This Is Us

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Season 3 episodes (40)

1 Nine Bucks
Randall, Kate and Kevin find themselves on new paths as they each celebrate their 38th birthday.
2 A Philadelphia Story
The Pearsons gather to support Kevin at his movie premiere. The teenage Big Three make college decisions.
3 Katie Girls
The Pearsons rally around Kate as she undergoes a medical procedure.
4 Vietnam
A young Jack makes a decision that will impact the course of his life.
5 Toby
Kate and Toby try to keep busy while waiting for big news. Randall embarks on a new journey. Kevin meets someone from his father's past.
6 Kamsahamnida
Kate struggles with Toby's depression. Randall makes time for Kevin, who obsesses about Jack's past.
7 Sometimes
Kevin and Zoe land in Vietnam. In the past, Jack and Rebecca take a road trip to Los Angeles. Jack's war story continues to be revealed.
8 Six Thanksgivings
The Pearsons have an unconventional Thanksgiving dinner. In the past, Jack, Rebecca and the big three spend Thanksgiving with Miguel.
9 The Beginning Is the End Is the Beginning
Kevin arrives at the Ville his father served in. Kate pursues a new opportunity. Randall debates Councilman Solomon Brown. In the past, Jack struggles to get through to his brother.
10 The Last Seven Weeks
Randall's campaign comes to a close. Kevin meets someone from Zoe's past. Kate and Toby get ready for the baby.
11 Songbird Road: Part One
Rebecca and the Big Three reckon with secrets Jack kept from them. Jack's Vietnam story continues to be revealed.
12 Songbird Road: Part Two
Kevin attempts to help Nicky. Randall and Kate reflect on differing memories of their childhood.
13 Our Little Island Girl
Beth's trip home to care for her mother sparks an unexpected realization.
14 The Graduates
Kevin keeps a secret from Zoe. Randall gets unexpected news about Deja. In the past, the Big Three graduate from High School.
15 The Waiting Room
Tensions run high as the Pearsons await news about Kate's pregnancy.
16 Don't Take My Sunshine Away
Beth and Randall adjust to their new normal. Kate and Toby spend time with baby Jack. Zoe and Kevin work on their relationship.
17 R & B
A history of Beth and Randall through the ages.
18 Her
Rebecca helps Kate and Toby care for baby Jack. Zoe and Kevin look after Tess and Annie. Randall and Beth consider how to move forward.
101 Season 2 Recap
The stars of THIS IS US get emotional discussing key moments of season 2 and the impact the show has had on them.
102 Aftershow: 301
The cast gets real as Chrissy Metz hashes out Kate and Toby’s big decision in the season 3 premiere of This Is Us.
103 Aftershow: 302
Justin Hartley sits down with co-star Melanie Liburd and co-producer Kay Oyegun to discuss matters of the heart in this week’s episode of This Is Us.
104 Aftershow: 303
All 3 Kates in 1 big episode. Chrissy Metz (Kate) and Chris Sullivan (Toby) break down episode 303 and introduce a deleted scene you didn’t see on air.
105 Aftershow: 304
Check out this aftershow for This Is Us.
106 Aftershow: 305
Chris Sullivan and writer/co-executive producer KJ Steinberg discuss how, after two seasons of laughter and jokes, Toby finally breaks down and tackles his deepest emotions.
107 Aftershow: 306
Mandy Moore and writer/producer, Vera Herbert, explore Rebecca and Kate’s complicated and evolving mother/daughter dynamic.
108 Aftershow: 307
Mandy Moore (Rebecca) and Melanie Liburd (Zoe) get real about how the This Is Us characters deal with unfamiliar vulnerabilities.
109 Aftershow: 308
Susan Kelechi Watson and Sterling K. Brown discuss their characters’ relationship, Randall’s political aspirations, parenting, and much more from the special Thanksgiving-themed episode.
110 Aftershow: 309
Watch here as Susan Kelechi Watson (Beth), Sterling K. Brown (Randall), and Melanie Liburd (Zoe) divulge backstories about a young Pearson’s revelation and Jack’s life in Vietnam.
111 Aftershow: 310
For the midseason return, Chrissy Metz (Kate) and writer Laura Kenar talk navigating relatable life events, and using past tragedies to help guide you through adult life.
112 Aftershow: 311
Milo Ventimiglia and co-executive producer/writer Kevin Falls do a deep dive into all things Jack Pearson, including secrets of his past, his time in Vietnam, and his brother Nicky.
113 Aftershow: 312
Justin Hartley and Griffin Dunne discuss the similar addictions of Kevin and Uncle Nicky, relapsing, and PTSD caused by the Vietnam War.
114 Aftershow: 313
Join Susan Kelechi Watson and writer Eboni Freeman as this episode shines a spotlight on Beth’s adult life, and her finally being able to live out her childhood dreams.
115 Aftershow: 314
As graduation season nears, the actors who play the three young Pearsons sit down and talk about their characters’ struggles after Jack’s death, and what the future holds as the triplets forge their individual paths.
116 Aftershow: 315
Caitlin Thompson (Kate’s enemy-turned-bestie Madison) and Jon Huertas (Rebecca’s second husband Miguel) discuss the internal struggles their characters face in loving the Pearsons, a tight and close-knit family.
117 Aftershow: 316
In this poignant Aftershow, Chrissy Metz (Kate) and Chris Sullivan (Toby) exchange thoughts about parenthood and the give-and-take of support crucial for a successful relationship.
118 Aftershow: 317
Sterling K. Brown, Susan Kelechi Watson and co-producer Kay Oyegun get real about Randall and Beth’s past, present and future.
119 Aftershow: 318
Join cast members Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown and Susan Kelechi Watson as they reminisce about Season 3, tease Season 4, and take a closer look at the Pearsons’ future selves.
120 Character Spotlight: Randall Pearson
In this exclusive piece, Sterling K. Brown discusses Randall and the adoption process with the cast of This Is Us at the For Your Consideration Emmy panel.
121 Character Spotlight: Jack Pearson
In this exclusive piece, Milo Ventimiglia reflects on final farewells with the cast of This Is Us at the For Your Consideration Emmy panel.
122 Character Spotlight: Kevin Pearson
In this exclusive piece, Justin Hartley reflects on Kevin processing Jack’s death with the cast of This Is Us at the For Your Consideration Emmy panel.

