Critic Consensus: This is Us continues to tug at heartstrings with an emotional exploration of family that ensures viewers will want to keep the tissues close -- and their loved ones closer.
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Season 2 of the drama series continues exploring the Pearsons' lives. In the past, Rebecca (Mandy Moore) and Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) deal with his drinking problem and their marital issues while trying to raise three very different children. In the present, Kate (Chrissy Metz) reboots her life and career, deepening her relationship with Toby (Chris Sullivan), Kevin (Justin Hartley) deals with his addictive personality, and Randall (Sterling K. Brown) decides to expand his family through… More
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This Is Us isn't a particularly good television show, but it's an excellent pressure release valve. And couldn't you use a pressure release valve?
When you add butter, food tastes good. This Is Us makes people cry, even me, and, as far as I'm concerned, that's serving a public purpose.
This Is Us has, in its short lifespan, morphed from a likeable, interesting drama into a treacly mess of trumped-up angst underscored by the requisite sad acoustic-guitar-strings soundtrack reserved for "heartwarming" family dramas. Enough already.
This Is Us is really about consequences, cause and effect and how one seemingly small moment can make a lifetime of an impact. The fact that it's so popular, emotional or relatable will turn some people off, but I say take the show for what it is.
This trilogy of episodes are artfully done. They overlap neatly and effectively convey the writers' overarching message that, at any given moment, each member of a family is going through his or her own mess, oblivious to the other person's mess.
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