CBS at TCA: Nina Tassler 'Very Confident' About a HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Renewal - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

CBS at TCA: Nina Tassler ‘Very Confident’ About a HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Renewal

January 12, 2013 by  

Late in December, news broke that the cast of HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER had signed on for a potential ninth season. At the time, CBS was unable to confirm the news (and whether that meant the show had officially been renewed for the next season), but during CBS President of Entertainment Nina Tassler’s winter press session earlier today, she indicated there should be a resolution soon.

“Well, I will be very happy to report in a very few days, I believe, that things will be resolved,” Tassler said during her executive session. “We’re very confident and excited that things will all work out, and almost everything is completed. Almost everything.”

Are you excited that the path seems (almost) clear for a season 9 of HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER? Or were you hoping they’d be ending the show soon?

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One Response to “CBS at TCA: Nina Tassler ‘Very Confident’ About a HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Renewal”

  1. Jeremy on January 13th, 2013 2:31 pm

    I’m a little confused because I thought this was already resolved. It sounds like there will be a ninth season, and I would hate to find out otherwise. My coworker at DISH and I think it would be best for the cast, writers, and fans if there could be a whole season devoted to wrapping up the story. I’ve been recording the last couple seasons of How I Met Your Mother to my DISH Hopper so I could watch, and re-watch, my favorite episodes whenever I want. It’s easy with PrimeTime Anytime on the Hopper because all the shows from the four major networks are recorded automatically, plus up to two more channels, during primetime. With six channels recording at once; my family doesn’t have to argue who gets to record their favorite show.