Justin Hartley Says a Huge 'This Is Us' Season 5 Twist Is About to Happen

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The first part of season five of This Is Us premiered on Tuesday, October 27th.
The latest season of This Is Us covers the coronavirus pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement, and more.
Part 2 of Season Five of This Is Us will return on Tuesday, January 5th at 9 p.m. ET.
Here's what the cast of This Is Us said about season five episodes.
This Is Us fans, get ready for the rest of season five.
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While we wait for new episodes to come out, we've gathered all the key details from the cast of This Is Us that will reveal what to expect when the series returns to NBC.
So far, we've learned everything about what is likely the penultimate season of This Is Us:
There's going to be a big twist in the second half of season five.
While speaking to TVLine.com recently, Justin Hartley teased that there is going to be a major event in the latest season that will change everything and everyone.
"There will be a moment of great significance that will change the course of everyone's relationship with everyone else," the actor who plays Kevin Pearson told the outlet. "I mean, I'm trying to think of someone who's not affected. Randall, Kate, Kevin sure, Mom, even Miguel. He's got some cool things ahead of him. Jack is about the only one that doesn't exist." t affect - because he's dead. "
This Is Us Season 5 will continue to address current events.
Speaking to Good Housekeeping about its partnership with Survivorship Today last October, Sterling K. Brown stated that the events of 2020 will affect the world of the Pearsons.
"We're going to be reaching out to COVID, we're going to be reaching out to Black Lives Matter, and we're still keeping the stuff of our show," revealed Sterling, who plays Randall.
Season 5 is the penultimate season of the show.
We hate to see it go, but all good things have to end. We know this because showrunner Isaac Aptaker previously said the team was working on "three seasons in the future" while the third season airs.
"I would hope that when we get to our end, people think that it's a really satisfying ending point that makes sense, and it feels like they've seen something that is a complete job because so try we really plan it, ”Isaac told Deadline. "We've had this goal for a long time, so we can plan it and try to make it feel like a whole, as opposed to a series that will go on forever."
We'll see less Jack-centric storylines in the coming seasons.
As much as we love Milo, Showrunners have said it's time to get down to the other characters' storylines. In an interview with Good Housekeeping, Dan told us that most of Jack's backstory took place in season 3.
"We're starting to move on to new chapters ... with the big three," he said of Season 4. "Some of the show's more mysterious or dramatic traits could fall into the hands of some of our other characters."
There will be a focus on Rebecca's past.
Dan revealed to People that the Pearson Matriarch is facing a "challenging chapter". However, this will also be the time when we will learn more about Miguel and Rebecca's emerging relationship.
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"When we land in St. Louis with her, we'll explore her with Miguel ... Here's the opportunity where we can put them in one place and get this treatment that they weren't particularly keen to try," Dan said. "It will also allow us to move on to whatever the plan was at the back of our series to better understand how their relationship bloomed, then faltered, then bloomed again and really entered their lives."
Randall and Kevin won't heal right away.
In the season four finale, Randall and Kevin had a nasty verbal fight. Sadly, Justin told Entertainment Weekly that fans shouldn't expect the two brothers to reconcile immediately.
"It might take a little while. But they're brothers, that won't separate them until their deathbeds and they don't speak," Justin told the outlet. "That's how I got it. But I think it will take a while."
A darker time for Kate is likely to come.
When Chrissy spoke to Deadline, she said that she and Dan discussed exploring more of the secrets of Kate's past in season 5. And what the audience will see will be difficult.
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"We're going to find out in more detail next season why she decided to not necessarily use food, but to use a substance - hers is food - because she's been through some things that we don't have, we don't. " I do not know yet. "
She also told people more about Kate's future trip.
"There's a story, a line through, of some of the experiences that shaped Kate as a woman and as an adult that we haven't seen before," she teased. She added that it "sure is a trauma".
There are so many ways to watch This Is Us season 5.
If you don't see the first airing, new episodes can usually be viewed 24 hours after they aired through NBC's on-demand feature. The show can also be streamed at NBC.com/this-is-us/episodes.
The NBC app also has episodes that you can download, and Hulu subscribers can stream an episode the day after it airs. Hulu even has a live TV feature that lets you turn on your mobile device.
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