This Is Us Season 2 Promotional Shoot

October 26, 2017

NBC has released these great images from the promotional shoot the cast of This Is Us did for Season 2.

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This Is Us – Brothers Episode Stills

October 26, 2017

Some new stills from last night’s episode of This Is Us titled “Brothers” has been added to the gallery.

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‘Whoa Didn’t See That Coming’: This Is Us Cast & Fans React to Mysterious Family History of Jack’s Brother

October 26, 2017

People goes over the revelation that came out in yesterday’s episode of This Is Us, Brothers.

[Spoiler alert: This story contains plot details from Tuesday’s episode of This Is Us, titled “Brothers.”]

This Is Us fans and viewers got to see more glimpses into Jack Pearson’s past on Tuesday night’s episode, specifically his family before the Big 3.

In season 1, we met his abusive alcoholic father, Stanley Pearson (Peter Onorati), and saw a moment of Jack’s military service in the Vietnam War. And now, in the sophomore season, we see that Stanley may die of cirrhosis without saying a final farewell to his son. In addition, we learn more about Jack’s life as a soldier.

Tuesday’s episode revealed that Jack had been hiding a major truth about himself for the past decade: his brother Nicky. (Nicky could be the reason why Jack wanted his sons Kevin and Randall to get along.)

Flashbacks showed Jack with his younger brother waking up from the backseat in a car and putting on his black-rimmed glasses before the older sibling said, “Don’t worry Nicky. I’m not going anywhere, I’m not going anywhere.”

Then the scene fast forwarded to adult Jack looking through a memory box filled with dog tags and old photos from his military days, including a group picture that showed Nicky wearing glasses and a nametape that read “Pearson.”

Previously, during the second episode of this current season, titled “Manny-Splendored Thing,” we saw the blades of a helicopter as the camera panned down to show two men in full Army attire jumping out of the aircraft. One of them was Jack, who was wielding an assault rifle.

And during the first season, fans and viewers saw Jack transition from Army vet to neighborhood mechanic. Remember when Mrs. Peabody asked Jack: “How did you come back from Vietnam so nice? Seems like most of the boys lose their damn minds over there.” And Jack told her, “I was just a mechanic. You know, maybe we had it a little easier over there.”

Well, it appears Jack wasn’t just a mechanic.

Fans and stars Sterling K. Brown and Chrissy Metz reacted to Nicky on social media with many wondering how much of an impact he could have on Jack’s life.

“Jack and Nicky, brothers, soldiers in Vietnam. Looks like there’s more to Jack’s story than he let’s on,” Brown live-tweeted during the episode.

“Niiicky! I must know everything, now!” Metz live-tweeted.

Mandy Moore also took to Twitter to share her reaction to the surprise twist. “Whoa. Didn’t see that coming. Introducing Jack’s younger brother, Nicky,” the actress wrote.

And fans couldn’t believe there was another Pearson family introduction.

While we have more to learn about Jack and Nicky’s brotherly bonding, next week’s episode will give viewers an in-depth look at a crucial decade for the Big 3.

This Is Us airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on NBC.

‘This Is Us’ actor Chris Sullivan reveals 3 secrets from the set

October 26, 2017

Chris Sullivan who plays Toby shares some information from the set of This Is Us and it’s cast members with the Today Show!

We’ll take any secret we can get the cast of “This Is Us” to spill, and fortunately for us, Chris Sullivan is ready to dish.

The actor, who stars as the boyfriend to Kate Pearson (played by Chrissy Metz), stopped by Megyn Kelly TODAY Wednesday and shared three nuggets from the “This Is Us” set. (And no, Jack’s death is not one of them but we’ll never stop asking!)

Here are the three juicy tidbits he shared:

Sterling K. Brown, who plays Kate’s on-screen brother Randall, can sing! “He has a wonderful baritone,” Sullivan said, adding that he often hears musical theater music in Brown’s trailer and that the actor’s not one to shy away from singing “Frozen” or music from the Broadway show “Wicked.”

Mandy Moore, who plays mom Rebecca Pearson, has a unique way of getting into character. “Right before she starts a take, she does this full-body shake,” says Sullivan. Sounds like a nice way to shake off any nerves!

As for Metz, the two have an odd way of showing their bond when the cameras aren’t rolling. “Chrissy and I communicate in two Southern characters a lot of the time,” Sullivan said. “For no reason except we’re a couple of idiots.” We disagree — but we’d love to hear those accents!

This is Us | Stills From A Manny-Splendored Thing

October 03, 2017

Tonight is the second episode of the new season of This is Us, A Manny-Splendored Thing. I have added three stills from the episode featuring Sterling as Randall to our gallery! Be sure to tune in to the show!

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Skit

September 27, 2017

Sterling, Milo & Chrissy participated in a skit on last night’s episode of the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Check out the video & stills from the skit below!

The sound guy (Jimmy Fallon) on the set of “This Is Us” can’t stop crying during an emotional scene. Featuring Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and Milo Ventimiglia, along with SNL’s Mikey Day.

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‘This Is Us’ Season 2 Premiere Sets New Series High

September 27, 2017

The “This Is Us” Season 2 premiere set a new high for the series in the key demo, according to Nielsen overnight data.

The sophomore opener of the beloved NBC drama drew a 3.8 rating in adults 18-49 and 12.6 million viewers, airing at 9 p.m.. That is an improvement of 36 percent in the demo compared to the Season 1 premiere (2.9) and a 12 percent bump above the Season 1 finale (3.4). It was also the second most-watched episode of the series, behind only the Season 1 finale (12.8 million).

Earlier on NBC, “The Voice” (2.6, 10.6 million) debuted its first Tuesday episode of its thirteenth season down 23 percent in the demo and 13 percent in total viewers from its first Tuesday last season. At 10, the series premiere of “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders” drew a 1.7 and 6.2 million viewers, winning the hour in the demo but losing out to the season premiere of “NCIS: New Orleans” in total viewers.

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