It’s us will return for more heartbreaking family drama this fall, with the Season 5 premiere date now confirmed by NBC.
The award-winning series will return to screens in the United States for a two-hour premiere on Tuesday November 10.
Thanks to star Sterling K Brown, we already know that the next season could ‘mirror’ the Black Lives Matter movement, with other real-life events from 2020 set to play a role in the jump show as well. time.
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In a recent post on Twitter, the show’s creator Dan Fogelman confirmed that upcoming episodes will tackle the global coronavirus pandemic head-on.
Fogelman revealed the news to a fan’s question: “Are the writers going to speak to Covid today?” “And” Does the planned show end the same way in light of the events? “
“Yes on Covid[-19]. We have decided to tackle things head on. Very proud of It’s us writers, ”he wrote in response.
He went on to confirm that the series will have the same ending, writing, “Same ending planned. Same route to get there. Hope this is (a little) useful? “
At that time, Fogelman was unsure of when the series would return to production due to delays caused by the pandemic, but with the announcement of the Season 5 premiere, it looks like things have obviously turned around. market.
It’s us airs on NBC in the US and Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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