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Ok, you guys, we get it, you want to know how Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) died on This Is Us. We really do. And answers are coming, as Sterling K. Brown told us, but guess what? Other things are going to happen! And when E! News caught up with the cast of NBC's breakout hit at an Fyc event in Hollywood on Wednesday night, they were more than happy to reveal the questions they're hoping are answered in season two, other than how the beloved Pearson family patriarch died. "I want to know how Beth and Randall met," Mandy Moore told Kristin Dos Santos of Sterling K. Brown and Susan Kelechi Watson's characters. "I'm assuming college or something, that's sort of what I've conjured »
Mandy Moore celebrated her engagement to Taylor Goldsmith in the best way! The This Is Us actress was showered with love during an engagement party put on by her besties, including: Minka Kelly, business mogul Raina Penchansky, Olive & June founder Sarah Gibson Tuttle, hairstylist Ashley Streicher, and Moore's This Is Us co-star, Susan Kelechi Watson. The group celebrated over a late lunch, which came complete with fruit and veggie bowls, mini sandwiches, tea and of course lots of fun decorations and accessories like a "Mandy and Taylor" sign as well as crowns for all the guests and a colorful light-up crown for the bride-to-be. The group also enjoyed lots of »
Mandy Moore is celebrating her engagement!
The 33-year-old actress took to Instagram Stories on Saturday to document the sweet engagement party her friend, Raina Penchansky, threw for her.
"rp1313 is the bestest friend ever," Moore captioned a video showing off her bridal emoji pictionary, before sharing more of the event attended by Penchansky, Sarah Gibson Tuttle, Ashley Streicher, Minka Kelly and her This Is Us co-star, Susan Kelechi Watson.
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Though the event also celebrated Moore's fiance, Taylor Goldsmith, the afternoon was clearly all about her.
"Celebrating our boo @mandymooremm," Gibson Tuttle wrote alongside a snap of a crown.
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Et spoke with Moore at the Emmys on Sunday, where she admitted »
This Is Us is full of emotional moments, but the love stories are what really make us swoon. While Rebecca (Mandy Moore) and Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) are the heart of the series (they're the head of the Pearson family, after all), it's Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Beth's (Susan Kelechi Watson) marriage that stands out as our favorite. Not only are they picture-perfect in every way, but their honest and open relationship is something we all aspire toward. Yep, there's no denying that Beth and Randall are definitely the best couple on the show. Related14 Times Sterling K. Brown Is the Best Damn Thing About This Is Us »
- Kelsie Gibson
Sterling K. Brown can’t stop smiling.
It’s the morning after his momentous win at the Emmy Awards, and Brown is still grinning from ear to ear. Even on just a few hours sleep, it would be hard to extinguish that famous blinding white beam, what with back-to-back trophies to his name. After winning last year for his work as Christopher Darden in “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” on Sunday night he took home the prize for best actor in a drama for “This Is Us,” as the anxiety-ridden but oh-so-lovable Randall Pearson on the NBC-20th Century Fox production.
It’s been nearly two decades since a black actor claimed the prize — a profound fact that was not lost on Brown. Andre Braugher, who starred in NBC’s “Homicide,” was one of the first people he thanked in his acceptance speech. “It is my supreme honor to follow in your footsteps,” he »
- Debra Birnbaum
Sterling K. Brown got played off the stage while accepting the Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a drama series.
The “This Is Us” star made history with his victory, becoming the first black actor in 19 years to win in that category, following Andre Braugher for “Homicide: Life on the Streets” in 1998, James Earl Jones for “Gabriel’s Fire” in 1991, and Bill Cosby for “I Spy” between 1966 and 1968. Brown also won an Emmy last year for outstanding supporting actor in a limited series or movie for his role as prosecutor Christopher Darden in FX’s “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.”
Brown said he is a fan of his fellow nominees Anthony Hopkins, Bob Odenkirk, Matthew Rhys, Liev Schreiber, Kevin Spacey, and co-star Milo Ventimiglia (“first, last, and always a fan” ), and thanked his castmates.
