"This Is Us" Season 1's finale, which is supposedly happening on March 7, was moved to March 14. Although it will take a few more days before the season to end, actor Milo Ventimiglia gives chance for fans to prepare for its highly emotional ending. In an interview, the 39-year-old actor who plays Jack Pearson said that the final two first season episodes of the hit NBC drama series might require severe snuggle therapy after viewing.
"Maybe get a puppy?" Milo Ventimiglia of "This Is Us" suggests. "A 'support animal' I think they call them nowadays. But it's just an idea that, find a loved one - someone you care about - and hold them tight because the end of the season may hurt a little bit." He also has another advice for the avid fans about the much-awaited finale: "Don't watch it alone!"
According to Inquisitr, the forthcoming "This Is Us" episode, entitled "What Next?," will focus on Jack Pearson's family who is celebrating the life of William (Ron Cephas Jones), one of the show's recently deceased character. This is prior to the ending of an episode entitled "Moonshadow."
Although Milo Ventimiglia's character is already dead in the "This Is Us." he still offered sincere sentiments for Jones' role, who has died at the finale of the last week's episode, entitled "Memphis."
He told to PEOPLE that a favorable character such as William deserves a celebration of his life since he has become nothing but an inspiration. He believes that his character has captivated life really good and that the people who love him will celebrate his life in an unexpected way.
Meanwhile, he also believes that the last two episode of "This Is Us" will be too much for fans. Aside from the death of William in episode 16, Milo shared on ET about the two more events that will stress the fans out. Whatever it is, he suggests fans invest on tissues, warm blanket or wine subscriptions.