‘This Is Us’ Star Sterling K. Brown Reflects on the Past in a Final Set Video: ‘It’s Winding Down, an Amazing Six Years’
With only one week left of filming on the set of NBC’s This Is Us, series star Sterling K. Brown reflected on the past during one of his final videos from the set. He posted the clip to Twitter, where he said that filming was “winding down,“ and it has been “an amazing six years” as This Is Us creates its final episode. Brown teased what’s to come in the clip, where other This Is Us stars made surprise cameos and featured the friendship fans didn’t know they needed.
‘This Is Us’ has only four episodes left before the series ends
There are only four episodes left before This Is Us officially ends its run on the Peacock network.
Their titles are as follows.
Episode 15 is called “Miguel” and airs on May 3.
Installment 16 is “Family Meeting.” That drops on May 10.
Number 17 is “The Train,” which will air on May 17.
The final episode of This Is Us, called “Us,” debuts on May 24.
Sterling K. Brown said work on the NBC drama was ‘winding down’
In a video posted to Twitter, Brown relayed information from the This Is Us set.
“Ladies and gentlemen. We are one week away from finishing shooting on This Is Us,” the actor said.
“These are all the people sitting around, waiting to go in, and do our final little scene,” Brown continued.
“It’s winding down. It’s been an amazing six years. Sets are being torn down. But the memories will last forever,” the actor mused.
“KaToby will last forever,” Brown added.
In response, Chris Sullivan, who plays Toby, said off-camera, “that’s right. You can’t get rid of me,” as Brown zoomed in on the actor seated on a chair. “I’m gonna haunt this place.”
Interrupting the fun was Chris Geere, who plays Kate’s current husband, Phillip.
“I’ve got something to say about that,” Geere deadpanned.
“They get along well,” laughed Brown of the men, who ran up to the camera with their arms around one another to display the friendship This Is Us fans didn’t know they needed.
“You look like the two old guys from The Muppets,” joked Brown.
“Anyway, thanks for going on this journey with us,” the actor concluded. “Take care, and you can always see us on repeat.”
This info matches with Chris Gere’s comments that ‘everyone’ is on set for the final ‘This Is Us’ episode
In an interview for NBC Insider, Geere leaked a critical detail about the last episode of the series aptly titled “Us.”
“We just got our schedule for the end, and the last day will be everyone in the last scene,” the actor revealed.
“So, I think that will be quite an emotional day. I’ve taken on looking after Chrissy, as Phillip looks after Kate. I can see that emotion is very present in all of them.”
This Is Us airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on NBC.