This last week on "This Is Us" the viewers saw Randall's hand start shaking and it really concerned them. There was a lot of speculation about what could be wrong with him or what caused it. Now the creator of "This Is Us" is speaking out about what the shaking meant for Randall. Luckily, everyone doesn't have to wait to find out because a few spoilers are already out about Randall on "This Is Us."

Is Randall going to be okay?

Everyone saw Randall reach for a glass of water that was by his bed. This shouldn't have been a big deal, but his hand started shaking so everyone started wondering what it meant.

The creator explained that finding a father, who happens to be ill, is hard on anyone. He went on to explain that anxiety can be shown in different ways for different people. So far, it sounds like anxiety is what caused Randall's hand to shake and not something more serious. It could have been a lot worse for him.

He went on to explain that that there is some kind of breakdown that happened in Randall's past and everyone will have to wait and see what this is honestly. It sounds like they will talk about it later on this season on "This Is Us." It sounds like this is going to be a pretty interesting story line that you will not want to miss out on. Of course, they are keeping the details of what happened to him in the past a secret.

This is just something that you are going to have to wait and watch.

The fans of "This Is Us" were speculating that it was something really bad wrong with Randall such as Parkinson's Disease, but it doesn't sound like that is the way they are going to make the story play out. This will make fans happy because the loss of this character is one that nobody wants to see happen.

There is enough heartache on "This Is Us" without doing that.

Were you shocked by seeing Randall's hand shaking? Do you think it really could be something more serious? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "This Is Us" when they air on Tuesday nights on NBC.