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21
Sep 2018

Yahoo is giving us a rundown of everything that has been shared about the new season of This Is Us.

The Pearsons are back — well, almost.

After what feels like an intolerably long break for fans of This Is Us, Jack and Rebecca, Randall and Beth, and all the rest return to NBC on Sept. 25 at 9 p.m. Though it seems like the cast has already pulled every tear they possibly can from viewers (*raises hand*), there’s much more to come.

Although the show makers are keeping much of the upcoming season under wraps, here’s some of what we can expect.

There’s a big surprise in the first episode.
As Mandy Moore told Entertainment Weekly, there was an early moment in the season that left her reeling. “There’s something that doesn’t involve my character that’s a bit of a twist in the first episode that people are going to be like, “Whaaa…?” she said. “It’s a bad ‘Whaaa…?’ It’s not heartwarming.”

Jack and Rebecca will return to their first date.
The trailer for the new season shows that the Pearson family’s core couple, played by Milo Ventimiglia and Moore, will return to the night of their first date, part of which they spent at a carnival. Jack’s gone in the present day, sure, but his character will still loom large over the season.

An early episode focuses on Jack in Vietnam.
Creator Dan Fogelman explained the show would be “diving heavy” into Jack’s service in the Vietnam War, with the aid of an expert on the subject. “One of my writing heroes, Tim O’Brien, who wrote The Things They Carried and many other novels, I just finished actually writing an episode with him that’s an entire Vietnam Jack backstory episode, early in our season,” he told Deadline. “That’s going to be really incredibly exciting and unusual.”

The “her” future Randall spoke about to adult Tess will be revealed.
In one of the show’s signature flash-forwards, last season’s audience saw an older Randall (played by Sterling K. Brown) tell his eldest daughter, “It’s time to go see her, Tess.” Iantha Richardson, who plays the character, responds, “I’m not ready.” Brown has promised that the mysterious “her” will be “illuminated.”

William returns.
Ron Cephas Jones, who portrays Randall’s biological father, will appear in flashbacks. “Our second episode has a big William story, and we have others coming,” Fogelman told EW. “Of our first seven or eight episodes that we’ve got written right now, he’s a substantial part of three or four of them.”

Kevin’s still got a girlfriend.
Remember how Kevin (Justin Hartley) hit it off with Beth’s cousin Zoe, played by Melanie Liburd, at the end of last season? Well, Liburd has been promoted to a series regular. Good news for Kevin and Zoe, but bad news for Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson), who’s skeptical of Kevin’s intentions.

Kate and Toby will encounter obstacles to parenthood.
In an official trailer for the season, Kate (Chrissy Metz) teased that the couple’s quest to expand their family would “not be as easy as they thought.” She added more detail in an interview with EW: “Having a baby is something that is life-changing, and two people just want to hope that they can have a baby,” she said. “Whose fault is that? Maybe there’s something going on physically with Toby [played by Chris Sullivan] too? Who knows? Those things might not have been talked about or addressed because we keep our secrets and we’re ashamed of them.”

Expect more Déjà.
Actress Lyric Ross, who plays the foster child Déjà who was taken in by Randall and Beth, was announced as a series regular for next season, whereas she was a recurring guest on the show last year. As fans will recall, we last saw the character bashing in Randall’s car with a baseball bat. “Will she become a part of our family? Will she not become a part of our family?” Brown muses in the trailer.

Randall is back with his dad jokes.
In the first photo of the season, Fogelman showed Brown’s Randall just as excited as fans are to start the new batch of episodes. Can’t you feel his daughters rolling their eyes?

Gotta love Randall.


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21
Sep 2018

The Hollywood Reporter released their Most Powerful People List. Ryan Reynolds made the list and when asked who the nicest person in Hollywood is he replied ….

THE NICEST PERSON IN HOLLYWOOD IS … “Sterling K. Brown is so nice he makes Hugh Jackman look like a dog catcher.”

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Sep 2018

Here is the video clip of Sterling & Ron presenting the Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special to Glenn Weiss. This awarded ended in a surprise proposal! I love Sterling’s facial expressions through out the proposal!


