THIS Is Us has finally revealed the fate of Randall's birth mother – leaving fans in floods of tears.

The NBC show is currently airing its fifth season, and the most recent episode saw Randall (Sterling K. Brown) discover his mother Laura hadn't died when he thought she had.

The emotional episode had Randall receive an update on his birth mother from one of her friends after he made contact when his striptease dancing video went viral.

The man revealed that Randall's mother hadn't died 40 years ago from a drug overdose like he had always believed.

It turned out Laura had died just five years ago after battling breast cancer, meaning Randall would still never get to meet her.

Randall freaked out at the news, and had to pay a visit to his therapist to process such shocking and sad information.


Viewers were equally distraught by the revelation, which proved his dad William hadn't lied to Randall about Laura after all, and took to Twitter to discuss the scenes.

One wrote: "Yet again, my heart is breaking for Randall and I’m in tears."

A second tweeted: "Just realising Randall’s never seen his mum before omg" alongside a crying emoji.

A third added: "When that one tear dropped from Randall's eye when he discovered that William had not lied to him it took me out the game.

"I didn't realize I had been holding my breath until my own tears fell. Welcome back!"

Meanwhile a fourth wrote: "The last scene had me completely in tears. I’m glad Randall found out that William wasn’t lying to him."

This Is Us continues Tuesdays on NBC in the US, while it is available on Amazon Prime in the UK.

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