This Is Us fans left ‘crying so much their chests hurt’ at heart-wrenching penultimate episode

THIS Is Us fans were left "crying so much their chests hurt" at the heart-wrenching penultimate episode.

The American drama series first hit our screens in 2016.


This Is Us follows the lives of the Pearson family and the many different periods of their lives.

The TV show has had six successful series and is due to wrap up next week (26 May 2022).

The latest season has followed mum Rebecca's journey with Alzheimer's and last night's instalment, which aired on NBC in the US, left fans feeling very emotional.

One fan wrote on Twitter: "Tonight’s episode of #ThisIsUs was beautifully written and had me crying my eyes out per usual."

Another said: "#ThisIsUs seriously pulling the heartstrings. Memories of being in the livingroom of my grandparents, family talking about the plans… losing grampa within hours. Crying in the garage. Hospital getting food with neices & nephews. Getting called up… dad was dying…"

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"I went to bed early so I’m up super early. I have the bright idea to watch #ThisIsUs and now I’m crying! Such a good show, but such a trigger. I’m still watching tho #ThisIsUsFinalChapter," a third chimed in.

A fourth added: "I'm only 15mins in. This is a lot. Too much even. I'm crying so much my chest hurts OMG #ThisIsUs."

WARNING!!! Spoilers

Rebecca sadly passed away in the episode.

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Kevin, Kate, and Randall said goodbye to their mom in the heart-breaking scenes.

Actress Mandy Moore, who has played Rebecca since 2016, previously opened up about how she found filming her goodbyes.

She told EW: "It wasn't even so much the saying goodbye and her turning and Jack is there at the end.

"All of that was just exceedingly beautiful, but I think it was being led by William and just all of these little Easter egg details.

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"I don't know what all is going to be seen [on TV] — just the little bits and bobs from our life, the 'Taboo' game was there, the growth chart from the kitchen in the Pearson house, there were just so many fun things for me to look at and be caught off guard by and really reacting to in the moment.

"What a beautiful, all-encompassing way to showcase someone's life at the very end."

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