It is the art of life. Fans of This will be in a position to look at the characters of this fictitious world and the real world in a pandemic that we all still have to deal with in season 5!
The popular show’s creator Dan Fogelman, has responded to a curious fan wondering if the upcoming new season of the real world, a health crisis, ” and so on.
Fogelman was quick to tweet: “Well, at Covid. We have decided to attack things head on. Proud of @ThisIsUsWriters.’
If you think that’s a good thing or not, that is, they have decided to be able to reflect and pose the biggest threat to the planet at this time to deal with it, it’s safe to say that it will, it will make for an interesting plot for season 5.
As you may already know, there are only a few of the other popular programs have chosen to use the crisis in their narratives, including Grey’s Anatomy, but the fans were still not sure whether or not This were to choose to do the same thing.
But for now, they have to be sure of the answer.
In view of the fact that the show is telling a very complicated story that quite often it jumps between the decades, it will definitely be interesting to see how the show deals with COVID-19 in our present day.
For the time being, however, the author acknowledged that there is still no clear date as to when they will be able to start production on season 5.
Some of the dim #ThisIsUs the answers (I’m sorry)
– Not sure yet on the production start.
Not sure when the new eps will be in the air.
Yes, in Covid. We have decided to attack things head on. Very, very proud of it @ThisIsUsWriters
The same is scheduled to end. Use the same route to get there.
Hope that it will be a little bit useful? https://t.co/gx0YJQxq5f
— Dan Fogelman (@Dan_Fogelman) August 17, 2020
He also confirmed that the pandemic narrative, it will have no impact on the original planned ending for the show.
Earlier in the summer, and Justin Hartley are shared by the ET that the show, at our best, when we’re talking about real-life things that real life people have to go through that hard and they are not going to go away any time soon: mental health, sexuality, alcohol, drugs, addiction, marriage, and death. As long as we continue to tackle those topics that are true, honest, and relevant, and that is when we are at our best. And from what I’m gathering, it’s going to be one hell of a season.’