“Milo, Mandy, Justin, Chrissy, you are the best white TV family that a brother has ever had — better than »
- Cynthia Littleton and Maane Khatchatourian
Stars of the small screen kicked off television’s biggest night with bold fashion statements on the Emmys red carpet.
White seemed to be the standout shade on the red carpet, with “Stranger Things” breakout Millie Bobby Brown, who is nominated for supporting actress in a drama, stunning in a belted gown. “SNL” nominee Kate McKinnon also turned out in a pearly dress, as did chef Sandra Lee and “Man Men” alum and “Feud” actress Kiernan Shipka. Per usual, Sofia Vergara turned heads in a white strapless number.
Red gowns were just as prominent, with “Big Little Lies” nominee Nicole Kidman and Yvonne Strahovski of “Handmaid’s Tale” dazzling in the signature color. Also donning red were Issa Rae, Gina Rodriguez, Edie Falco, and Sonequa Martin.
- Rebecca Rubin
Hartley and his onscreen mom – Mandy Moore – and sister-in-law – Susan Kelechi Watson – cozied up on the Emmy’s red carpet, with the actor gushing to People TV, “These are like some of my best friends.”
Adds Moore, “True story, yes, we all really love each other.”
Of adjusting to This Is Us‘ catapulting fame after premiering last fall, Watson says that the cast is “kind of like, so low-key.”
“We are so grateful that people have come along for the ride with us »
- Lindsay Kimble
Though her beautiful bling, which made its red carpet debut at a pre-Emmys event, was getting tons of attention, the rest of her look was pretty showstopping as well. When This Is Us costar Susan Kelechi Watson complimented Moore on her gown, »
- Natalie Stone
Sterling K. Brown and his wife Ryan Michelle Bathe hit the red carpet at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday. And though the couple have been married for 10 years, there’s one thing they don’t do together: rehearse.
“We don’t rehearse together,” Brown told E! News on the red carpet at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, joking with Bathe how they’ve learned over the years what works and what doesn’t work for their relationship.
- Dave Quinn
The Emmy weekend Grand Prix got off to a busy start on Friday as industryites raced around the Westside to eat, drink, schmooze and be merry in advance of Sunday’s big show.
The weather cooperated with balmy temperatures just right for outdoor gatherings, and for the most part, so did the traffic and the valet lines. However, a regular sight outside of every event was a partygoer or two struggling to communicate with Uber and Lyft drivers.
The annual gathering at the Brentwood home of Jay Sures was the first stop of the night for many. By 7:45 p.m., Sures’ spacious backyard was packed with executives including ABC’s Ben Sherwood, Channing Dungey and Patrick Moran, NBC’s Bob Greenblatt, Jennifer Salke and Bruce Evans, AMC’s Josh Sapan and Charlie Collier, FX’s Nick Grad, Paramount’s Brian Robbins, Amazon’s Roy Price, Netflix’s Bela Bajaria, Discovery »
- Cynthia Littleton and Alex Stedman
The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony isn’t until Sunday, but the celebration has already begun. The weekend kicked off in style Friday night at Variety and Women in Film’s annual nominee party, presented by Halo Top Creamery.
Emmy nominees including Viola Davis, Samira Wiley, Claire Foy, Alexander Skarsgard and Cicely Tyson walked the gray carpet before entering the party held again at Gracias Madre in West Hollywood. Many attendees also stopped to pose with, or simply marvel at, the Mercedes Benz on display before moving on to enjoy mini bean burgers, fig appetizers and the Halo Top Creamery ice cream bar that awaited them inside. (Mercedes was one of the sponsors of the night’s event.)
