There are 55 hours until Robin (Cobie Smulders) and Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) get married when “How I Met Your Mother” returns for its ninth and final season.
Jason Segel is becoming an author. The star of the TV series "How I Met Your Mother" and "Freaks and Geeks" has a deal with Random House Children's Books for a middle-grade series set in a haunted town.
It will take at least one more season for audiences to figure out "How I Met Your Mother." Deadline reports that "HIMYM" will return for season nine now that Jason Segel has decided to come back for another round. With his deal in place, all of the series stars are now on locked in to […]
With the renewal deadline on the horizon for "How I Met Your Mother," the show's writers need to know soon whether or not this season will be its last (ie, they need to know when to finally reveal who the heck the mother is). Negotiations for a ninth season are underway, according to Deadline, as […]
It may have only lasted 18 episodes, but the legacy of NBC's "Freaks and Geeks" lives on. Vanity Fair reunited the stars of the short-lived series, which included some of today's heavyweight celebrities as part of its Comedy Issue. The series featured such notable names as Jason Segel, James Franco, Seth Rogen, Busy Philipps, Lizzy […]
Guest star Joe Manganiello returns to the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" on the Monday, Nov. 26, episode for a court room showdown with Marshall (Jason Segel). Marshall has to face-off against the hunky "True Blood" star … and "Twelve Horny Women" (the name of the episode) in the biggest case of his […]
Last night, Stephen Colbert needed some deeper analysis of the implications of a couple of Deep South primaries in the GOP race for president, especially the upcoming Louisiana primary, so he turned to “The Colbert Report”‘s chief swampland political analyst, Kermit the Frog.
The Muppets may not be singing on the Oscar show, but they will be in the house. And Brad and Angelina will now have some stiff red-carpet competition in the form of a frog and a pig.
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.
Actor Jason Segel can add a Hasty Pudding pot award to his career highlights.