Season 2 of “A Million Little Things” is finally making its debut on ABC Thursday, which means fans will finally see just how things will continue playing out following the reveals of why Jon killed himself, and just who Barbara Morgan was.

To recap, in the show’s first season finale, the big questions about Barbara Morgan (Drea de Matteo) and why Jon (Ron Livingston) decided to end his life were finally answered, as Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) was told the story about how he was supposed to be with Barbara’s then-significant other, his former best friend Dave, on American Airlines Flight 11 from Boston to Los Angeles—on September 11, 2001, but he missed the flight. As it turns out, Jon’s guilt that his friend died on the plane, which became one of the two to crash into New York’s Twin Towers, was something he never got over, and he had made Barbara a beneficiary to his money as well because of her son with Dave—PJ (Chandler Riggs), who to this day, does not know the truth about his father,

Meanwhile, Gary (James Roday) and Maggie (Allison Miller) are officially planning to begin their lives together after she officially went into remission for her cancer, while Rome (Romany Malco) has realized he wants a kid—but Regina (Christina Moses) doesn’t feel the same way. Delilah has also gone into labor and is about to welcome her child with Eddie (David Giuntoli), who could ruin everything he has rebuilt with Katherine (Grace Park), as he prepares to tell her the truth about the baby.

So where will things go from there, and what secrets will affect the group as they continue to move forward after Jon’s death?

“When Delilah goes into labor, Eddie feels compelled to tell Katharine the truth about being the baby’s father,” a synopsis for the Season 2 premiere, “Coming Home” reveals.

Naturally, this won’t go over well with Katherine, but it isn’t the only drama that will affect the group.

“Gary and Maggie struggle with living together post-cancer,” the synopsis also states.

The couple’s romance has been one that has moved quickly and seen some deep feelings and connection, but this will be the first time the two of them are officially operating as a couple outside of cancer. With both of them in remission, they will likely need to see if they truly have anything else in common.

Finally, Rome and Regina’s problems over their different feelings about a baby of their own as they “continue to be at odds.”

Catch the new season of “A Million Little Things,” premiering Thursday, Sept 6 at 9 p.m. EDT on ABC.

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New drama is set to affect the group, including Eddie (David Giuntoli) and Theo (Tristan Byon) on the Sept. 26, 2019 episode of “A Million Little Things.” ABC/David Bukach