08:20 AM EDT 12/27/2014
How I Met Your Mother
Originally posted 11/29/2014 04:50PM
The former How I Met Your Mother star also tells PEOPLE about her crafty new obsession
Originally posted 10/15/2014 05:35PM
The Academy Awards are about to get legen – wait for it – dary.
Originally posted 09/30/2014 09:20AM
The actor was on hand to promote his role in Gone Girl as well as discuss his memoir Choose Your Own Autobiography, but talk quickly turned to his own Italian wedding, which took place earlier this month at a castle near Perugia. ("Take that, George Clooney!" Harris said kiddingly.)
The ceremony featured a performance by Elton John, who also introduced Harris and David Burtka's first dance – soundtracked to Kelly Clarkson's "A Moment Like This," it featured an expertly timed fireworks display.
Originally posted 09/22/2014 08:00AM
Many viewers found How I Met Your Mother's maudlin season finale last March anything but legendary. (As PEOPLE noted, it was ceme – wait for it – tery.)
But fans of the show may be happier with an unseen – and far more upbeat – version contained in a new DVD box set available Tuesday.
Without spoiling it, let's just say the "alternate ending" of the finale, "Last Forever," will cause tears of joy instead of grief. (Although, unfortunately, it still contains Lily's tragic bangs of 2016.)
Originally posted 08/20/2014 07:10PM
To avoid a conflict with Sunday Night Football, NBC moved the 2014 Emmy Awards telecast up a month, to August 25. But in swerving clear of the football juggernaut, the Emmys steered right into the lane of the landmark cultural occasion of late August: the MTV VMAs, scheduled for one day prior.
It got us thinking: What if we took things to their logical conclusion and handed MTV control of the Emmys, as well?
Using categories from both the VMAs and their summertime counterpart, the MTV Movie Awards, we've imagined what would happen if the cable network was in charge of handing out trophies for everything that's on TV, not just music videos.
Massive spoilers below!
Originally posted 08/16/2014 01:40PM
Neil Patrick Harris may have played womanizer Barney Stinson for 10 seasons on How I Met Your Mother, but in real life, the former sitcom star is a family man of legen-wait for it–dary proportions.
Originally posted 08/14/2014 04:00PM
The very first episode of Inside the Actors Studio aired Aug. 14, 1994.
Hosted by former brothel worker and Arrested Development star James Lipton, the show has gone on to become a cultural institution, both for Lipton's ah, specific, delivery and persona, and for its watchable, occasionally riveting looks into the craft of acting.
Here are five great moments from the show's 20-year-and-counting run.
Originally posted 07/30/2014 06:45PM
The actress is expecting her first child in October, she tells PEOPLE exclusively
Originally posted 07/14/2014 06:00PM
When last we saw Ted Mosby, the protagonist of the dearly departed CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, he was living in the year 2030 and finally mustering up the courage to get over the death of his beloved wife Tracy by asking out his friend Robin, whom he had previously spent years pining for.
But now, in 2014, Entertainment Weekly has caught up with the New York-based architect to get his reactions to LeBron James returning to his hometown team, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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