On Tuesday’s "This Is Us," fans finally got to meet Jack’s younger brother, Nicky, and they were loving it.
While offering an emotional look into the lives of Rebecca and The Big Three post-Jack, the third episode of “This Is Us” Season 3 didn’t yield any new clues into who the mysterious “her” is that Future Randall and Future Tess went to go visit in the premiere — at least in the form of another flash-forward scene. TheWrap caught up with star Sterling K. Brown and co-showrunners Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger at the Season 3 premiere red carpet in Los Angeles in September to learn as much as we could. Tess and Randall arrive at some sort of facility, and while Tess goes to the bathroom, Randall gives Toby (Chris Sullivan) a call, and asks if he’s “coming down.” Toby says he doesn’t know, but Randall tells him the “she” would want him here, and Toby agrees that he probably should.
There was a hidden detail in the season three premiere of 'This Is Us' that you probably missed but will definitely wreck you. Are you ready?
A Toledo weatherman, Robert Shiels, had to cut into the cry fest that was the "This Is Us" premiere to update citizens on the weather, and fans were less than thrilled with this decision.
On Tuesday’s third season premiere of NBC’s “This Is Us,” fans got to see the first moments that Jack, played Milo Ventimiglia, laid eyes on Mandy Moore’s Rebecca. And reactions on Twitter flooded in quickly.
From 'This Is Us' to 'Grey's Anatomy,' it seems like all of your favorite TV shows are coming back on this week. Here are the 16 ones to know about.
Better stock up on tissues — the Pearsons will return in Season 3 of “This Is Us” on Sept. 25.
Lyric Ross has been upped to a series regular for the upcoming third season of “This Is Us” on NBC. Ross joined the hit series in Season 2 as a recurring guest star playing Deja, the Pearson’s newest addition from the foster care system. Her previous TV credits include fellow NBC series “Chicago Fire” and the […]
If life itself isn't already making you weep openly (please send tips if not) hen behold the trailer for “Life Itself,” the upcoming movie from “This Is Us” creator Dan Fogelman.
Yahoo Entertainment has picked the 20 buzziest moments from the 2018 TV season so far, from heart-wrenching deaths to funny cat videos to high-profile firings.
Brown looks back at the "Super Bowl" episode of "This Is Us," in which Jack dies and a new timeline is introduced.
Randall Pearson himself says NBC's hit show will have a finite lifespan. And the show’s creator said recently they've already shot scenes for the finale.
Hannah Zeile and Milo Ventimiglia break down the big father-daughter moment in Season 2's second episode, "A Manny-Splendored Thing." The emotionally charged scene marked a major milestone not only in the personal relationship of Kate and Jack, but also the working relationship of the actors who portray them.
The former teen pop star almost went back to school before she landed the part of Rebecca Pearson on "This is Us."
On “This Is Us,” the first of three episodes focusing on “The Big Three” featured one Pearson hitting rock bottom and ended with a death no one saw coming.
During our This Is Us postmortem interview with Isaac Aptaker last week, the showrunner/executive producer teased “three very special episodes,” each one focused on a particular member of the big three on the same day in the past and present, that would close out the first half of Season 2. The difference is that Randall’s torture is mostly self-imposed or a result of his abandonment and adoption issues, while Kevin seems to feel that he was thrust onto the path to greatness and everyone refuses to let him off.
'This is Us' showrunner and exec producer Isaac Aptaker talks Kevin's downward spiral, Kate and Toby's wedding, and the upcoming episodes that are "totally different than anything we've ever done."
What’s the backstory for William Hill, Randall Pearson’s biological father on “This Is Us”? Tuesday night, we learned that his past included a dramatic encounter with the judge in a criminal court.
On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver asked "This Is Us" to help increase the USPS's popularity with educational messages in storylines.