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'This Is Us': Dan Fogelman Says Parts of Finale Were Shot 3 Years in Advance

The series finale of This Is Us aired on NBC in May, but the series creator, Dan Fogelman, brought back the poignant strains that the show left. Fogelman disclosed that several scenes from the final season were actually shot years ago, sharing that he knew exactly where to lead the series towards—from beginning to end—allowing him to prepare ahead.
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This Is Us Creator Dan Fogelman Shares the Show's Ultimate Message

The creator of This Is Us revealed the ultimate message behind the hit NBC show, which aired its series finale on Tuesday. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, creator Dan Fogelman opened up about what he hopes fans took away from watching the Pearson family over the last six seasons.
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‘This Is Us’ Creator Dan Fogelman On Series Finale’s Last Lines & Frame, MIA Eulogies & Audio, Randall’s Political Future, Possible Spinoffs & More

Click here to read the full article. This is it for This Is Us. In conjunction with tonight’s emotional series finale of the NBC family drama (You can read our recap with additional details here), creator/executive producer Dan Fogelman breaks down the episode and answers questions about key moments and scenes, including his choice of final lines of dialogue and shot and the decision not to show Big Three’s eulogies of their mom. He also speaks about filmed but unused footage, Randall’s political future, potential spinoffs and addresses dog Audio’s fate. As Fogelman has previously revealed, about two-thirds of the finale...
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This Is Us Creator Dan Fogelman Compares This Finale Moment to The Sopranos Ending

Watch: This Is Us Cast Gets EMOTIONAL for Series Finale. After six seasons with the Pearson family, This Is Us came to a close on May 24. In a press conference for the NBC drama series, creator Dan Fogelman compared one specific part of the finale to the infamous ending of The Sopranos—where Tony Soprano sits in a diner with his family, when a possible hit man enters the restaurant with the scene cutting to black.
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