season, including the continuation of fallout of the grooming storyline.

“This is an episode with some of the twists and turns that could be triggering to people who are in a fragile place,” Nash cautions. “Not that we’re not all in a fragile place because of COVID, but I just want to make sure people are [prepared]—as much as I want to have as many people tune in as possible—just make sure you’re in [the right headspace]. We’re going to take you on a ride for this episode. I just want to make sure everyone is in a place to go on that ride.”

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, Season Finale, Wednesday, June 9, 9/8c, ABC

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