The creator of “This is Us,” has redefined the concept of safe sex.
The post features a photo of Mandy Moore (Rebecca) and Milo Ventimiglia (Jack) on the show’s Paramount Studios lot.
“A 2020 television sex scene,” Fogelman joked before confirming, “We’re back.”
Fans were delighted by the news — while others poked a few jokes.
YAY!!! My fave show is back!!!!! Love you guys all so much!!! Be safe and I can’t wait to see what beautiful art y’all create!!!!!— VentiMilito️:\🤨 (@VentiMilito) September 24, 2020
Well, it was productive by the looks of it.— It don’t MATTER what my name is! (@lbrass3) September 24, 2020
And in the street no less. Disgusting. #VoteBlueToEndThisNightmare— Drew Vaupen (@Drewby1028) September 24, 2020
Fogelman’s post came shortly after NBC announced during an “America’s Got Talent” commercial break Wednesday that the network was bumping up the two-hour premiere of “This is Up” from Nov. 10 to Oc. 27, per TV Line.
The new season of the ensemble drama will tackle pandemic life “head on,” according to Fogelman.
Some vague #ThisIsUs answers (sorry)— Dan Fogelman (@Dan_Fogelman) August 17, 2020
- Not sure yet on production start.
- Not sure when new eps will air.
- Yes on Covid. We've decided to attack things head on. Very proud of @ThisIsUsWriters
- Same planned ending. Same route to get there.
Hope that's (somewhat) useful? https://t.co/gx0YJQxq5f
It will also delve deeper into the pasts of Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Kate (Chrissy Metz), TV Line reports.