‘How I Met Your Mother’ Vs. ‘How I Met Your Father’ Latest News: See Spinoff Details Here!

By Kara Wayne - 17 Dec '16 09:40AM

"How I Met Your Mother" spinoff is reportedly in the works and the team behind "This is Us" is apparently leading the project. This time, the show will be told in a female's perspective. Thus, the new "HIMYM" spin-off is titled "How I Met Your Father."

As per E! News, "This is Us" co-executive producers Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger will take on the project as the series writers. "HIMYM" creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas will also be part of the new show as executive producers. However, Bays and Thomas may not be involved directly to "How I Met Your Father" as the duo are still currently engaged to Sony TV and several shows, Deadline reported.

"How I Met Your Father" is said to have a new approach to the original story of "HIMYM" with new characters and cast. Fans of "How I Met Your Mother" may not be too excited to see new actors play the roles but it's too early to tell whether or not the spin-off is worth watching. As it seems, the network will not disappoint viewers especially with the involvement of the writers of "This is Us" which is another well-celebrated TV drama.

Meanwhile, there are still no reports that confirm if "How I Met Your Mother" original stars would make an appearance. It could be interesting to see Alyson Hannigan, Josh Radnor, Cobie Smulders, Jason Segel, and Neil Patrick Harris make a cameo. The script of "How I Met Your Father" is still being written at 20th TV so fans may just need to wait for more updates in the coming weeks.

"How I Met Your Mother" is a sitcom where Ted Mosby, a character portrayed by actor Radnor, tells his kids the story on how he met their mother. The original series aired on CBS but the spin-off "How I Met Your Father" might not air on the same network as per Hollywood Reporter. In the meantime, tell us what you think of "HIMYM" spin-off in our comments section below.

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