- Danielle Turchiano
After what feels like the longest hiatus ever, we're finally less than two weeks away from the return of This Is Us! To celebrate, E! News is here to debut this exclusive featurette and first look at season two, which picks up "the very next morning" after Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca's (Mandy Moore) big fight, according to Moore. In the present day storylines, Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) and Randall (Sterling K. Brown) are contemplating adoption, Kate and Toby (Chris Sullivan) have moved in together, and Kevin (Justin Hartley) is at a crossroads between his movie and his reignited relationship with Sophie (Alexandra Breckenridge). "There's change afoot," »
Image Source: Getty / Dan MacMedan Sterling K. Brown is hands-down one of the best things about watching This Is Us. Onscreen, the relationship between his character, Randall Pearson, and his adoring wife Beth (played by Susan Kelechi Watson) is genuine and honest, but Sterling and his real-life love, Ryan Michelle Bathé, have an even cuter connection. The couple even mixed work and play during the show's first season, as Ryan had a recurring role. RelatedThe Love in Sterling K. Brown's Family Photos Will Wrap Around You Like a Warm Blanket Ryan can be seen in throwback scenes of the Pearson family, first appearing in the episode "The Pool." She plays Yvette, the mother of young Randall's neighborhood playmate who strikes up a friendship with Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore). Ryan also pops up in the episodes "Career Days" and "The Trip." While she and Sterling didn't exactly star together in any scenes, »
- Brittney Stephens
NBC continues to tease the highly anticipated sophomore season of “This Is Us,” by releasing first-look photos from the premiere episode.
As Variety previously reported, the second season of the Peacock’s dramatic hit will pick up in the present day a few months after the events of the season finale, during the Big Three’s (Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Sterling K. Brown) 37th birthday. The photos released from that storyline in the episode thus far seem less-than-fully celebratory, though, as the siblings are not even all together for the occasion.
Three key photos focus on flashbacks, featuring a solitary Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) in two and the teenage versions of The Big Three (Hannah Zeile, Logan Shroyer, Niles Fitch) with their mother (Mandy Moore) at the movies in one.
Jack is notoriously absent from that family outing, a theme that the show has already explored in the first season when revealing just how hard his death hit »
- Rebecca Rubin
Brenton Thwaites has been cast in the lead role of Nightwing on Warner Bros. Television and DC‘s upcoming series “Titans.” Thwaites has previously appeared in “The Giver,” “Maleficent,” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” Nightwing is the adult alter ego of Richard “Dick” Grayson, the original character to become Batman’s sidekick Robin. “Titans” will be a live-action dramatic take on the superhero team known as the Teen Titans. The series will air in 2018 and will be available exclusively through the upcoming DC-branded direct-to-consumer digital service operated by Warner Bros. Digital Networks Group. The executive producers for “Titans” are Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter.
- Matt Fernandez
Last fall, audiences fell in love with the NBC drama’s fictional Pearson family. In the pilot season, viewers saw Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca Pearson (Mandy Moore) adopt Randall (Brown), who was born on the same day that the pair welcomed their triplets, one of which passed away during birth.
Throughout season 1, fans watched as the couple navigated parenting Randall, who is a different »
- Jess Cagle
"That child became my life." NBC has released a first look at season two of This Is Us.According to series creator Dan Fogelman, the new season will reveal more about Jack's (Milo Ventimiglia) death. The returning cast includes Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Susan Kelechi Watson, and Chris Sullivan.Read More… »
“This Is Us” fans are getting their first look at Season 2, which promises to involve some tense adoption drama. The hit NBC series released a scene on Wednesday from the upcoming Sept. 26 premiere, and the footage shows Randall (Sterling K. Brown) telling mother Rebecca (Mandy Moore) that his wife, Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson), is having trouble getting on board with their plans to adopt a child. Rebecca claims to Randall that she and late husband Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) knew instantly that they wanted to adopt Randall, but he can tell that his mom isn’t exactly being forthright. Also Read: 'This. »
- Ryan Gajewski
Get ready to cry again. This Is Us returns for its highly anticipated second season on Sept. 26, and get ready to shed all of those tears you've been holding in, because NBC just released a scene from the premiere that is sure to make your eyes rain. In the sneak peek, Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) have an honest conversation about his adoption, and how she was hesitant about it before Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) convinced her he was meant to be their son. (And thank god, he did!) "It's complicated," Rebecca tells Randall at first when he asks about his adoption and whether or not they argued over the decision, as he and his wife Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) are »
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