This Is Us may have gone home empty-handed at the Golden Globes, but that didn't stop the cast from making the most out of their evening!
Creator Dan Fogelman tweeted a photo of the ensemble cast posing for a sweet pic inside the ceremony at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on Sunday.
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Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz, Sterling K. Brown, Justin Hartley, Susan Kelechi Watson and Ron Cephas Jones smiled wide for the cameras in their tuxes and gowns. Chris Sullivan, whose character Toby’s fate remains up in the air, was also present for the candid moment.
Fogelman also shared another snap from inside the star-studded ballroom of Ventmiglia and Moore engaged in separate conversations.
“Cool,” read his caption on the pic.
Moore and Ventimiglia, who play married couple Rebecca and Jack, respectively, adorably posed backstage in the press room after presenting together -- and the two couldn’t have looked cuter!
But it was clear the cast was enjoying themselves, even if they didn’t take home the ultimate prize in the end. Metz, a first-time nominee, couldn’t contain her excitement during the show.
And TV mother and daughter had a cute moment together, too!
Earlier in the evening, Brown received kisses from his real-life wife, Ryan Michelle Bathe, and Watson, his TV wife on This Is Us.
On the red carpet, Brown met Stranger Things breakout star Millie Bobby Brown and sweetly kissed her hand. Later on, he also caught up with American Crime star Felicity Huffman.
Ahead of the Globes, Metz spoke to ET's Kevin Frazier and said she totally understands why fans have been freaking out over Toby’s future on This Is Us.
"Do you remember Game of Thrones? First episode?! Hello!" she adorably replied, a nod to Jon Snow's resurrection. "Shocked me! I was like, 'Gwah!' So that’s good television."
If it turns out that Toby doesn't survive Tuesday's episode, Metz anticipates fans will revolt. "There'll be an uproar, I know that," she said.
Watch ET's exclusive interview with Metz below.