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Posted on June 28, 2018 by Ali

Since Steps wasn’t picked up for the pilot season for this fall I was afraid that was the last of it, but it appears they extended the options on the comedy! It would be great to have Ryan as a series regular!

Thank you to Deadline for the news.

ABC’s comedy pilot Steps is staying alive. ABC Studios has picked up the options of the entire cast of the project, starring Once Upon a Time alumna Ginnifer Goodwin alongside Kyle Bornheimer, Barry Rothbart, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Julie Hagerty and Cameron Boyce.

Steps, based on the Swedish format Bonus Family, is currently being retooled by the pilot’s writer Kristin Newman (The Muppets). Picking up the cast certainly is a promising sign though there has been no decision on reshooting the pilot yet.

Steps, from ABC Studios and studio-based Mandeville TV, revolves around four adults in three houses raising three kids after two divorces — together. The pilot was in serious contention for a series pickup in May and was also brought up in the immediate aftermath of ABC’s cancellation of Roseanne, when the network considered picking up another comedy series to fill the void. (ABC ultimately replaced Roseanne with spinoff The Conners.)

Steps had been said to be similar to ABC’s new comedy series Single Parents. It is possible that the pilot would be tweaked to avoid overlap.

Newman executive produces Steps with Mandeville TV’s David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman and Laurie Zaks. Mandeville also has new ABC drama series The Fix.

The original series, created by Felix Herngren, has been a success and was renewed for a second-season, which began filming in the spring. The Swedish comedy has been picked up by Netflix outside of Scandinavia.

Steps is the second 2018 ABC pilot to be given a lifeline. Drama False Profits last month was authorized to open a writers room and generate three additional scripts, with the cast of the pilot — led by Bellamy Young and Vanessa Williams — extended.

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Posted on April 20, 2018 by Ali

Ryan returned to Empire this week as Celeste in “Of Hardiness Is Mother”. I have put captures from the episode in our gallery.

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Ryan Michelle Bathe Online > Empire {2018} > Season 04 > Episode Captures > 04×13 | Of Hardiness Is Mother

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Posted on April 13, 2018 by Ali

Ryan made her first appearance on Empire this week in the episode, “Sweet Sorrow”. I have put captures from the episode in our gallery.

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Ryan Michelle Bathe Online > Empire {2018} > Season 04 > Episode Captures > 04×12 | Sweet Sorrow

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Posted on April 7, 2018 by Ali

Ryan shares a set image from the filming of Empire … great pic!

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Posted on April 7, 2018 by Ali

Next week starts Ryan’s new storyline as Celeste on Fox’s Empire!

A Lyon health scare shakes up Empire, as Cookie holds down the fort, in spite of it all. Both Andre and Jamal try to right their wrongs, and Jamal makes a shocking revelation on live TV with Robin Roberts. Eager to take Empire to new heights, Eddie’s motives are questioned when numbers don’t add up. Meanwhile, Hakeem and Tiana find common ground and Becky reveals the secret she’s been keeping from J. Poppa.

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Posted on March 23, 2018 by Ali

Deadline is giving us the fabulous news that Ryan has been cast in a brand new ABC pilot co-starring with the talented Ginnifer Goodwin.

Ryan Michelle Bathe (This Is Us) is set for a lead role opposite Kyle Bornheimer and Ginnifer Goodwin in the ABC comedy pilot Steps, from Kristin Newman, Mandeville TV and ABC Studios.

Written by Newman and directed by Todd Holland, Steps is based on the Swedish format Bonus Family. It revolves around four adults in three houses raising three kids after two divorces — together.

Bathe will play Genevieve, a newly single driven work-focused women in control.

The cast also includes Julie Hagerty and Cameron Boyce.

Known for her work on Boston Legal, Brothers & Sisters and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Bathe next will be seen in a recurring role on Empire. She also recurred on NBC’s breakout This Is Us. Bathe is repped by Principal Entertainment LA and The Kohner Agency.

