‘This Is Us’ Star Melanie Liburd: There Are ‘Fairly A Lot’ Extra Layers To Unravel With Zoe


That is only the start of Zoe’s story. HollywoodLife spoke EXCLUSIVELY with ‘This Is Us’ star Melanie Liburd about what’s forward for Zoe in addition to getting solutions about what occurred to Jack and Nicky in Vietnam.

Zoe has rapidly change into a beloved character on This Is Us. Her relationship with Kevin has grown leaps and bounds over the course of season 3. Zoe has additionally joined Kevin on his journey to discovering solutions about his father’s time in Vietnam. After they first arrived in Vietnam, Zoe opened as much as Kevin for the primary time, revealing she had been sexually abused by her father. This is only one of many layers of Zoe, in line with Melanie Liburd. “I feel she’s acquired lots [of layers]. I feel she’s acquired rather a lot,” Melanie advised HollywoodLife at an NBC press brunch.

The season Three fall finale airs Nov. 27. That is the episode the place we’ll get solutions about Jack and Nicky, however Melanie teased that we could not get all of the solutions. “I imply, some questions by no means get answered,” Melanie continued. “One thing individuals go their complete life not figuring out deep, darkish secrets and techniques, and that’s what I take pleasure in a lot concerning the present, in the best way Dan [Fogelman] and the writers write. Not every little thing has a cheerful ending. There’ll at all times solutions which can be answered, and there’ll at all times be solutions which can be by no means answered, darkish secrets and techniques, and hidden pasts, which is attention-grabbing and actual.”

These solutions could open up new questions as nicely. “I feel each time you get solutions, there are extra questions wanted to be requested, and it opens up one other journey, one other story,” Melanie added. So far as how followers will react to how Jack and Nicky’s Vietnam story fleshes, Melanie teased, “I feel they’re gonna adore it. I imply, it’s so attention-grabbing, and so, wow, so superbly, superbly written.” This Is Us season Three airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC.

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