"How I Met Your Mother" star Neil Patrick Harris is one of the few people who didn't hate the comedy's series finale.
On the "Late Show with David Letterman" Thursday, the actor, who's now on Broadway starring in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," explained why he thought "HIMYM" creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas made the right call.
“How I Met Your Mother” fans may be divided on the show’s series finale, but they did help the comedy reach one final milestone.
'How I Met Your Mother' finale ends with one last twist
With its last episode on Monday night, the CBS series concluded its nine-season run with 12.9 million viewers watching. That audience also had a 5.3 rating in the advertiser-happy demographic of adults 18-49.
"How I Met Your Mother" seemed to take a dark turn last week when the episode hinted that the series finale was going to wind up with a heartbreaking death.
Fans of "HIMYM" have theorized for awhile that the reason Josh Radnor's Ted is even telling this nine-year-long story about how he met his wife and mother of his kids is because she's actually dead.
It's just logical enough that it makes sense, but "The Mother" herself, Cristin Milioti, is claiming that's too morbid.
The tale of "How I Met Your Mother's" Ted Mosby meeting the love of his life has been hilariously long and winding, but CBS isn't done with the concept.
According to reports, there's a possibility that the popular sitcom, now in its ninth and final season, could get a spinoff.
CBS has renewed "How I Met Your Mother" for a ninth season, but it'll also be the comedy's final run.
According to Entertainment Weekly, everyone - Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris and Alyson Hannigan - will be back, along with creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas.
After watching the season premiere of "How I Met Your Mother" on Monday, I realized that I'll most likely find the mother of my future children before Ted Mosby does (Vegas actually has me going off at 4-to-2 odds).
Then again, all I have to deal with is fate, chemistry, luck, mathematical probability and guys who have great abs, like Robin's new boyfriend.
Ted, on the other hand, has to deal with a show that refuses to get to the point.
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