'This Is Us' Season Premiere: Shocking Twist Leaves Viewers Thrilled

By Maria Alamban - 22 Sep '16 08:15AM
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"This is Us" Season Premiere has been buzzing months before it aired Tuesday. Reports have even revealed the possibility of the series emerging to become the most popular new television show. Analysts found out and gave this positive commendation for the show after it earned over 8.8 million views on YouTube. Not just that. It also got a whopping 65 million views on Facebook.

After "This Is Us" Season Premiere was shown on NBC Tuesday, the show posted pictures of the cast celebrating for the success. Photos of their premiere party was posted on their official Facebook account Wednesday.  

The show also released a video containing the cast's view of "This is Us" Season Premiere. The video features main stars Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz, Sterling Brown, and Justin Hartley with the show's creator, Dan Fogelman, discussing in a round table. The promo video also contains a bit of spoilers in it from the creator himself.

 "This is Us" is a story about the complexities of characters with the same birthdates. The series will revolve around their individual lives and how they will soon discover their commonality. Before the pilot episodes were revealed, none of the expectants was able to point out that the three are born on the same hospital at the same day.

Viewers were left with a shocking twist at the conclusion of "This Is Us" Season Premiere episode. The characters Kevin (Justin Hartley) and Kate (Chrissy Metz) are born from married couple Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore). The couple was expecting a triplet, however, the third child died during delivery. Deadline reveals that the twist is on Randall's (Sterling Brown) inclusion in the pack. Randall is an abandoned newborn who was taken home by the couple. Stay tuned to the developments of "This Is Us" every Tuesdays on NBC.

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