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THIS IS US Wins Outstanding Ensemble In A Drama Series At 25th Annual SAG Awards

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The Big Three and everyone else n the cast involved in NBC’s hit drama, This Is Us took to the podium at tonight’s 25th Annual SAG Awards when the series and its actors were named Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

This is the second consecutive year, This Is Us had taken home the trophy in this category.

Speaking on behalf of the cast were Mandy Moore and Justin Hartley (Ex-Adam, Y&R) after the show bested the other nominees in the category which included: The AmericansBetter Call Saul, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Ozark.

When Hartley spoke at the podium he said of the win: “Thank you so much for embracing a show that is about life and it’s unpredictable loss and its sweet, sweet victories and inclusivity, all of that amazing stuff.” He then added, “Thank you to all of our parents up here for feeling randy because otherwise we wouldn’t be here!”

When Mandy Moore spoke she started off by stating: “It’s going to be a minute, there’s quite a few of us!”  On-stage with her were cast members: Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz, Niles Fitch, Mackenzie Hancsicsak, Faithe Herman, Jon Huertas, Melanie Liburd, Lyric Moss, Chris Sullivan, Susan Kelechi Watson and Hannah Zeile.

Earlier in the night, Sterling K. Brown lost his bid at the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series when Jason Bateman pulled out a win for his performance in Ozark.

Now below, watch Hugh Grant name This Is Us as Outstanding Ensemble in a Drama Series and their acceptance speech. Then let us know, if you are excited that This Is Us was named the winner in their category!

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” bested the other nominees in the category which included: The Americans, Better Call Saul, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Ozark.”

This is us, is great but not as good as the others and it’s the ‘Only’ show from Broadcast TV and that is why it won (network politics)

The Americans, Better Call Saul are cable and Ozark is Netflix and The Handmaid’s Tale is Hulu..

And- The Americans, Ozark and The Handmaid’s Tale, is much better than This Is Us –and The Americans should have gotten the award.

And- Chrissy Metz /Kate is Not in the This Is Us, above picture.

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disagree with your networks politics comment as a matter of fact it has gotten harder for a network show to break through against the cable shows which have way more liberties if MASH were made today it would be difficult for a show as great as that to beat miss maisel Good for this is us!

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as long as “This is Us” remains in the public eye/conscious … i’d really like to see a lot more of the cast nominated for individual performance (s) most notably Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz. Love Sterling K. Brown work. it’s such a treat to see ( Justin Hartley ) “Our” Golden boy, right ? one of the underlings who flew the coop. I fully embrace and totally agree that – thee whole cast – is so deserving.. what a treat to celebrate; fully acknowledged by their peers. THIS show just has to go the distance… for years to come.. just… Read more »

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I am so glad This Is Us won.Now can you please send Justin Hartley my way.lol

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Kim replaces Amy Reisenbach, who was recently promoted to president of CBS Entertainment.  In a statement on Kim’s new position, Reisenbach shared: “I’ve worked closely with Eric for over a decade and have always been impressed with his incredible programming instincts, skill in working with showrunners on our biggest hit shows and strong relationships throughout the creative community. I’m very excited for him to take on this significant role. He is a proven, smart executive whose leadership and input will be vital to the success of our series.”

David Stapf, president of CBS Studios who Kim will also report to expressed: “Eric’s creative instincts and his ability to champion new writers and producers complement his strong relationships with established showrunners, making him an exceptional executive. His leadership has earned the trust and respect of both the industry and his colleagues at the Studio and Network. As Eric steps into this new role, I’m looking forward to seeing the impact he makes both within the creative community and on our series that are enjoyed by global audiences.”

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Prior to joining the network, Kim worked in live action series for Nickelodeon and Teen Nick from 2009-2011. He was also vice president of current programming at the CW from 2006-2009, and was part of the creative team that launched the new network when The WB and UPN networks merged and was also an executive at UPN from 2004-2006.

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Page Six earlier reported that Holmes, who had been married to Marilee Fiebig since 2010, had been having an alleged affair. They report that Robach and Holmes started to get close back in March when they were training together for the New York City Half Marathon.

When Holmes was going to join GMA back in 2014, the producers asked Robach what she thought of having him on the show.  Amy shared with PEOPLE : “Hey, we want to bring on a co-anchor. What do you think of T.J. Holmes?’ And I almost fell out of my chair. You couldn’t have picked a better person to ask me what I thought of, because we’ve been trying to figure out a way to work together for literally the last five years.”

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As many know, Levar Burton is an actor, director and educator who has taught generations of children about the joys of reading through his show Reading Rainbow. Throughout his career, Levar has been honored with 13 Emmy Awards, 3 NAACP Awards, a Grammy Award for Spoken Word Album, a Peabody Award, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, among other accolades.

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