Milo Ventimiglia Joins Season 4 Of ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

Exciting news! Looks like Milo will star in Season 4 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

DEADLINE – It looks like there will be a mini Gilmore Girls reunion on the upcoming fourth season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Gilmore Girls alum and This is Us star Milo Ventimiglia has been cast in an undisclosed guest role on the Amazon series, Deadline has confirmed.

Amazon would not reveal any character details.

The casting will reunite Ventimiglia with Maisel and Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and EP Daniel Palladino.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel stars Rachel Brosnahan, Tony Shalhoub, Alex Borstein, Marin Hinkle, Michael Zegen, Kevin Pollak and Caroline Aaron. Stephanie Hsu returns for Season 4 as well as Luke Kirby in his recurring role as Lenny Bruce.

In season 3, Midge (Brosnahan) and Susie (Borstein) discovered that life on tour with Shy (Leroy McClain) was glamorous but humbling, and they learned a lesson about show business they’ll never forget.

Ventimiglia has received three lead actor Emmy nominations for his role as Jack Pearson on NBC’s flagship drama series This Is Us.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is the winner of 20 Emmy Awards including Outstanding Comedy series, three Golden Globes including Best TV Series—Comedy, six Critics Choice Awards including Best Comedy Series, two PGA Awards, a WGA Award, and a Peabody Award.

written by Emily on June 10, 2021 under

‘This Is Us’ Ending With Season 6

DEADLINE – This is not news yet still a sad development for This Is Us fans. As This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman has confirmed numerous times over the last couple of years, the highly-rated NBC family drama will end with its upcoming sixth season, the final under the series’ current three-season renewal.

Fogelman conceived This Is Us as a limited-run series. It was sold to NBC as such, with Fogelman early on setting on a six-season arc. As a result, This Is Us‘ most recent pickup in 2019, which goes through next season, had been revealed to be the show’s final one, with the casts’ contracts also ending at that time.

Asked after the Season 4 finale last spring when he was already mapping out Season 5, whether his original plan for This Is Us has changed, Fogelman reiterated that the series will end with Season 6. “That’s when the Pearson story will basically come to a close,” he said.

Fogelman also had insisted from the get-go on shorter seasons, which, except for the pandemic-impacted 2020-21 season, have all consisted of 18 episodes. (The current fifth season has 16 episodes.)

Spanning multiple generations of the Pearson family and multiple time periods, This Is Us was an instant hit, connecting with viewers and critics alike and bringing broadcast drama back into the TV awards conversation, landing multiple Drama Series Emmy nominations. Five seasons in, it remains NBC’s highest-rated entertainment program.

Created and executive produced by Fogelman, This Is Us comes from 20th Television. The cast of the series is led by Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, who won an Emmy for his role, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Susan Kelechi Watson and Chris Sullivan.

written by Emily on May 14, 2021 under

Milo for April/May Cover of Haute Living

Milo is featured on the cover of Haute Living! He looks so handsome, as always! You can check out the cover and photoshoot in our gallery and read the interview below!

NOT MANY PEOPLE would dare to take an Airstream up to 90 miles an hour, but Milo Ventimiglia, believe it or not, has always had a bad-boy side. Still, the truth behind his need for speed is much more Milo the man and less, perhaps, the rebel many used to make him out to be. He tested the limits of his 55 mph chrome caravan because he was hell-bent on getting to work on time. And that, too, is badass, though perhaps not in the conventional way. Which is okay, because conventional Milo Ventimiglia is very much not.

Fans typically correlate him with one of two roles: Jess Mariano, Gilmore Girls’ rebel without a cause, or, more often these days, his current small-screen character, Jack Pearson, the flawed but fantastic dad of three on NBC’s This Is Us. The truth? He’s somewhere in between.
The Milo Ventimiglia of today, a man on the brink of turning 44, toes the line between these two amalgamations. He has a thing for Harleys and favors leather jackets like Jess; like Jack, he is kind, responsible and paternal — an intriguing trait for a perpetual bachelor. Call it the best of both worlds.

But let me backpedal here and set the scene for how Ventimiglia came to be speeding across the U.S. of A. in his big silver bullet. Last spring, he was about to start filming Evel, a limited series about daredevil Evel Knievel, in New Mexico. His transformation was complete: a lush, dyed-blond mane, blue contact lenses, a waddle, thatches of tufty chest hair. He learned to do wheelies on vintage motorcycles; no hardship, pure fun. And then, on March 13, two days before production commenced, Covid-19 shut it (along with the rest of Hollywood) all down.

After hearing about the panic and the toilet paper wars back home in Los Angeles, he opted to stay in Albuquerque for three months. His rented house was already paid for, so why not? He hunkered down and chilled out. With Hollywood still shuttered months later, realization dawned that the road trip he had been attempting to take for the better part of three years, the one he never seemed to have enough time for, could finally happen. So he took a Covid test, headed to his hometown of Anaheim, Calif. — which also happens to be the home of Disneyland and Great Adventure (so fitting) — to give his mom and dad a hug and made tracks.

“There was no obligation to be on set, which meant that I could be anywhere,” he explains to me over Zoom in March. “So I said, ‘You know, I’m just going to go on the road for a little bit.’”

That “little bit” turned into a 10,000-mile adventure: a pitstop in Utah to visit one sister, a journey to Oregon (where he also owns a home) to see the other, some camping in between and the purchase of his hot new ride (that Airstream) — which, though it sounds so “f—ing chic and cool,” was a pretty big departure from a Harley, his transportation of choice. (And it was definitely preferable to that one time in the past year that he took a flight, double-masked, shield up, hoodie pulled tight, looking like some kind of “weird video game character.”)

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written by Emily on May 05, 2021 under

This Is Us: 5.11 ‘One Small Step …’ Screen Captures

I have updated the gallery with HD screen captures from Tuesday’s new episode of This Is Us titled One Small Step …. This was probably my favorite episode of the season. I loved seeing more of Nicky and learn more about him when he was younger!

written by Emily on March 25, 2021 under

This Is Us: 5.10 ‘I’ve Got This’ Screen Captures

I have added HD screen captures from the latest episode of This Is Us titled I’ve Got This. Enjoy!

written by Emily on March 18, 2021 under

This Is Us: 5.09 ‘The Ride’ Screen Captures

Hi Milo fans! I have updated the gallery with HD screen captures from the latest episode of This Is Us titled “The Ride.” Enjoy!

written by Emily on February 25, 2021 under

This Is Us: 5.08 ‘In the Room’ Screen Captures

The gallery has been updated with HD screen captures from the latest episode of This Is Us titled “In the Room.”

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This Is Us: 5.07 ‘There’ Screen Captures

Hello Milo fans, I have updated the gallery with HD screen captures from Tuesday’s new episode of This Is Us titled “There“! A great episode with lots of of Jack and Kevin!

written by Emily on February 12, 2021 under

(Video) Milo Ventimiglia on Meeting the Bidens & Oprah, Tommy Lasorda’s Passing and Directing This Is Us

Milo talks about the passing of the Legendary Tommy Lasorda, watching the Dodgers in the World Series during the season premiere of “This Is Us,” meeting Joe & Dr.Jill Biden at the Super Bowl, meeting Oprah at the Emmys, directing an episode of “This is Us,” and the career advice Steve Harvey gave him when he was 25.

written by Emily on January 12, 2021 under

‘This Is Us’ 5.01 – 5.04 Episode Stills & Screen Captures

I have updated the gallery with episode stills and HD screen captures from the first four episodes of Season 5 of This Is Us. This Is Us returns tonight on NBC.

written by Emily on January 05, 2021 under
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