"How I Met Your Mother" may have started a long time ago in 2005, however, it still got its fan excited. However with its setback, at least for now, fans may cause a little fiasco over the delay and this is all to blame because of a new promotion from NBC -- "This Is Us."
It was last year in December when viewers learned about who will take charge of "This Is Us," and these are no other than co-executive producers Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger. Along with them to executive produce are Carter Bays and Craig Thomas from "How I Met Your Mother." Although this sounds just fair, both Aptaker and Berger has been raised as showrunners for "This Is Us Season 2" causing "How I Met Your Father" delay for a little while according to TVLine. As per The Hollywood Reporter, the duo for the "This Is Us" have signed a new multilayer pact, making them showrunners alongside creator Dan Fogelman.
Meanwhile, as Screen Crush reported, "How I Met Your Father" will be different from "How I Met Your Dad" in some ways, however, it will still be described as "an ensemble show that tells the story from a female point of view." Its script was in accordance with the standard of the 20th Century Fox TV but its lack of the original roles from the series allowed the American series, "How I Met Your Father", to commerce the series to other networks than CBS.
"This Is Us" is an American comedy-drama series that started way back in Sept. 2016. It focuses on siblings Randall, Kevin, and Kate. Supposedly, Kate and Kevin has another sibling since they were part of a triplet pregnancy, however, their biological brother was stillborn. This made their parents, Jack and Rebecca, adopt a newborn who has the same birthday as of the siblings. Randall, a black child, was added to the family.