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Mandy Moore Has a Message for Fans After 'This Is Us' Season Finale

The adventures of the Pearson clan will continue for at least two more seasons

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    (Published Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017)

    If you're reading this through bleary eyes, then chances are you watched the "This Is Us" season one finale. It'll be OK. You survived "Moonshadow" and Mandy Moore has a message for you. 

    "I hope everybody enjoyed the finale, it was a bit of a doozy," Moore told E! News while promoting "Tangled: The Series" with costar Zachary Levi by her side.

    Moore later took to social media after some grumbling from fans that the episode didn't reveal how Jack Pearson died.

    The adventures of the Pearson clan will continue for at least two more seasons; NBC has ordered 18 episodes for each season.

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    "I'm just as curious as all of you are to see where we pick up in the beginning of season two," Moore said.

    Expect more time jumps. Creator Dan Fogelman posted the text exchange he had with Milo Ventimiglia after the actor read the episode. And yes, "This Is Us" didn't reveal how Jack died.

    "The one thing you do know is Jack is dead and everybody's fascinated with knowing how, when and why," Ventimiglia said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." "The thing that I keep...talking about to people is, worry about how he's living. Why he's living. Those are the moments. Don't focus on death, you want to focus on his life."

    "This Is Us" airs on NBC.