"This Is Us" Final Season Purple Carpet: Mandy, Chrissy & Extra!

The forged of This Is Us is getting ready for a bittersweet goodbye. 

They stated as a lot on the premiere of the NBC present's sixth and final season on Tuesday, Dec. 14, with Mandy Moore—who's performed both young and old versions of the Pearson family matriarch for the previous 5 years—telling E! Information correspondent Francesca Amiker that she's nonetheless struggling to simply accept that that is the start of the tip.

"I am savoring each second as I form of have from the start," Moore stated in the course of the unique dialog, which aired on E! Information Daily Pop at the moment. "I believe all of us have. It is simply been so particular. I am positively grieving."

Chrissy Metz and Sterling K. Brown agreed, with the latter describing This Is Us as "top-of-the-line jobs" he is ever had. 

"It is joyful," Metz added of the ultimate season, "But it surely's very bittersweet." 

The Pearson siblings' father performed by Milo Ventimiglia was a bit extra forthcoming about what season six holds.

"Issues change," Ventimiglia informed E! Information. "[But] in true Pearson style, you are gonna be taught extra, uncover extra, have our hearts damaged a little bit bit, have them mended again collectively."

Justin Hartley additionally teased what's to return. 

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"We're gonna have lots of people laughing, we're gonna have lots of people crying," Hartley stated. "Hopefully we get an ending—and I believe we'll—hopefully we get an ending that everybody's pleased with."

Does that imply followers can be getting the closure they "deserve," as E! Information' Amiker put it? 

"Properly, outline deserve!" Chris Sullivan joked. "You are gonna get the closure you are gonna get. You are gonna get closure which is greater than we get a variety of occasions in life, proper?"

Hear extra from the forged of This Is Us—together with their holiday plans—within the above Every day Pop interview.

The sixth and closing season of This Is Us premieres Tuesday, Jan. four at 9 p.m. on NBC.

(E! and NBC are each a part of the NBCUniversal household.)

Watch Daily Pop weekdays at 11 a.m., only on E!.

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