Just a couple of weeks earlier, Jack Pearson left this world. Now it’s time to lay season 2 of This Is United States to rest.
The NBC household drama ended up production on its existing season on Friday. “Officially wrapped #ThisIsUs season 2,” tweeted Milo Ventimiglia, a.k.a. the Pearson patriarch who is quite still part of the series. “Hope y’all enjoy the last few eps. Already can’t wait to get back for season 3.”
Mandy Moore (Rebecca) echoed those beliefs on Twitter while providing her stamp of approval on the last 3 episodes of the season, the very first which airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
This Is United States developer Dan Fogelman tweeted video of the last scene being ended up with Sterling K. Brown and his 2 onscreen children, Eris Baker and Faithe Herman.
Fogelman informed EW that the very first of the last 3 episodes will “have some lightness and some fun.” “We feel like fans almost deserve a break, because it’s been really heavy,” he kept in mind. When it comes to the ending? “Ultimately, we’re culminating at a big, moving family event, which would presumably be Kate’s wedding.”
Read more of his tips about the last 3 episodes here.
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