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Posted on March 1, 2018 by Ali

Sterling spoke with Essence about his marriage with Ryan and how this amazing duo makes their marriage work.

Sterling K. Brown is having a moment.

Whether he captured your attention for his Emmy winning performance in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, or making you cry every week on the hit NBC drama series, This Is Us, as father and husband extraordinaire Randall Pearson, it’s safe to say that Brown’s moment is undeniable and well-earned.

ESSENCE caught up with the history-making actor while promoting his partnership with Clorox to celebrate the power of clean, and discussed his dynamic performance in Black Panther, his acting calling card, and the love of his life, wife Ryan Michelle Bathe.

“I never thought that that would be sort of my calling card,” he said with an infectious laugh when asked if eliciting tears in every role was somehow negotiated into his contracts.

“I honestly love to laugh way more than I like to cry. I’m going to start doing more stuff that doesn’t make people cry, I promise so that there will be balance brought back to the universe!”

Speaking of balance, the 41-year-old always makes it a point to credit his wife and fellow actress for being his better half.

The college sweethearts wed in 2007 and will celebrate 11 years of marriage, so Brown gave ESSENCE his secrets to a happy marriage — and dished on what his TV character Randall Pearson has taught him about love.

His answer, of course, was everything!

“Number one, never stop talking. Problems arise when people stop talking to each other,” he explained. “Laugh a lot, we crack each other up constantly!”

He continued, “I do the best I can and I feel like that’s the way most people are. We do the best we can until we know how to do better. And Sterling Brown prides himself on putting his best foot forward.”

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Posted on February 13, 2018 by Ali

Sterling & Ryan participated in an evening at Stanford talking about their careers and how their lives have changed since leaving their Alma Mater.

Sterling K. Brown has said a lot of public “thank yous” recently.

In acceptance speeches for the Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG awards he’s won for his portrayal of the lovably earnest Randall Pearson on NBC’s megahit family drama “This Is Us,” Brown has thanked his wife, actress Ryan Michelle Bathe (Yvette on “This Is Us”), whom he met when they were both Stanford University freshmen. He’s praised his co-stars. He’s paid tribute to Andre Braugher, the last African American to win the Emmy for best actor in a drama 19 years ago. And, with his Golden Globe in hand in January, Brown commended “This Is Us” creator and showrunner Dan Fogelman for bucking the tradition of color-blind casting by writing “a role for a black man that could only be played by a black man.”

Brown, 41, visited his alma mater on Friday night, Feb. 9, with another important piece of gratitude to get off his chest. “Harry, you really have no idea what you did. If it weren’t for you coming to find me, I don’t know if I’d even be doing this. I probably would have stuck with the (economics major) thing and gone into investment banking,” Brown told Harry Elam Jr., the Stanford senior vice provost for education who cast Brown and Bathe as freshmen in their first student play, during an onstage conversation in a packed auditorium in the Graduate School of Business.

After a nostalgic afternoon on campus with their two sons, 6-year-old Andrew (named after a classmate who died a year after graduation) and Amare, 2, Brown and Bathe clearly enjoyed the nearly two-hour event. They reminisced with Elam and fielded questions from students — who cheered when Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne announced that Brown would be Stanford’s 2018 commencement speaker on June 17.

Bathe and Brown, who joked about their on-and-off romance before they got married in 2007, spoke thoughtfully about everything from discovering their shared love of acting to the #MeToo movement and Hollywood’s long-overdue progress on its “diversity problem.”

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Posted on January 22, 2018 by Ali

I have added some more images to the gallery from last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards. A giant congratulation to Sterling on his win!

Gallery Links:
Ryan Michelle Bathe Online > 2018 > January 21 | Screen Actors Guild Awards
Ryan Michelle Bathe Online > 2018 > January 21 | Screen Actors Guild Awards – Audience

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