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How I Met Your Mother has been full of nothing but the most world-shattering, game-changing announcements since it’s eighth season ended with the first ever look at the mother, now played by Cristin Milioti. For those of you that were worried Season 9 would only make use of Milioti at the end of the series, putting us right back into the dark after finally shedding some light on us, you have no need to fear the disappearance of the mother. Not only will Milioti continue playing the mother through out Season 9, but also she will be made a series regular for entirety of the season.
Four the last eight years, How I Met Your Mother has only had five regulars – Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Alyson Hannigan and Neil Patrick Harris – and really didn’t need anymore. But the times, they are a changing. TVLine reported Milioti would be »
- Brody Gibson
How much do you really get to know a college from an official tour? The pervading opinion is not a lot. But in new film Middleton, a campus visit leads two starkly different parents to get to know themselves – and each other – as they wander off from the tour group.
Shot in eastern Washington at Gonzaga University and Washington State University, Middleton had its world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival on Friday night. The film, which takes place all in one day at the titular fictional school, stars Vera Farmiga and Andy Garcia as the parents who meet on the college tour. »
- Emily Rome
When "How I Met Your Mother" returns this fall for its ninth and final season, there will be a new face in the opening credits.
TVLine reports that Cristin Milioti, who was revealed to be the titular mother in Monday's (May 13) season finale, will be a part of the show as a series regular. This is the first time in the show's near-decade run that the core cast has been expanded beyond Josh Radnor, Alyson Hannigan, Neil Patrick Harris, Cobie Smulders and Jason Segel.
CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler revealed to TVLine that the entirety of Season 9 will span Robin and Barney's weekend and only the weeding weekend, with the show focusing on "how each character, before Ted, meets the mother. So they each meet her independently before he does."
Are you looking forward to getting to know the mother when "Himym" returns this fall? »
From five-second cameo to series regular...
After her brief, albeit Very memorable, guest-starring turn on the How I Met Your Mother Season 8 finale, Cristin Milioti has been promoted to series regular for the ninth and final season of this beloved CBS sitcom.
Look for her to play a critical role this fall, as How I Met Your Mother creators have said Season 9 will actually take place over the course of Barney and Robin's wedding. That ought to be interesting. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
The Mother is ready for her close-up. Revealing the pivotal character in the eighth season finale, How I Met Your Mother has upped briefly glimpsed guest star Cristin Milioti to series regular for the CBS' comedy's final season. A rep at studio 20th Century Fox confirms to The Hollywood Reporter that Milioti will join regular cast members Alyson Hannigan, Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Radnor, Jason Segel and Cobie Smulders full-time next season, as first reported by TVLine. Video: 'How I Met Your Mother' Reveals the Mother Milioti's addition comes on the heels of other rather telling details about
- Michael O'Connell
How I Met Your Mother‘s signature quintet is swelling into a sextet.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Cristin Milioti, who was unmasked as the titular mom in this week’s season finale, will take the title of series regular during the comedy’s upcoming ninth and final season.
Related | Who’s That Girl? Introducing How I Met Your Mother’s Long-Awaited Mom
Series cocreator Carter Bays previously revealed that as Himym »
- Michael Ausiello
Last season, How I Met Your Mother saw a resurgence in ratings that got CBS thinking about ordering another season or two. Some of the TV series' stars (Alyson Hannigan, Cobie Smulders, Jason Segel, Josh Radnor, and Neil Patrick Harris) have talked about moving on after season eight but you never know. If the ratings remain high, the network and studio could be very persuasive.
Below are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if How I Met Your Mother will be cancelled or renewed for a ninth season.
These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Final season averages: 3.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 8.31 million total viewers.
Episode 08-24: Monday, 05/13/13
3.4 in the demo »
Just days after finally unmasking the titular character, ‘Himym’ is surprising fans with an even bigger twist!
If your mind was blown by the reveal of the mother on the May 13 episode of How I Met Your Mother, you might want to sit down before reading the latest shocker. Oh, you are sitting down? Good, let’s continue.
‘Himym’ Season 9 — What Can Fans Expect To See?
