“This Is Us” Season 4 rebounds from winter lapse next week with its long anticipated midseason premiere. But since we know it’s gonna be stiff to make it even that much longer to get an renovate on what’s going on with the Pearson family.
TheWrap demanded star Sterling K. Brown to give us a few hints counting an answer as to why Kevin (Justin Hartley) and Randall (Brown) are divorced in that flash forward to the Big 3’s 40th birthday, which we saw at the very end of last year’s midseason climax.
“The tension betwixt Kevin and Randall, it’s a relationship where they love each other passionately, but you see throughout past, like, they come together and they come apart, together, apart, together, apart,” Brown told TheWrap during the Television Critics Association press travel on Saturday.
“And we know that when we get to the remote future, we are at Kevin’s house, right? So we know that they basically come back together. And I know that the way in which they accord with their mother’s ailment is part of the logic why there is agitation. And that’s all I can say about that.”
In case you don’t recall, since Season 4’s midseason finale aired in November, on Rebecca (Mandy Moore) decisively signing to Randall on Thanksgiving that her thought disputes have become severe enough that she wishes to see a doctor. However, she enquired him to keep this a secret from his siblings, Kevin and Kate (Chrissy Metz). Obviously, that’s obvious said by Rebecca than done by Randall.
While Randall isn’t available at the Big 3’s birthday bash in the not so obscure imminent with Kate stating he and Kevin aren’t talking . Rebecca (and her progressively declining memory) are, along with Miguel (Jon Huertas), Kate and Kevin’s fiancee, who is pregnant and not literally shown on screen. Yeah, we have no idea who that woman is or when she invade Kevin’s soul.