A Canadian man by the name of Noah Maloney has vowed to eat a photo of How I Met Your Mother star Jason Segel every day until he gets the actor to eat a photo of him. Maloney has not yet provided any insight as to why he wants Jason Segel to eat a photo of his face, but we're sure he has a good reason. Show More Summary
According to Variety, Paula Abdul has signed on to Fresh Off The Boat and How I Met Your Mother writer Kourtney Kang’s untitled NBC sitcom project, with Abdul playing a version of herself. The pilot is based on Kang’s childhood, with...Show More Summary
Chazz Palminteri has booked a series regular role opposite Chris Distefano and Annie Potts in Distefano, CBS' comedy pilot from How I Met Your Mother creators Carter Bays & Craig Thomas and Sony TV. Inspired by the comedy of Distefano,...Show More Summary
Jason Segel—actor of How I Met Your Mother, Freaks and Geeks and Muppets fame—is in a unique position: He’s the only person alive that can save one very strange man from a lifetime of gastrointestinal discomfort. Read more...
Orange Is the New Black alumna Diane Guerrero is set as the female lead opposite Chris Distefano in Distefano, CBS' comedy pilot from How I Met Your Mother creators Carter Bays & Craig Thomas and Sony TV. Inspired by the comedy of Distefano,...Show More Summary
Veteran Annie Potts has been tapped to co-star opposite Chris Distefano in Distefano, CBS’ comedy pilot from How I Met Your Mother creators Carter Bays & Craig Thomas and Sony TV. Inspired by the comedy of Distefano, an Italian American...Show More Summary
CBS is moving forward with a comedy project from “How I Met Your Mother” creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the network picked up the pilot “Distefano,” which stars Chris Distefano and is...
The Chris Distefano hybrid comedy joins the network's retooled comedy 'Real Life.' read more
The last remaining broadcast script with a big production commitment has gotten a pilot green light. CBS has picked up Distefano, a comedy about an Italian-Puerto Rican family starring comedian Chris Distefano, from How I Met Your Mother...Show More Summary
Cobie Smulders, the actress known for her role on the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother,” has sold an investment property in historic Los Feliz for $1.425 million. The buyer, by way of a limited liability company, was comedian Demetri Martin. Tucked behind fences and privacy hedges, the 1922 Southern...
Good news, y’all. Cobie Smulders loved “How I Met Your Mother” so much that she told The Huffington Post she’d love to do a reunion show. When presented with the prospect, the actress, who’s currently promoting the DVD release of her...Show More Summary
Cobie Smulders may not have played “the mother” on “How I Met Your Mother,” but in reality, she is one. Though it’s a tough job being a parent, the actress recently found something that’s equally, if not more, challenging: being in a...Show More Summary
Bored of the run of the mill sitcoms like Friends and How I Met Your Mother? We’re sure that most of our sci-fi loving readers might already be pretty satiated with the likes of Big Bang Theory. But if you want to delve deeper in the world of science fiction and watch some great TV shows, we’ve totally got you covered. Show More Summary
Hey kids, did I ever tell you about the time CBS ordered a new comedy pilot from the creators of How I Met Your Mother? It was the winter of 2017, and the country was in the midst of a political nightmare that could only be fleetingly...Show More Summary
'Real Life' is written by Hilary Winston and was picked up to pilot last season as 'My Time/Your Time.' read more
CBS has given a pilot order to Real Life, a half-hour hybrid comedy written/executive produced by Bad Teacher creator Hilary Winston and executive produced by How I Met Your Mother's Carter Bays and Craig Thomas. Sony TV, where Winston...Show More Summary
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Neil Patrick Harris still feels the need to defend the series finale of How I Met Your Mother. The 43-year-old actor recently stopped by Watch What Happens Live to discuss his new Netflix show A Series of Unfortunate Events where he was asked about his former hit show. After the show ended in 2014, fans [...]
The How I Met Your Mother Facebook page paid homage to Martin Luther King Jr. in a completely inappropriate way on Monday by satirizing his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. The parody, written from the perspective of the fictional womanizer Barney Stinson, and is riddled with misogynistic jokes, turning Dr. Show More Summary
Barney Stinson might be funny for his unapologetic womanizing on How I Met Your Mother. But mixing his character with revered civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. seems destined to go wrong. SEE ALSO: Why everyone is pissed the...Show More Summary