'This is Us' Stars Speak on Hit Show, Second Season - NBC 10 Philadelphia

'This is Us' Stars Speak on Hit Show, Second Season

Star of 'This Is Us' Speaks to NBC10

The cast and crew of the hit NBC show "This Is Us" spent the day at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey where they received a tour from marines. NBC10's Jacqueline London spoke with "This Is Us" star Milo Ventimiglia about the hit show.

(Published Wednesday, May 17, 2017)

From laughter to tears, one hit show brought thousands of people together last fall. As the popular series prepares for a second season, the stars are reflecting on how the show has impacted their own lives.

NBC's hit show, “This Is Us” brought viewers plenty of heart-wrenching moments throughout the first season, and now viewers are counting down the days until the lives of Jack, Rebecca, Kate, Kevin, Randall, Beth and the rest of the family can continue.

And the stars of the show are just as excited.

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You came to love him as "The Manny", and then as just "Kevin", a character learning to find himself on the hit show This is Us. But how has the show impacted him? NBC10's Jacqueline London sat down for a one-on-one interview with the actor.

(Published Tuesday, May 16, 2017)

Justin Hartley, “Kevin” on the show, says families tell him of the show bringing them together.

"This is the one show that they all can come together and watch it together and enjoy it together as a family, and then afterwards, talk about it," Hartley told NBC10's Jacqueline London in an exclusive interview. "That's kind of nice."

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One star from the hit show This is Us says she's impressed and moved by her costars, and also gives us some hints about what to expect in season two.

(Published Tuesday, May 16, 2017)

Susan Kelechi-Watson, "Beth" on the show, says she is moved when watching her costars.

"Sometimes it's just the performance of my peers," Kelechi-Watson said. "They really do some special, vulnerable, open things."

Those vulnerable moments from the actors translate into relatable moments for viewers every week, bringing viewers to tears frequently.

"I'm blown away by the amount of excitement surrounding this show," Milo Ventimiglia, "Jack" on the show, said. "And people look forward to a good cry."

The hit show will return for the second season in Fall 2017. This time, you'll have to tune in to NBC's revival of "Must See TV" Thursday's.