Is This Is Us new tonight on NBC? Within this article, we come bearing some more information on that — plus, what lies ahead!
Let’s go ahead and get some of the bad news out of the way — there is no new episode of the show tonight. We’re also not going to be seeing an episode a week after the fact, either. The series is done for the calendar year, which is rather unfortunate given that there is so much stuff that we want more information. Take, for example, who Kevin is going to end up engaged to by the time he celebrates his 40th birthday. Or, what is going to happen when it comes to the relationship between Kate and Toby. Or, how we are going to see Kevin and Randall get so mad at each other that they decide to no longer communicate.
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No matter what the story is going to be, all signs point towards it being pretty emotional — and some may not be addressed right away. Take, for example, what’s going on with Rebecca. The writers have been rather hesitant when it comes to sharing details on what lies ahead, at least in terms of an official diagnosis. That may be something that takes a little bit of time, and we also wouldn’t be shocked if a number of different stories are connected to it in some way. Think in terms of what’s going on at the moment when it comes to Randall and Kevin — because Randall’s keeping a secret from Kevin at the moment about Rebecca’s condition, it’s possible that he keeps it from him too long. Kevin will feel like he has a right to know, and it all comes down to how long Randall wants to keep this under wraps.
We’ll get a chance to dive into This Is Us once more on Tuesday, January 14.
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