“This Is Us” fans may be getting a present from the Pearson family.
Mandy Moore told The Post she would love to have the former cast of her beloved drama reunite for a Christmas movie.
“We should. I mean, honestly, I think we’re all on board to do any sort of reunion, whatever that looks like. Count me in,” she said.
Moore, 39, who starred as the Pearson family’s matriarch Rebecca in the NBC series that ran for six seasons, said she is still very connected to her television brood.
At the Dec. 14 premiere party for Season 2 of her true crime Peacock drama “Dr. Death,” three of her “This Is Us” castmates showed up to support her.
“Two of my children came, Hannah [Zeile] and Logan [Shroyer]… and Jon Huertas, who played Miguel,” she said.
“And the night before I was in Vegas seeing U2 with Chris Sullivan and his wife. We’re all so close still.”
They also keep up with one another through texts on their group chat.
“I wouldn’t say it’s like every day, but if something big happens in people’s lives, or like right now Justin’s [Hartley] shooting a TV show … and we’ve been going back and forth with pictures … But yeah, we will all be family for the rest of our lives.”
The mom of two said her biological family plans to uphold a Christmas Eve culinary tradition this year.
“My parents claim that their first year of being married and having the holiday together, they didn’t have any food in the house, so they had breakfast for dinner on Christmas Eve,” said Moore, who grew up in Florida and now shares sons August “Gus,” 2, and Oscar “Ozzie,” 1, with musician Taylor Goldsmith.
“So we did that throughout my childhood, which feels silly, but we loved it. Pancakes and waffles and eggs and bacon and toast and all of that, we’re gonna do.”
She hopes to introduce another tradition this year at their new Los Angeles home.
“We just moved actually, so I feel like this year is really special because we’ll be really putting down roots in our family home … We’re a pretty musical family, so I would love to have extended family over to incorporate singing Christmas music or something on Christmas Eve or Christmas night,” she said.
Her cat, Fig, short for Figaro, has a penchant for crooning alongside Moore and Goldsmith, so will most likely purr his way into the family’s Christmas caroling.
“We found this out during the pandemic, actually … that one of our cats really likes to try to harmonize with us,” she explained.
“Sometimes work obligations would come up where my husband and I would have to sing on a talk show or something … And I could lock him in a room and then you’d hear him still on camera, banging on the door to get out.”