This Is Us Season 6 Trailer Out: Netizens Get Emotional With Finale Glimpse

With the release of This Is Us Season 6 trailer, fans have become insanely overwhelmed. The show has been running for 6 years now with a fan base that has only grown with a strong emotional connection towards the show. Created by Dan Fogelman, this NBC family drama has given the audience drama, happiness and tears, alike. Now, with season 6 knocking at the doors, it is truly a bittersweet moment for everyone as this will mark the end of this brilliant series.

This Is Us tells an overall story of three siblings- Kevin, Kate and Randall, three siblings, who go through unique personal struggles at different stages in their life and try to seek happiness to get over a past tragedy that has left them emotionally ruined and devasted. The new trailer reveals heartwarming and tearful snippets of what fans are going to experience in the upcoming season with a major premise that will revolve around Mandy Moore’s Rebecca Pearson facing Alzheimer’s (an emotional reminder of Julianne Moore from ‘Still Alice’).

The promo for season 6 shows Rebecca saying, “I’m losing my memory. Sometimes I think about what my very last memory will be before the candle goes out”, which has sent fans reeling in tears. Netizens have taken over Twitter to express their love, excitement for the show and the cloud of gloom to let it go, forever.

Check out some Twitter Reactions on This Is Us Season 6 trailer below:

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This Is Us stars Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Susan Kelechi Watson, Chris Sullivan and various others in award-winning roles.

Watch the trailer for season six below!

In case, you haven’t watched this incredible series, you can stream all seasons now on Amazon Prime Video. Meanwhile, This Is Us Season 6 arrives on January 4, 2021, on NBC.

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