Despite the dated inclusion of a laugh track, How I Met Your Mother is one of the best comedies on TV and now it’s getting a sixth season according to The Hollywood Reporter. Being a staple of CBS’ Monday night comedies, the early pick-up isn’t much of a surprise. The show has garnered both critical praise and a strong fan following, both of which are well-deserved. Everyone knows the NPH is great, but the full cast is terrific and the framing device combined with the way each episode is edited makes HIMYM stand apart from other comedies on TV.
With the renewal of How I Met Your Mother, CBS has locked down its Monday night comedy line-up with The Big Bang Theory (yay!) set to return as well as Two and a Half Men (plague!).
'I've heard the truth, Mulder. Now what I want are the answers."
Despite the acrimonious and public negotiations, it seems the show and Shearer have reached a deal.
"It’s a program that anybody could join, but if you become accepted as a “stitcher,” your consciousness is put into the memories of the dead and you get to solve crimes. It’s giving voice to the victims and the dead of the world, and helping correct injustices for people who died tragically or too young."
See the digital work that brought the Army of the Dead to life.
The hugely anticipated spin-off, starring Cliff Curtis and Kim Dickens, will premiere this August on AMC.
The upcoming Starz series is looking as groovy as we hoped.
Is the show doomed to only live on in our mind palaces?
AMC's 'The Walking Dead' will stop by San Diego Comic-Con before returning to television this fall.
“And They Were Enemies” capped off what has truly been an exceptional season.
The comedic actor, famous for Rush Hour and Jackie Brown, discusses marriage and his appearance in one of the late Michael Jackson's music videos.