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Who Plays Jamie In ‘A Million Little Things’? Chris Geere Had A Bumpy Start

Sorry to all the A Million Little Things fans who are rooting for Maggie and Gary; there's a new guy in Maggie's life now. In the Season 3 premiere, Maggie (Allison Miller) arrived in London for her fellowship program and she met her new roommate, Jamie. It looks like the new character is going to be a big part of Maggie's life this season, so here's everything you need to know, including who plays Jamie in A Million Little Things:

In A Million Little Things Season 3, Episode 1, Maggie made it to her new apartment in London, but without any cash to pay her cab fare. She rushed into her new place to try to borrow a few pounds from her new roommate Jamie, who Maggie assumed was the woman who answered the door while crying. The woman tearfully told Maggie her boyfriend was texting his ex and Maggie (who was mostly just in a rush to borrow some money) tried to be supportive by telling her she deserves someone better. The woman took Maggie's advice and broke up with her boyfriend on the spot. That made things pretty awkward for Maggie, since she quickly realized that newly dumped boyfriend was actually her new roommate, Jamie.

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Jamie is played by Chris Geere, who some fans might recognize from his starring role in the FX series You're the Worst. He's also appeared in Single Parents, Modern Family, and Pokémon Detective Pikachu. It's unclear how long Geere will stick around in the cast of A Million Little Things, but it seems like he will be a big part of this season.

In the A Million Little Things Season 3 premiere, after Maggie accidentally convinced his girlfriend to break up with him, Jamie insulted Maggie's job as a therapist. Suffice it to say, things got off to a rocky start for the two of them, but the synopsis for next week's episode says "Maggie unexpectedly bonds with her new roommate." It looks like Jamie might end up being more to Maggie than just her roommate.

Season 3 of A Million Little Things continues on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.