SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue reading if you don’t want to know what happened on the mid-season finale of This Is Us.
After the mid-season finale aired, Chrissy opened up about her character’s loss with Entertainment Weekly.
“We found out the middle of the summer when we had our meeting, and, ooooph, of course I was devastated. More so for the audience, because I think they are rooting for Kate and Toby as a relationship for so many reasons,” Chrissy said. “And that it’s a story line that needs to be addressed on network television — not just because of pregnancy, but because of plus-size pregnancy and it’s an unconventional relationship, they’re not married, they’ve just moved in together.”
Chrissy went on to say that she found this story line challenging because she has never experienced the loss of a child and she wanted to make her character’s pain as pure as possible.
“I did process what it would feel like to go through this alone and feel like nobody would understand you, so I used that in the process of just being really in my own head, or in Kate’s own head about it all, and overanalyzing it and feeling inadequate and just being hormonally a wreck because your body still thinks that you’re pregnant,” Chrissy continued. “So just trying to have empathy for Kate, and this beautiful piece of joy that Toby and her had and then it was taken from her. I just tried to stay authentic in the heartache and also the process of grief because everybody processes grief differently.”
The second half of season two of This Is Us will air in early 2018.
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On Tuesday’s episode (October 31), the 58-year-old House of Cards actor was set to be mentioned in a flashback scene where Kevin’s (Justin Hartley) roommate lands a role in a new Spacey film and invites Kevin to the director’s party. That line will not be aired in tonight’s episode.
“In light of recent events, the producers have decided to remove the brief reference to Kevin Spacey,” the show’s production studio 20th Century Fox Television said in a statement on Tuesday.
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The pair play husband and wife Jack and Rebecca Pearson on the hit show.
“There’s always surprises with this show,” Milo recently told Us Weekly about the show’s constant surprises. “Even I flip open the script and I know some storylines that are coming, but when I see how they’re actually laid out, I’m surprised, but always in a good way.”
The cast has had to keep Jack’s death a big secret since the beginning of the show.More Here! »Continue Reading
The cast of the popular television show was celebrated at The Rape Foundation annual brunch on Sunday (October 8) in Los Angeles.
The newly engaged Mandy wore a black dress and posed for photos alongside Chrissy, who looked pretty in a sleeveless black and white print dress.
The annual brunch honors those who advocate for victims of sex crimes.
FYI: Mandy is wearing an Altuzarra dress and Pierre Hardy sandals.
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Some of the questions the co-stars answered were, “Never Have I Ever Jammed Out to a Mandy Moore song,” “Never Have I Ever Been to a Nude Beach,” “Never Have I Ever Had a Sex Dream About One of My Co-Stars,” and many more.
This Is Us season two kicked off last week and there’s another brand new episode on tonight at 9pm ET on NBC!
Watch the co-stars play the game below…
In the sketch, the 43-year-old host portrays a very emotional boom operator who just can’t keep it together on the set of This Is Us.
SNL‘s Mikey Day joins Jimmy as the episode’s director, who tries to film a scene with Sterling K. Brown and Chrissy Metz. As Chrissy‘s character Kate begins blaming herself for their dad’s death, Jimmy‘s Dale begins ruining the take by bawling into the boom.
“I’m not crying, you’re crying on the set,” Jimmy shouts after disrupting more than 21 takes and almost getting into a fight with Chrissy for calling her a “diva.”
By the end, the whole team breaks down in sobs – Watch the hilarious bit below!
‘This Is Us’ Sound Guy Can’t Stop Crying
Milo Ventimiglia looks buff in a black T-shirt as he attends the This Is Us Season 2 Premiere Event on Tuesday (September 26) at Neuehouse Hollywood in Los Angeles.
The 40-year-old actor was joined on the red carpet by his TV wife Mandy Moore along with fellow co-stars Justin Hartley, Chrissy Metz, Susan Kelechi Watson, Chris Sullivan, and Alexandra Breckenridge.
During tonight’s premiere, Justin‘s character basically predicted all of the Kardashians’ pregnancies!
FYI: Chrissy is wearing a custom Kiyonna dress, Stuart Weitzman shoes, and Swarovski Atelier jewelry while carrying a Les Petits Joueurs clutch. Mandy is wearing a Rosie Assoulin dress, Sophia Webster shoes, and Peter Pilotto for Swarovski jewelry with an Edie Parker clutch.
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