This Is Us Season 5 Poster Teases Unalterable 'Changes' for Pearsons

That sounds ... cryptic.
NBC released the official key art for the upcoming fifth season of This Is Us on Friday (see below) and the tagline suggests seismic shifts (plural) will shake the various Pearson households.
"This season changes us forever," says the menacing message of the poster, which is positioned over pictures of the family, which for the most part look optimistic. (Our guess: future timeline Rebecca won't survive the sixth season - not with us!)
This is Us Season 5 Poster
As previously reported, the traditional summer break of the NBC drama has been extended by the entertainment industry's COVID-19 shutdown, delaying the start of season five until October 27th.
The new season will tackle life "head-on" during the global pandemic, as the series creator Dan Fogelman has promised. In addition, co-star Sterling K. Brown told TVLine in June that the upcoming episodes would include "an excavation of Randall's past linked back to family," and Chrissy Metz previewed that viewers would find out Why Kate Started Using Food As A Coping Mechanism "Because she's been through some things we don't yet know."
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