LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Neil Patrick Harris, star of stage, television and film, is adding “author” to his extensive résume. The singer, director, producer, three-time Emmy-winning actor and perennial awards… More
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Abby Elliot is following in her father’s footsteps. The “SNL” alum has signed on for a guest arc on the upcoming eighth season of “How I Met Your Mother.” Add… More
When “How I Met Your Mother” returns for its eighth season premiere, Robin (Cobie Smulders) will be experiencing such major pre-wedding jitters on her pending nuptials to Barney (Neil Patrick… More
The executive producers of “How I Met Your Mother” have a contingency plan if the upcoming season is to be their last. Read about their “Plan B” …
There wasn’t a dry eye on the couch after Monday night’s seventh-season finale of “How I Met Your Mother,” in which the identity of Barney’s bride was finally revealed, Marshall and Lily’s baby was born and given the mother of all baby names, and Ted’s “one that got away” made a surprise return.
Last night on the “Late Show”, Dave Letterman combined his love of the silly with the hype surrounding new Knicks star Jeremy Lin to put make a pretty funny comment on the phenomenon of Linsanity.
Start right now. Viewership is higher than ever before in its third season and, more importantly, people are starting to recognize the subversive charm of a show that represents that swath of America between the two coasts.
Last night, Jimmy Kimmel got wind that Jay Leno used him as the butt of a joke in a “Valentine’s Day Gift Suggestions” bit, suggesting to the audience that Kimmel wears a dyed toupee, and he shot back at Jay the best way he knows how — by making fun of how lame Jay’s monologue is.
The mysteries that surround the CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” extend to co-creator Craig Thomas’ office on the Fox studio lot. A white board on the wall that outlines the seventh season’s episodes ends with Barney’s wedding in the May finale.
Last week seemed typical for CBS’ sitcoms on Monday night, television’s most popular, and raunchy, night of comedy.