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The long-running TV sitcom finally bids farewell in the United States today.
Neil Patrick Harris, Alyson Hannigan, Jason Segel, Josh Radnor and Cobie Smulders, along with the creators of the comedy, took the time to thank their loyal fans before the final episode of How I Met Your Mother, which airs today in the US on CBS.
In a video titled Thank You Fans, the cast and creators of the show express their gratitude and bid farewell to their TV audience after nine years on the air.
Since Sept 19, 2005, American audiences have tuned in every Monday night to follow Ted Mosby’s search for his one true love. The New Yorker divides his time between his job as an architect and his close-knit group of friends: Lily, Marshall, Barney and Robin.
After nine years of ups and downs on the road to romance, chronicled in 208 episodes, Ted will finally meet his future wife – the future mother of his two children – on March 31. Along with Ted’s son and daughter, audiences will finally get to hear the end of the story the character has been telling for nearly a decade.
A spin-off from the show – How I Met Your Father – is already in the works. — AFP Relaxnews
Watch the Thank You Fans video from the cast and creators of How I Met Your Mother:
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