Don’t put the tissues away yet. Chrissy Metz warned We Weekly that Kate and Toby still have heartbreaking times ahead It’s us season 6.
Metz, 41, spoke exclusively to We at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party about the couple’s inevitable separation. Although the March 22 episode of It’s us shown Kate (Metz) and Toby (Chris Sullivan) recognizing that their marriage isn’t working, they’re not yet ready to sign the divorce papers.
“I think they’re going to keep trying…but obviously we know they don’t end up together because she remarried,” Metz said. We on Sunday March 27, during the star-studded fundraiser, co-organized by Lady Gaga, Billy Porter, Eric McCormack and David Furnish.
The turning point for the fan favorite It’s us The couple came out when Kate visited Toby in San Francisco and one of her colleagues mentioned that the company was happy to have turned down a job offer in Los Angeles. Kate was furious that her husband hadn’t even mentioned the opportunity to her, and he claimed the salary was too low to seriously consider. However, he refused to tell Kate exactly how much money was being offered.
While Toby insisted he needed to earn a huge income to support their son, Jack, and the expenses necessary to give a blind child every opportunity available, he also accused Kate of taking advantage. of her life as a single mother. Rather than getting excited about moving into a house and reuniting her family, she resisted giving up her independence and her new job as a music teacher.
“I think it’s just a very real portrayal of a relationship, people breaking up instead of coming together, but it’s going to get better. It’s going to heat up,” Metz added.
Although Kate is going through the wringer right now, Metz is walking on the sun as she wraps up a successful six-season run on the NBC series, which will come to an end in May. “It’s amazing,” she said We Sunday while reflecting on his rise to fame after booking the series with just 81 cents in his bank account. “You live in a lot of gratitude, and I think the more grateful you are, the more you receive. So it’s like you just have to stay grateful.
She is also grateful for her close ties with her partners, including mandy moore and Susan Kelechi Watson. Metz added that she expects to stay in touch with the cast after the finale airs in May. “I think real friendships last,” she said.
Earlier this month, the Florida native said We exclusively what he will miss the most in the role of the beloved character.
“What I will miss most about Kate is that I think so many people, not just women, relate to her and her flawed walk through her trials and tribulations and all the shame and guilt that she’s been carrying for so long,” she revealed to the Times. “It’s really kind of like a torch that she’s carrying, and I think it’s really special to meet people that I’ve never met before and to be able to cry in the toilet with them about what’s going on. ‘They cross.”
It’s us Season 6 airs on NBC Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET.
Reporting by Hannah Kahn