Not only will the upcoming ninth season reveal everything you could possibly want to know about Ted’s (Josh Radnor) future bride — played by Broadway star Cristin Milioti – but the entire season will also take place over the course of a single weekend!
CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler confirmed the news to HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site TVLine on May 15, explaining that we’ll get to see “how each character, before Ted, meets the mother. … They each meet her independently before he does.”
- Andy Swift
After the mother was finally introduced in the season eight finale of ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ Cobie took to Twitter to share her excitement about the big surprise!
After eight seasons of building, How I Met Your Mother finally revealed who Ted’s (Josh Radnor) future wife will be on May 13, and Cobie Smulders, one of the stars of the show, couldn’t be more excited that the secret is finally out!
Cobie Smulders ‘Excited’ After Shocking ‘Himym’ Reveal
In the season eight finale of the CBS sitcom, fans finally got a long awaited glimpse at “the mother.” Although not much was revealed about Ted’s future wife — including her name — we do know that she will be played by Broadway actress Cristin Milioti. »
- Jenny Pickard
Update: Learn more about Himym’s Moms…
Last week I had a pretty good feeling we weren’t going to get to Barney and Robin’s wedding in Season 8’s finale and How I Met Your Mother proved me right in that regard. It also made good on its promise to continue exploring Ted’s never ending feelings for Robin in a meaningful way. “Something New” opens up with Ted finishing his renovations on his house in Westchester and he brings Lily over to check out the home of his future family. The only problem is Ted isn’t planning a future in this home anymore. Lily discovers a for sale sign and Ted explains he’s moving to Chicago right after the wedding, just a week away. He makes the claim the search for “the One” hasn’t proved fruitful in New York; perhaps he’ll have better luck in a new city. »
- Brody Gibson
"One ticket to Farhampton, please." It's not often that five words can change the course of an entire show, but that's exactly what they did at the end of How I Met Your Mother's season finale, when TV's most infamous mother was finally revealed! Yes, viewers finally got their first glimpse of Ted's (Josh Radnor) future wife (with yellow umbrella in tow!), and she was played by (drum roll please)...Cristin Milioti, a Tony-nominated Broadway actress! CBS reveals that Miloti's big reveal was actually on March 27 on the Twentieth Century Fox lot in Los Angeles, where the series went to great lengths to keep her casting a secret. (Well done!) In a statement, cocreator and and executive »
It took eight seasons and countless near encounters, but we finally got to meet Ted’s wife on ‘How I Met Your Mother’, and it was totally worth the wait because the perfect person was chosen!
After 183 episodes, eight seasons, and countless random guest stars, at long last hardcore fans know who Ted’s (Josh Radnor) future wife is! The mother/girl with the yellow umbrella was revealed on the How I Met Your Mother season finale on May 13, and I think the producers got it so right when they picked Ted’s lucky lady!
Cristin Milioti Is Perfect To Play Ted’s Future Wife
Stunning Broadway actress Cristin Milioti is Ted’s wife!
For seasons and seasons we have been teased with who would end up being the mother — for all a while we thought it was going to be Robin (Cobie Smulders), then there was the fear that »
- Eleanore Hutch
Monday's How I Met Your Mother season finale left many viewers frantically googling when the last scene revealed the long-eluded-to mother to be a relative unknown. Actress Cristin Milioti, a Tony nominee for her starring role in Once, is the Girl With the Yellow Umbrella -- a role that will figure prominently in the ninth and final season when Ted (Josh Radnor) finally meets the wife he's been having near misses with since the CBS comedy began in 2005. Video: 'How I Met Your Mother' Reveals the Mother “It was a pretty big umbrella to fill, casting the
- Michael O'Connell
Cristin Milioti is the mother! It took 183 episodes and countless near encounters, but Ted’s (Josh Radnor) future wife was finally revealed on the How I Met Your Mother season finale, to the delight of fans. Cristin is not only a famous Broadway actress, there was also a very specific reason why she was picked to be Ted’s wife! Read on to learn all about Cristin.
