Just a few days ago, Fox expressed an interest in taking another crack at the How I Met Your Mother spin-off that it’s been trying to make for the last several years, noting that a previous attempt from a pair of This Is Us executive producers had been scrapped and that it was looking for a new writer to come up with a fresh take on the idea. Show More Summary
How I Met Your Mother‘s anticipated spinoff series How I Met Your Dad is getting a rewrite. Three years after 20th Century TV attempted to launch the show’s spinoff with a CBS pilot, the studio is giving it another go, according to Deadline. The original script was written by HIMYM creators Carter Bays and Craig [...]
20th Century TV has set Allison Bennett (FX's You're the Worst) to write a spinoff from the studio’s long running comedy series How I Met Your Mother. Three years after 20th TV first tried to launch a HIMYM spinoff with the CBS pilot...Show More Summary
PLEASE don't do this to me.
Back in 2014, after How I Met Your Mother finished its ninth and final season, there was a spin-off series developing called How I Met Your Dad. The series wasn’t merely the mother’s side of the same story that viewers watched play out...Show More Summary
Back in December, the idea for a How I Met Your Mother spin-off/reboot about a woman telling her kids about how she met their dad was briefly resurrected, with This Is Us executive producers Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger pitching...Show More Summary
For any and all How I Met Your Mother fans still hopeful that a spinoff will happen, here's some good news.
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Last season, 20th Century Fox TV took a second stab at developing a spinoff from its long-running CBS comedy series How I Met Your Mother. The project, titled How I Met Your Dad, was spec-ed by the studio with his Is Us co-executive producers Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger. Show More Summary
Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, When I was growing up my mother had a saying, or an answer, for just about everything…as do most mothers. Every answer to the question “Why?” was immediately met with the most intellectual...Show More Summary
Here's how Jon met your Mother (of Dragons).
Earlier this year, Bones left our TV screens after 12 seasons, leaving a gap in American network television much like what would happen if you took all the bones out of an actual human body. Now, much of Bones is available on Netflix (minus, crucially, the first four seasons) or ... More »
Hulu has expanded its deal with TV distributor 20th Century Fox, which means that every episode of beloved shows including Bones, Glee, How I Met Your Mother and MASH are now or will be available on the streaming service. Nearly 3000...Show More Summary
Hulu will add nearly 3,000 episodes of hit and classic comedies and dramas – from The Mary Tyler Moore Show and St. Elsewhere to How I Met Your Mother and Burn Notice – through an agreement with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution...Show More Summary
Actor and writer Matthew Boren's impressive resume ranges from producing story arcs for All My Children to his nine-season role as Stuart in How I Met Your Mother. And his upcoming novel, Folded Notes From High School (out April 3, 2018)...Show More Summary
Maybe these Friends From College shouldn't actually be friends. The new Netflix series from Nicholas Stoller stars Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders, Keegan Michael Key, Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon and...
Roomi, a mobile rental app that helps users find roommates and rooms for rent or sublet, published a series of infographics that explored whether characters from "Sex and the City," "Friends," "How I Met Your Mother," "Will & Grace" and "Girls" could afford current monthly rent prices in New York City based on the average salary of their respective careers...
From The Dude’s White Russian to James Bond’s shaken martini, Binging with Babish demonstrates how to make six movie-inspired cocktails. He also recreates How I Met Your Mother’s magical hangover cure, which might not be so magical after all.
How I Met Your Mother's series finale is widely regarded as a letdown by fans, and now it seems that Alyson Hannigan shares the audience's frustration for a few reasons.
In the world of audience reactions to high-profile TV finales, How I Met Your Mother falls somewhere in the Seinfeld tier of generalized disappointment (and just below the level of outright outrage aimed at shows like Battlestar Galactica or Lost). Show More Summary