This Is Us starring Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia ‘ends after season six’

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This Is Us starring Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia ‘will end after season six’ with an announcement ‘expected by Friday’

  • The TV show This Is Us from creator Dan Fogelman seems to be coming to an end
  • On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter claimed the family drama will not return after season six
  • And the site added that NBC will make the announcement as soon as possible on Friday
  • That’s when the network should discuss the fall schedule for the 2021-2022 season
  • The series launched in 2016 and stars Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia

Creator Dan Fogelman’s popular and critically acclaimed TV show This Is Us appears to be coming to an end.

On Wednesday The Hollywood Reporter claimed the family drama launched in 2016 and stars Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia and Chrissy Metz will not be returning after season six.

And the site added that NBC will make the announcement as soon as Friday, when the network will discuss the fall schedule for the 2021-22 season.

Not anymore? The popular and acclaimed TV show This Is Us from creator Dan Fogelman seems to be coming to an end; Mandy Moore can be seen here with Milo Ventimiglia

DailyMail.com has contacted NBC representatives for comment.

The show was an award dynamo with Emmy nominations for drama series and stars Ventimiglia, Moore, Sterling K Brown Brown and Metz.

The final season is expected to have 18 episodes, bringing the total number of series episodes to over 100. That number means producers could get a generous “ off-network syndication deal, ” according to the site, which would mean a big paid day for Fogelman and Disney, who now own the series.

There have been indications over the years that the show would end. In May 2019, sources told THR that season six would be “ probably the last. ”

Done?  On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter will not return the series with Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia after season six

Done? On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter will not return the series with Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia after season six

Fogelman also said the show would not last very long in 2019.

“We never intended to make a television series that would run for 18 seasons, so we have a very direct plan. I have script pages that I have written and I am writing those really deep, deep, deep into the future. We have a plan for what we’re going to do, and I know what the plan is, ”he told THR.

Fogelman also said that during season three, the series was “ center stage. ”

This comes after Moore joked that her baby boy might need “ therapy ” after watching her grow older for This Is Us.

Rebecca Pearson’s portrayal of the 37-year-old actress in the NBC drama series requires her to transform into both older and younger versions of the character and she joked that she feared her facial change would have a traumatic effect on her two-month-old. son August, known as Gus.

Breaking Soon: And the site added that NBC will make the announcement as soon as Friday, when the network will discuss the fall schedule for the 2021-22 season;  Chrissy Metz seen on the right with Chris Sullivan on the left

Breaking Soon: And the site added that NBC will make the announcement as soon as Friday, when the network will discuss the fall schedule for the 2021-22 season; Chrissy Metz seen on the right with Chris Sullivan on the left

Mandy shared a video of herself in completely outdated makeup breastfeeding the toddler in April and said in the Instagram Story clip, ‘That’s a wrap for season five. Now I feed my child. I hope he doesn’t need therapy for this later. ‘

Later in the day, Mandy – who is married to Taylor Goldsmith – shared another video of herself in bed with all traces of the character removed, expressing her gratitude for the drama series’ longevity.

She said to her fans, ‘I just got home, got into bed and feel very grateful.

An exciting scene: Justin Hartley is seen having a discussion on a subway train

An exciting scene: Justin Hartley is seen having a discussion on a subway train

‘I can’t believe we made 88 TV episodes. It is beyond my wildest dreams and understanding.

And I just feel incredibly grateful to have a job that I am so happy with, and so grateful to all of you who continue to follow and support the work we all do, especially during such strange times of the past year.

So thank you for staying there with us. And more to come! ‘

New Acquisition: Moore welcomed her first child, son August Harrison Goldsmith, in February

New Acquisition: Moore welcomed her first child, son August Harrison Goldsmith, in February

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