Cristin Milioti — 5 Things You Need To Know About Her
1) Cristin Is A Broadway Star – Cristen is a notable Broadway actress, and she has starred in many plays including Crooked, That Face and Stunning.
- Eleanore Hutch
As heavily promoted, CBS‘ How I Met Your Mother introduced the mother character in the final seconds of last night’s season finale when she was seen purchasing a train ticket to Farhampton, where she will eventually meet Ted (Josh Radnor). Cristin Milioti, star of Broadway’s Once, was cast in the role, which will be featured prominently on Himym‘s upcoming ninth and final season. “Cristin Milioti is, against all odds, exactly what we were looking for,” Himym co-creator/executive producer Carter Bays said. “She made us laugh on 30 Rock, she made us swoon in Once, and her ukulele skills are no joke”. As for the plot of Season 9, “it will tell the epic story of the longest wedding weekend ever”, Bays said. In casting the mother, Himym stayed true to its original casting strategy, which involved casting young, relatively unknown actors like Radnor, Jason Segel and Cobie Smulders »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
On Monday night, we finally met their mother. For eight seasons on the hit CBS sitcom, Ted Mosby (played by Josh Radnor) has been telling his children, in one long flashback, the story of How I Met Your Mother. At the end of Monday's penultimate-season finale, the title character was revealed. To find out which actress stepped into the long-awaited role, keep reading. Spoilers ahead! The plum gig went to Cristin Milioti, a 27-year-old actress who hails from Cherry Hill, N.J. She appeared at the very end of the episode, holding a yellow umbrella and buying a train ticket to Barney and Robin's wedding, »
- Tim Nudd
We met the mother! Ted’s wife was finally revealed on the May 13 season finale of ‘How I Met Your Mother’ after 183 episodes!
After eight seasons, How I Met Your Mother revealed the mother, drawing mixed reactions from longtime fans! While we don’t know much about her character, we do know that Ted’s (Josh Radnor) wife will be played by Broadway actress Cristin Milioti.
‘Himym’ Mother Is Cristin Milioti — Watch The Reveal
The unveiling took place in the last few seconds of the season eight finale on May 13. Cristin’s yet-unnamed character walked up to a Long Island Rail Road ticket booth to purchase one ticket to Farhampton, likely on her way to play in the band at Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin’s (Cobie Smulders) wedding.
If you’re a casual fan, you may have missed the big reveal. It wasn’t exactly spelled out on screen, »
- Christopher Rogers
The mother of all episodes, indeed! After eight long seasons, CBS finally revealed the mother's identity during How I Met Your Mother's season finale on Monday, May 13. (Warning! Spoiler alerts below!) The role of future Mrs. Ted Mosby went to a relatively unknown actress: Cristin Milioti. The 27-year-old actress was revealed at the very end of the episode to be "The Girl With the Yellow Umbrella," which Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) has identified throughout the series as his future wife. Milioti is best known for her Tony-nominated [...] »
Monday night was the Season 8 finale to CBS’s hit show, How I Met Your Mother, a night filled with great expectation.
The show starts off with Lilly (Hannigan) and Marshall (Jason Segal) packing up to move to Italy, with Lilly following The Captain (Kyle MacLachlan) to pursue her dream as an art consultant, with Marshall staying at home to take care of baby Marvin. Lilly is on the phone with Marshall’s mother Judy, who doesn’t know about the move, that is until Lilly tells her and leads to Judy freaking out over the phone.
After the opening credits and theme song, Lilly and Marshall figure out what to do, so Marshall decides »
- Doug Rush
It only took eight years, but after the long wait, Monday night’s episode of How I Met Your Mother revealed the most burning question of the entire series.
Who is the mother? Who does Ted (Josh Radnor) end up marrying?
In Season 8′s finale, “Something New,” we Finally get the see who the show has picked to be the mother.
Spoiler Alert, the video will show who is the mother, so if you haven’t seen the show yet, you might not want to watch.
And there you have it. She will eventually be the future Mrs. Ted Mosby. So, who is this actress?
But now, this is going to be Milioti’s first prominent role on the big screen.
CBS has in fact »
- Doug Rush
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