This Is Us Season 3: Spoilers And Predictions

  
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Season three of This Is Us is without a doubt one of the most anticipated series returns for the fall 2018 television season. Since the show first aired on NBC in 2016 it has became a TV phenomenon, drawing in millions of viewers, creating ratings records and earning numerous awards. Of course, the reason for its popularity is the incredible way the story of the Pearson family is being told, and the amazing cast behind the characters, all of which are unlike any other show on television right now. With the third season sure to bring even more twists, turns, emotions and incredible stories, don’t miss a thing with these This Is Us season three spoilers and everything you need to know:

12. Jack in Vietnam

While season two finally revealed how Jack died, luckily for fans and the way the series is presented, that doesn’t mean we have seen the end of Milo Ventimiglia’s Jack Pearson. Instead, season three is going to explore a new part of Jack’s life — before meeting Rebecca and becoming a father. “We’re definitely going to see Jack in the Vietnam era… We’re going to explore that side of Jack’s 20s and what brought him into the man that we all knew,” Milo Ventimiglia revealed. Of course, things won’t be as simple as they appear. The end of season two saw Kevin and his new girlfriend Zoe heading to Vietnam to explore that time in Jack’s life, and what they find might be shocking. Justin Hartley said that what his character Kevin finds out about Jack in Vietnam will be “super heartbreaking” and “shocking.” He added, “It’s not what anyone is expecting. No one is going to see it coming.” Ventimiglia echoed those sentiments saying, “People have an idea and they think they do but man, you have no idea. You won’t see what’s coming,” about what is in store for Jack.

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11. The “Her”

Another major cliffhanger that left fans reeling at the end of the season two finale was the flash-forward 13 years in the future to Tess all grown up working as a social worker when she gets a visit from an old Randall who tells her “It’s time to go see her,” and Tess replies, “I’m not ready.” Of course, that left the question about who they are talking about, and fans instantly thought of Beth, but Sterling K. Brown revealed that is probably not the case. “I know who the person that future Randall is referring to, but Fogelman would cut off my big toe if I actually told you who it was,” Sterling K. Brown told EW. “But I can tell you it’s probably not what you suspect. It will be like ‘Oh, wow — didn’t see that coming.’” Meanwhile, Chrissy Metz added, “It’s not good. It’s actually very heartbreaking.” For fans who fear that they won’t find out who the “her” is in season three, Brown did reveal that “at some point in the season” it actually will be revealed, and the showrunners added that there will be more flashes to the future! The possibilities are endless about who the “her” is and signs might be pointing to Tess’s little sister, Annie.

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