This is US - filming locations

The actual locations where TV's "This is Us" was shot.

The Fatal House Fire

In Episode 14 of Season 2, we are finally shown how the father, Jack, died, as the result of a raging fire that burned down the Pearson family home.

Jack managed to get everyone safely out of the burning house, then went back into the inferno to save the family dog and a few irreplaceable keepsakes.  He survived that trip back into the fire, and seemed on the road to certain recovery, when he suddenly suffered a catastrophic heart attack (as a result of the smoke & stress) and died in the hospital.

Below, you can see a screencap (from Episode 5) of what the house looked like on the show before the fire.

But the producers cheated when they put the street number "1920" on the red mailbox out front.
You'll find this Craftsman house at 5223 Shearin Avenue,
in the
Eagle Rock neighborhood of Los Angeles

Here is a Google StreetView of the house:

[ Warning: this is a private home. Do not trespass on their property,
knock on their door, or do anything else to disturb the residents.

Eagle Rock is between Pasadena and Glendale, about seven miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. The blue house, built in 1910, is on the
west side of the street, midway between Las Flores Drive and Hill Drive.

( A bit of trivia: The home earlier played a role in the original 1985 "Teen Wolf" movie, starring Michael J Fox as a basketball-playing werewolf.)

( Photo courtesy of Chas Demster. You can read about that movie's
other locations on his website  at

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    The actual locations where TV's "This is Us" was shot.

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