Raise your hand if your roommate has found you curled up on the couch with a box of tissues and a pint of ice cream every Tuesday night at 9 for the past few months.

Even though "This Is Us" makes us bawl at every episode, we'll seriously miss the Big Three, Jack and Rebecca until the second season premieres.

Below, a few other Dan Fogelman-created and family-focused shows that will tug on your heartstrings and help fill that Pearson-sized void in your life until the next season premieres.

'Parenthood'

"Parenthood" should be your one-stop-shop after "This Is Us." The series, which lasted six seasons on NBC, is all about that mushy family dynamic you love so much. (Credit: NBC)

‘Pitch'

Kylie Bunbury plays athlete Ginny Baker, who becomes
Kylie Bunbury plays athlete Ginny Baker, who becomes the first woman to make it onto a Major League Baseball team. "Pitch" premiered last fall on Fox and was created by Fogelman. (Credit: Fox / Ray Mickshaw)

'Transparent'

This Amazon series follows three siblings as they
This Amazon series follows three siblings as they learn that their father Mort, played by Jeffrey Tambor, is transgender. Tambor won an Emmy for his role in "Transparent" in 2015 and 2016. You can binge all three seasons on Prime now, before the fourth season is released. (Credit: Amazon Studios / Beth Dubber)

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'Gilmore Girls'

If you didn't fall in love with the
If you didn't fall in love with the Gilmores before the Pearsons, it's time for you to finally take the virtual trip to Stars Hollow. When you're done, turn on the Netflix revival for even more "Gilmore Girls." Bonus: The show stars a young Milo Ventimiglia as the brooding bad boy. (Credit: TLP)

'Everwood'

"Everwood" has all of that family drama and romance you're craving, plus a small-town twist. The show, which aired on The WB until 2006, lasted four seasons. (Credit: The WB)

'Galavant'

Another Fogelman creation,
Another Fogelman creation, "Galavant" is set in knight-time and will probably make you laugh more that cry. The ABC series lasted two seasons. (Credit: ABC / Nick Ray)