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'This is Us' Season 2 To See Jack's Death; Milo Ventimiglia Teases His Character's Life Story Is More Interesting Than His Death

By Donna Marie Lapena Padua , May 16, 2017 06:04 AM EDT
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The hype that "This is Us" has created during its pilot season is not ceasing although it is on a hiatus, and the current revelations about the upcoming second installment are already making fans go back to sobbing. Milo Ventimiglia who plays Jack Pearson just dropped a bombshell about his character as he confirmed that the most anticipated death scene is going down in Season 2.

Fans have been curious throughout the season on how Jack Pearson is going to die on NBC's "This is Us. While there were those who expected to see the reason of the character's death during the pilot, the installment rather ended with the end of Jack's marriage with wife, Rebecca. Fans will not have to wait for too long though to find out about the biggest twist of the series as actor Milo Ventimiglia shared juicy details about his character's fate in Season 2.

Ventimiglia was caught up in an interview during the NBC upfronts party last Sunday. The actor, along with his co-stars Mandy Moore (Rebecca), Sterling K. Brown (Randall), Justin Hartley (Kevin), Chrissy Metz (Kate), Chris Sullivan (Toby) and Susan Kelechi-Watson (Beth), shared some teasers about the second run of the drama.

As demanded by most fans, "This is Us" Season 2 will finally answer the mystery of Jack's death which was also confirmed by Milo Ventimiglia. He said that his character's death would definitely have to go down in the new installment but revealed something more about his role. The actor said that although fans are intrigued on how Jack Pearson died, the viewers will probably more appreciate how he lived his life.

Few more spoilers for "This is Us" Season 2 were already revealed, and fans already know the problems that will storm the marriage of Jack and Rebecca. Randall is also to lose a baby while a wedding might also come to the Pearsons. Ventimiglia has not given a concrete confirmation, but he was seemingly teasing that his character's daughter Kate might be getting married in the new season. The character is also to become a singer.

Meanwhile, a teaser video was released by NBC, but it does not feature any new scenes as the show is reportedly yet to start its production. "This is Us" Season 2 is yet to premiere this Fall, and it will be occupying another time slot on NBC. The network pushed the show from Tuesday to Thursday, and the installment will deliver 18 episodes. Another season has already been greenlit with the same episode count, but the release date for the third installment has not yet been determined.

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