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The Cast of This Is Us Finally Moves Forward

Jun 10, 2022 ByAndrew Parker

This Is Us is a television series that ran on NBC from September 20, 2016, until May 24, 2022. The show covers the families and lives of two parents and their three kids throughout many periods. But you won’t have to wait long to see the multi-talented cast of the Emmy-winning drama, as many of them will be returning to TV, cinemas, and concert stages in the coming years and months.

Moore, Mandy Moore is pulling away from acting after playing Pearson matriarch Rebecca and is focusing on her music career, having just released her seventh studio album, “In Real Life.” In support of the endeavor, the former teen pop phenomenon will go on a U.S. tour coming month, joined by musician husband Taylor Goldsmith and their 15-month-old son, Gus. Sterling K. Brown. The multiple Emmy winner, who plays Randall, will return to the set in the Hulu historical drama “Washington Black.” He’ll also appear in the action thriller “Shadow Force” alongside Kerry Washington and Omar Sy, portraying pioneering attorney Scipio Africanus Jones in “The Defender.”

Ventimiglia, Milo. The pleasant TV dad who played Jack Pearson plays a drastically darker character in the ABC drama pilot “The Company You Keep.” Based on a successful South Korean serial, the drama depicts a con guy (Ventimiglia) whose family business becomes complicated when he falls for an undercover CIA operative. Metz, the actress who portrayed Kate Pearson, will follow up her breakout role with other music as she works on her debut country album. In June, Metz, who dropped her debut song “Girl Go” last year, will perform at CMA Fest in Nashville.

Milo Ventimiglia, Justin Hartley, Jon Huertas, Susan Kelechi Watson, Chrissy Metz, Chris Sullivan, Mandy Moore and Sterling K. Brown attend the 39th Annual PaleyFest LA - "This Is Us" at Dolby Theatre on April 2022 in California

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Liburd Melanie, the British actress who plays Beth’s photographer cousin Zoe Baker in “Power Book II: Ghost,” participated in the first two seasons of the Starz series. She’ll appear in HBO’s highly anticipated “The Idol,” created by the same people that made “Euphoria.” Hartley, Justin The former soap actor will return as Kevin Pearson in the CBS pilot “The Never Game,” as a lone-wolf survivalist who uses his exceptional tracking talents to help solve mysteries.