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Sep 2018

Unfortunately Sterling did not win an Emmy this year but he participated in the opening number and presented one of the most talked about awards of the night! See images from his fun night in our gallery.

A giant thank you to Claudia, Mary, and Maria for sharing some of the pictures!



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Sep 2018

We Solved It! Sterling, Kate McKinnon, Kenan Thompson, Kristen Bell, Titus Burgess, and RuPaul participated in the Emmy’s opening number.


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18
Sep 2018

People shared the fun story about Sterling fanboying over actress Rachel Brosnahan from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel!

Sterling K. Brown thinks The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s Rachel Brosnahan is, well, marvelous!

While making the press rounds on the 2018 Emmy Awards red carpet in Los Angeles Monday night, the This Is Us star, 42, revealed one of his favorite things about TV biggest’s night.

“I get a chance to fan out on people I’ve been watching all year long!” he told NBC’s Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb.

He added that he had his biggest fanboy moment when he ran into Brosnahan at a party on Sunday night.

“I went up to her and said, ‘I have to hug you,’ and she said, ‘I have to hug you,‘ ” he recalled.

Revealing that he and Brosnahan “had a moment,” Brown joked, “My wife was cool with it.”

Brown’s wife, Ryan Michelle Bathe, who was by his side on the red carpet, added, “They had a very long moment, where they were sharing all kinds of acting juju.”

Brown is nominated for two Emmys this year, one for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for his role as Randall Pearson on This Is Us, and another for outstanding guest actor in a comedy series for his performance on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Brosnahan, meanwhile, is up for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series for her titular role in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Michael Che and Colin Jost, are airing live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on NBC.


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Sep 2018

Sterling shares his support of co-star Milo Ventimiglia with Entertainment Tonight.

Sterling K. Brown is sweating being in competition with his TV dad, Milo Ventimiglia.

The 42-year-old actor is up against his This Is Us co-star for the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Emmy for the second year in a row, and Brown shared that there’s no competitive blood between him and Ventimiglia.

“Not in the least bit,” Brown told ET’s Lauren Zima on the Emmys red carpet on Monday of vying for the same prize as his onscreen pops. “I always say to myself, whoever wins, be prepared to celebrate their success. And if Milo Ventimiglia gets to walk up on that stage, I will celebrate until the cows come home. Whomever it is.”

“If you want people to authentically celebrate your success, you got to do the same thing. That’s my motto,” the two-time Emmy winner shared. Aww, so sweet!

Brown, who walked the carpet with wife Ryan Michelle Bathe, admitted that he would get extremely emotional if the show won the Outstanding Drama Series Emmy.

“I would go absolutely insane,” he predicted, prompting his wife to quip, “I hope he doesn’t ruin another tuxedo!,” referencing the cast’s SAG Awards win earlier this year during which Brown ripped his designer jacket. “It was like The Hulk!” Bathe recalled.

The cute couple couldn’t help but lovingly marvel over each other on their date night out, with Brown adorably saying he’s always in “complete and total” awe over his better half “every day.” “But even more so today,” he gushed. “Stunning. It’s ridiculous.”

With just one week left to go before the return of This Is Us, Brown called the upcoming third season “exceptional.”

“I think we do a good job of trying to give you the ups and downs of life, and life is never all of one thing. Like Life Itself, go see it! Which is brilliant,” Brown said, not-so-subtly plugging This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman’s new film. “There will be some sadness but there is always something that will give you hope at the end of the day.”

It’ll be a busy time for the Brown household in the coming months, as Bathe will be leaving for the Big Apple to film Paramount Network’s First Wives Club TV series. Asked if Brown could be making an appearance on the series, he didn’t rule it out completely.

“This is the deal. I don’t think so, because I’m on daddy duty,” he explained. “My wife gets to spread her wings and handle her business in New York City. I’m going to try and keep my children alive. I’m going to feed them and water them and make sure they get plenty of sleep and sunshine and, hopefully, they’ll exist by the time she comes back in two months.”

The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Saturday Night Live’s Colin Jost and Michael Che, airs live coast-to-coast Monday, Sept. 17 at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on NBC.


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