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Will "A Million Little Things" Give Us the Childfree Character We’ve Been Waiting For?

March 4, 2019

If you haven’t been watching A Million Little Things on ABC, you should start now. It’s okay, I’ll wait. 


Now that you’re caught up, we have something very important to talk about: Rome and Gina.



A Million Little Things is some combination of family drama and twisting mystery. Its first season finale titled “Goodbye” wrapped up a few loose ends and frayed a few others. Actors Romany Malco and Christina Moses (above) play Rome and Gina, a creative power couple with Issues.


The show centers around Jon Dixon, played by the always affable Rob Livingston. He is the glue that holds a rag-tag group of friends together, or so it seems. I admit, I started watching it because two actors from other shows, David Giuntoli from Grimm and James Roday from Psych, were in the cast. I tend to be loyal to people I love from other shows.