This Is Us spoilers for the first episode of Season 1 surely did not disappoint. The plot twist was so exciting that fans will definitely stand by for what’s in store next. NBC’s recent synopsis reveals romance in the making, possible deception, and so much more.
Kate (Chrissy Metz) is dead set on losing all that weight. Thanks to her supportive beau Toby (Chris Sullivan), things are a bit easier to carry. Not only is Toby Kate’s biggest fan, he will also remind Kate not to take life too seriously. She should also enjoy life and have fun on the side!
At the same time, Randall (Sterling K. Brown) is attempting to make his father a part of his life with his own family. Randall has let bygones be bygones. But his wife Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) feels differently. She has doubts about her father-in-law’s (William played by Ron Cephas Jones) motives on participating in their lives so late in the day. She has no qualms bringing this up with him.
Kevin (Justin Hartley) are dealing with some serious issues on his own. He quit his acting job and is now uncertain on how to move forward. Good thing his agent Lanie (Katey Sagal) is there to help him out.
Eight Years Later…
There’s going to be a big jump in Episode 2. Rebecca (Mandy Moore) and Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) who became parents to triplets in the premiere are struggling. Raising three growing children in their household is a big challenge they barely have time for themselves. They have definitely grown apart and things need to be fixed in their marriage soon.
In the season premiere, viewers witnessed the shocking twist about how each character is connected with each other. Kevin and Kate are two-thirds of a set of triplets. Their mother Rebecca had complications during delivery causing their brother to be stillborn. Randall turns out to be their adopted brother.
The show’s creator Dan Fogelman told Entertainment Weekly that it was his intention to show the character’s familial ties right from the start. But they were careful not to give anything away. They made sure that the
little details in the premiere episode are not enough for fans to make a conclusion about the story moving forward.