Mandy Moore teased the series finale of This Is Us, which will be “quite different” from the penultimate episode, according to series creator Dan Fogelman.
This Is Us continues to send fans on an emotional rollercoaster.
Rebecca Pearson, played by Mandy Moore, dies surrounded by her family in the series’ second-to-last episode. Randall (Sterling K. Brown), Kevin (Justin Hartley), and Kate (Katie Holmes) had a sorrowful moment (Chrissy Metz).
However, Mandy promises that the series finale will not be as depressing. She even cautioned viewers not to expect every loose end to be tied up. “People who expect everything to be perfectly tied up in a bow with every single character and every single tale should reject that illusion,” she told Entertainment Weekly, “because that’s not the reality of life.”
In some ways, she explained, it has to be this way since the Pearson family does not end when the show does. As Mandy put it, “‘Yeah, but they have children or will continue to have a life,’ you say after telling one person’s story. And their children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children’s children This story may go on and on for ever and ever.'”
Despite this, she stated the final episode’s “simplicity” will “feel like a warm hug for people,” and creator Dan Fogelman concurred.
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The finale is “quite different” from the penultimate episode, according to the show’s creator, who spoke to Deadline about it. “While it will make you cry and be sad,” he remarked, “the finish of the finale impacts me in a different manner.” “I believe the cast and crew caught something about the human condition and being a family member that I am quite proud of.”
In terms of what will happen in the last episode, Fogelman revealed that it will follow the Pearsons as they hold a funeral to honour Rebecca’s life.