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!).
Dylan O'Brien and Tyler Posey lead the supernatural series, which looks to be taking a dark turn in its fifth season.
The telepathic detective returns in a guest arc in the revival series.
John Travolta, Sarah Paulson, and more bring the trial of O.J. Simpson to life in Ryan Murphy's FX true crime miniseries.
First every network wanted to have its own reality programming, now they all want to move to scripted. Epix's first two projects seem ambitious, though; could they put the network on the map?
The crime drama is inspired by writings from Bruce Lee himself, and will be executive produced by 'Banshee' co-creator Jonathan Tropper.
Surprisingly low numbers for 'Modern Family' as well as 'black-ish' in ABC's normally strong Wednesday comedy bloc.
The cast discuss their characters and what's coming up in Season 3 -- they also promise that book readers have plenty of surprises coming their way!
The show is based on Romero's 15-issue graphic novel.
"There are many examples of repressive societies where people have to adopt elaborate strategies to survive and that just felt like really dramatic territory, if we could put that in a contemporary American context."
The topic? "Top Ten Things I’ve Always Wanted to Say To Dave."