Cobie Smulders made a name for herself on the small screen thanks to nine seasons of How I Met Your Mother. Now, she'll be heading back to TV for a new role that could be fantastic.
Key & Peele star Keegan-Michael Key and How I Met Your Mother alum Cobie Smulders have been cast as the leads in Friends from College, an upcoming Netflix comedy series from the husband-and-wife duo of Forgetting Sarah Marshall director Nicholas Stoller and Francesca Delbanco. Show More Summary
Jason Segel of “How I Met Your Mother” and “The Muppets” has made another move in historic Los Feliz. The actor, who found a new house in the Griffith Park-adjacent neighborhood earlier this year, has sold his old place for $1.525 million. Tucked behind hedges and tall bamboo, the 1930s two-story...
CBS is re-teaming with some familiar faces. Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, the creators of the long-running comedy How I Met Your Mother (nine seasons!), are returning to the network once again to helm a new family comedy. Inspired by the life of comedian Chris Distefano (Girl Code; Guy Code), ... More »
Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, the duo who created CBS' long-running How I Met Your Mother, are getting back into the game with a new project that just...
The untitled hybrid comedy has scored a hefty pilot-production commitment from their former network. read more
It seems like once a season, the viewers stare at the titular Bachelorette and just go, “Oh honey.” I talked about the How I Met Your Mother character who was named “Oh honey” because every time she opened her mouth, you were shocked by her naiveté and you wanted to ... More »
It doesn't matter if you're a CIA assassin — Lena Dunham is over guns. On Tuesday, the actress reposted a call to action from How I Met Your Mother and Girls producer and writer Tami Sagher that encouraged New Yorkers to rid JasonShow More Summary
The No. 1 track on Barney Stinson's "Get Psyched" mix on How I Met Your Mother is getting a passion-filled, vintage blues remake. Holland's Jennie Lena made her international Postmodern Jukebox debut, covering Bon Jovi's hit song,Show More Summary
Brian: I am the sort of person who tries to match the cheese I am serving to the movie I’m showing when I have friends over. Or when I watch an episode of How I Met Your Mother alone. So it should come as no surprise that, on the rare week that we’ve released two new products at the same time, they’d share something in common. Show More Summary
Time has passed. We've moved on, grown and changed. So, let's be honest with ourselves. Are we still mad about the How I Met Your Mother finale? So...we haven't fully forgiven Carter Bays and Craig Thomas yet? I mean, they...
Hear us out, this is good news. His first two movies are really wonderful! Read more...
After playing the titular Mother during the final season of the CBS comedy, Milioti hopped to the short-lived NBC comedy A to Z and then to Fargo, where she was awesome but had a much smaller role. Now, it seems she’ll get the chance to play a leading lady once more.
Oh, look, it's that TV pilot you willed into existence: FX has ordered a comedy pilot written by and starring Cristin Milioti (Fargo, How I Met Your Mother) and Nina Pedrad (a writer and supervising producer on New Girl, sister to SNL's Nasim). The unnamed pilot centers on Maxine (Milioti), ... More »
There is a new comedy pilot in production at TV Land that will star Alyson Hannigan (How I Met Your Mother), Megan Hilty (Smash), and an as-yet unannounced actress as three friends in San Francisco who “reconnect after a close friend from college dies in a freak accident.” It’s called The First Wives Club, but it should be called something else. Read more...
Things are heating up for TV Land. Days after ordering a Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone-produced comedy, the network has announced that How I Met Your Mother's Alyson Hannigan and Smash's Megan Hilty will be headlining its long-gestating First Wives Club reboot of the 1996 film. (Which, too, was based ... More »
After spending nine years on How I Met Your Mother, Alyson Hannigan is finally returning with a major role on scripted TV.Click To Continue Reading
You don't own them! Alyson Hannigan (How I Met Your Mother) and Megan Hilty (Smash) are the newest members of the First Wives Club, TV Land's upcoming adaptation of the successful...
The 'How I Met Your Mother' and 'Smash' alums will topline the single-camera comedy for the network. read more
It's been two years since How I Met Your Mother ended, and we still remember how it closed up with a deliberately chosen tune that adds to its final impact. It's not the only show to end on a high note - so to speak. Remember Six Feet...Show More Summary