The first official trailer for Hilary Duff’s How I Met Your Father revival was released today.
The show is a turn of the long-running CBS series How I Met Your Mother, which starred Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris, and Alyson Hannigan and aired from 2005 to 2014. Through the framing device of Ted Mosby (Radnor) telling his future children the narrative of how he and their mother first met, the series tracked the love exploits of Ted Mosby (Radnor).
Despite the fact that the final episode of How I Met Your Mother, which aired in 2014, was not well received by fans or reviewers, the sitcom was generally adored.
Hilary Duff and Kim Cattrall Reboot
How I Met Your Father is a gender-swapped version of the same premise, with Kim Cattrall (who is strangely absent from this year’s other revival of a famous series, And Just Like That) playing an older version of Hilary Duff’s Sophie, telling her children how she met their father.
Sophie’s network of friends, which includes Chris Lowell, Francia Raisa, Tom Ainsley, Tien Tran, and Suraj Sharma, support her in her search for love in New York City. On January 18, 2022, How I Met Your Father will air exclusively on Hulu.
The brand new How I Met Your Father teaser was released today by Hulu, giving viewers their first look at Duff and her friends in action. The teaser, set to The Grass Roots’ classic song “Sooner or Later,” presents a brief rundown of the new wacky characters that fans will meet in the show. In addition, the clip provides a summary of Sophie’s many, many disastrous encounters with the New York dating scene.
Watch the trailer for How I Met Your Father below:
Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, two writers from the blockbuster NBC show This Is Us, created How I Met Your Father. After the 2014 pilot How I Met Your Dad, starring Greta Gerwig, Drew Tarver, Nicholas D’Agosto, and Meg Ryan, was not picked up to series, they took on the project in 2016. Production on HIMYF finally began in August of this year, after years of scheduling issues and developments.