Why we’re not ready to say goodbye to our “this is our family”
One of our favorite TV families is about to say goodbye and our tear ducts are about to embark on another sweet journey. popular NBC series, this is us, has reached the final chapter of its run, and we’re not quite ready to say goodbye. Over the years, the series has been able to introduce us to different aspects of love and help us appreciate family bonds even more.The storyline is as follows pierson family, as they go through the different stages of growing old – starting in a relationship, getting married, and eventually starting a family. Challenges go hand in hand with adults, and the best way to survive a challenge is to have the right support system by your side. Pearson understands what support means from every angle and shows us what (labeling) family goals means. The past five seasons have been a happy and tearful journey, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Here are five reasons why we’re not ready to say goodbye to our families:
5. We don’t know enough about Jack and Rebecca
Jack Pearson played by Milo Ventimigliahero) and his wife Rebecca, played by Mandy Moore (chasing freedom), has been at the forefront of the Pearson family and the entire series. their love story Overcome the odds and emerge stronger through the many trials it surpassed. We may have had a lot of Jack and Rebecca moments over the past 5 years, but it seems like we just can’t get enough of this couple. They are far from perfect, but they show us what imperfect perfect love can be like. The series thrives on heartwarming moments, and the couple has given us immeasurable memories that we can always look back on.
4. We want to make sure the Pearson trio have a happy ending
Pearson’s child Randall, played by Sterling K. Brown (the marvellous mrs maisel), Kate, played by Chrissy Metz (breakthrough) and Justin Hartley’s Kevin (revenge), also known as the “Big Three”, is the product of Jack and Rebecca’s love affair. The three may have the same birthday, but have very different personalities. We’ve seen siblings struggling with their own issues and all we want is for them to keep fighting while maintaining a healthy relationship. The last thing we want is for the Big Three to become more and more divided after so much.Season 5 ends with huge suspense This leaves us guessing what will happen next. The big turning point reveals the beginning of a new relationship and the end of another. When all is said and done, all we can hope for is a happy ending for everyone. God knows they deserve it.
3. We’re also increasingly fond of supporting character storylines
One of the series’ strengths is its ability to make each character’s storyline equally important. The story might revolve around Pearson’s, but that doesn’t mean the supporting characters’ stories are less important. Everyone brought something and made a huge contribution to Pearson’s life. Randall has the best partner in crime in his wife Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson).Louis), and with the help of her husband Toby, played by Chris Sullivan, Kate is able to escape her insecurities (Stranger Things). There are still plenty of character arcs to explore, none of which would have been possible without such a strong supporting cast.
2. We are still trying to learn from the various social issues the series tackles
Every day, you can witness a family drama solving so many progressive problems. The series takes us through a wide range of issues, from racial identity to adoption and, more recently, the LGBTQ realm. The show portrays the core of human nature and teaches us all about acceptance and humility. Life is already so hard, and empathy and kindness can go a long way. Part of the reason the series has lasted so long is that it continues to dissect and portray related issues so well. The magic of the show continues even after five seasons, and there’s no doubt that the final season will be more meaningful.
1. We’re not done with storytelling
The show is led by its creator Dan Fogelman, whose scripts are known for their heart-wrenching and moving abilities. This series just proves what a master storyteller he is. Jumping from one timeline to another and coming up with different types of interconnected storylines requires consistency and creativity. Our TV screens are filled with beautiful stories that are not easily forgotten. Meanwhile, we’re not ready to yell “Cut!” about the waterworks yet.
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