About this show

A dramedy made up of a unique ensemble of characters all born on the same day.

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2.87K reviews
Diane Moses
January 16, 2019
I absolutely have fallen in love with this show Being a flower child in 1969, going to Woodstock. Brought back soo many memories. I cry a lot. so glad I did not miss tonight. Randall won. This family is so great. Chrissy so cute trying to get back her hubby's Star wars stuff. Which reminds me I need to get out all my Star Wars. Actually they were my husbands. I am going to miss living on2 acres. moving trying to find an apt. I can afford. Anyway live "This is Us"will be following. 🇦🇹💗
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Lisa A
September 21, 2016
I feel such a connection to this show. I connected with the pregnant lady because my daughter just had a baby. Since I too am over-weight and never got married, I have a special connection with the lady. I connected with the black guy because I was also adopted and found my bio parents. Then my heart strings just made a neat, smiling bow when I found out the 3 "kids" were siblings. I've needed to smile. l won't miss one episode of this show. Please don't cancel this one.
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Ken R
December 31, 2019
After the mid-season 4 episode 9 break: The show has become too confident in itself and is no longer enjoyable to watch. Too many new characters, and too many episodes concentrated on one or two of them, we don't see every character in every episode. I know the producers love doing this sort of thing, but it is not enjoyable. The whole plot with Randall's family and City Council is gone. The show is just trying to do too much in one hour, and it doesn't work. Original Review:The show is critically acclaimed. Everyone loves it. Admittedly, the show is very well written and the acting is excellent. Season one was quite good. The problem is, the audience is being held hostage waiting to find out how Jack dies. We thought we might find out at the beginning of Season 2, but now we have to watch very little happen each week waiting for the answer. There will be a cliff-hanger at the end of season 2. So we may not even find out until Season 3 ... The show is still good, it just does not live up to its reputation.
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