Still, the biggest question since "This Is Us" premiered on NBC is how Milo Ventimiglia's Jack Pearson dies. Because of the alternate timelines in the story, not all puzzle pieces have fallen into place just yet. There's a couple of timelines which stories are being told simultaneously in the NBC drama that fans are left to wonder how to fill in the gaps. Thankfully, "This is Us" Season 2 begins this fall, hopefully bringing more answers than questions. But given that this is a series that has been renewed for not one but two seasons, it will most likely pose even more questions in its sophomore season.

Jack's death to be 'very moving and very powerful'

Before "This is Us" season 2 premieres on NBC, executive producer Ken Olin spoke to TV Guide to shed a little more light on the death of Jack Pearson. He said that while the event is going to be "very moving and very powerful," it won't "define the experience of that character." He also explained that as the show progresses and as viewers get to know the answers to the questions posed in the previous season, "there are other questions that are raised." It only makes sense that every episode seems to answer a question and then lead to more questions, especially now that the death of Jack has been confirmed. What fans want to know now, apart from how he died, is how Rebecca eventually married Jack's best friend Miguel, who people are still on the fence about.

NBC releases more promotional photos of season 2

As the premiere date of "This is Us" season 2 draws nearer, NBC has just released some promotional photos to go with the upcoming season. These give a glimpse of what's to come and hints at Jack and Rebecca's separation. In it, viewers can see photos of Rebecca without Jack and spending time with her teenage children.

Variety reported that additional photos see the grown Pearson children in their own story lines as well. But most noticeable is Jack on his own, looking contemplative and forlorn following the separation.

Drama series nominated for 10 Emmy Awards

Ahead of "This is Us" season 2, the breakout drama series has been nominated for Emmy Awards in 10 categories, including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series (Milo Ventimiglia and Sterling K.

Brown go up against each other in this one), Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series (for Chrissy Metz), Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series (for Ron Cephas Jones), Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series (for Denis O’Hare, Brian Tyree Henry, and Gerald McRaney), among others. "This is Us" season 2 premieres on September 26 at 9 p.m. on NBC.