Heading back to primetime, Justin took on the role of Kevin Pearson on NBC’s critically acclaimed series This Is Us. The show is known for it’s thoughtful, and emotion driven story line that keeps viewers tuning in night after night.
In November 2014 Justin took over the role of Adam Newman on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless, and played the role until September 2016 when he headed to primetime on the hit series This Is Us.
In March 2014, Justin was cast in a recurring role in the second season of the ABC’s drama series Mistresses as plastic surgeon Scott Thompson, a love interest for Josslyn Carver, played by Jes Macallan.
Set your DVR’s. Justin will be a guest star on tomorrow’s episode of Doctor Oz airing at 1pm. The episode summary is listed below.
Dr. Oz Food Investigation: Low-Calorie Chip Craze. A food truth investigation into the latest snack trend: low-calorie potato chips. They’re a dieter’s dream, but are these crunchy snacks all they’re cracked up to be? Plus, has the pumpkin spice craze gone too far? We investigate.
This Is Us’ Justin Hartley Reveals Nine Big Spoilers: Kevin’s Tough Childhood, Kate and Toby’s Future, More! Us Weekly caught up exclusively with Justin, about what fans can expect to go down in upcoming episodes, including what else will be revealed about the character’s upbringing with parents Jack and Rebecca. To view the article, click here.
If you’re an avid TV watcher, there’s a good chance Justin Hartley has been on your radar for some time—from his breakout four-year run on the supernatural soap opera Passions and his recent two-year stint on The Young and the Restless (for which he earned an Emmy nomination for lead actor) to 16 episodes of Mistresses and 12 episodes of Revenge. His role as 36-year-old Kevin on NBC’s critically acclaimed drama This Is Us, however, may prove to be his biggest hit. To hear what Justin has to say about his shirtless scenes and his soap opera past, click here to read the Glamour interview.
Quitting a job you hate can be an exhilarating feeling. The immediate aftermath, though… not so much.
In this exclusive sneak peek at the second episode of NBC’s This Is Us (Tuesday, 10/9c), TV heartthrob Kevin (Justin Hartley) struggles with what to do next after walking off the set of his cheesy sitcom The Manny. He shares his fears with twin sister Kate (Chrissy Metz)
This fall, Hartley is coming to NBC with This Is Us, a highly anticipated new series that debuted its trailer on YouTube to monster views some months ago, about an interconnected group of people who share the same birthdays. The 39-year-old Chicago native stars as Kevin, a handsome actor who has grown bored of his bachelor lifestyle. Meanwhile, in real life, Hartley’s a handsome actor who recently got engaged to his Y&R co-star Chrishell Stause. In this edition of This Course, Hartley takes us into his world of television. The goal of the ongoing series of food and conversation is to keep things as transparent as possible. It’s essentially an open dialogue, in this instance over lunch at Granville in Studio City, where we discuss a myriad of things, including the actor’s journey to here, the things he has learned, and his return to primetime with This Is Us. You can read what he had to say here.