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NBC Sets Premiere Date for ‘This Is Us’

Rodolfo Vieira
Jun 18, 2019
02:12 P.M.
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"This Is Us" ended season three with a bang, and now NBC is ready to bring the show back with everyone's favorite characters and brand new surprises.

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The network has already revealed that the Season four premiere is scheduled to take place on September 24, 2019, at 9 p.m. ET., the same time slot as before.

According to Dan Fogelman, creator of the successful television show, the first episode of Season four will be one that fans won't want to wait to watch.

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VIEWERS ARE IN FOR A WILD RIDE

Fogelman teased "This Is Us" fans by saying that the episode is so good, different and unusual that people will certainly be talking about it after watching it.

The director described the new season as "ambitious," and that the whole team is excited for what is coming. Now that the writers' room has some activity again, the next episodes are already being planned out.

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THE NEW SEASON IS OFFICIALLY UNDERWAY

During an Emmy event panel earlier this month, Fogelman said:

"It's been our first couple weeks back in the writer's room and I've already written the first episode of the season over break, and Isaac [Aptaker] and Elizabeth [Berger] are writing the second one right now."

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FANS CAN'T WAIT FOR SEPTEMBER TO ARRIVE

After NBC announced the premiere date for Season four, fans couldn't help but take to social media to express how anxious they were to see the show come back to television.

Fans will have plenty to look forward to considering that the show has been renewed for three more seasons back in May, a move that is rarely seen in the entertainment business and that shows how much NBC believes in it.

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The episode is so good, different and unusual that people will certainly be talking about it after watching it

According to Fogelman, the characters' journeys are only half-way through and there is still a lot to be shown, especially because there is a whole plan for six seasons of the show.

To be able to continue telling those stories, the producers only want the fans to keep supporting the series, just like they have been doing from day one.

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