How I Met Your Mother
Daily popularity charts for How I Met Your Mother. Goodviews aggregates millions of public data points including social media activity, search trends, torrent and iTunes downloads, and more to create daily charts showing the popularity of How I Met Your Mother and hundreds of other TV Shows online.
Chart History
Overall #69
Comedy #23
CBS #6
How I Met Your Mother in Top TV Overall
Recent News
How I Met Your Mother: Barney Vs Ted: Who Was Better For Robin?
For the entirety of its run, How I Met Your Mother had fans believing that Ted and Robin had no chance of being together (she was called Aunt Robin to fool viewers), only to pull off a massive swerve in...
Stumptown: Season One Ratings
Cobie Smulders enjoyed a long and successful run on the How I Met Your Mother comedy series on CBS. Now, she has a dramatic show on the alphabet network called Stumptown. Will this new show be a hit or...
Kal Penn Talks Putting A Twist On Immigration Narrative With ‘Sunnyside’ & Chances For Another ‘Harold And Kumar’ Movie
There are two things that Kal Penn loves: making people laugh and America. This is reflected in his résumé, which includes the successful sitcom How I Met Your Mother, the cult stoner comedy Harold and...
ABC's Stumptown Premiere: Grade It!
ABC on Wednesday invited viewers to visit Stumptown, its Portland-based cop drama starring How I Met Your Mother‘s Cobie Smulders. Will you and your second-best bra be back for Week 2?Smulders plays Dex...
How I Met Your Mother: The Best Episode From Each Season, Ranked
For nine years, How I Met Your Mother fans followed Ted Mosby’s search for love, narrated by his older self from 2030. As with any long-running sitcom, the show had many ups and downs, with some episodes...
How I Met Your Mother: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
The grand search for the love of Ted Mosby’s life began fourteen years ago when How I Met Your Mother first debuted. The series took the tried and true Friends concept and added to it, creating a mosaic...
Emmys Take a Risk by Jumping on the No-Host Bandwagon
If it worked for the Oscars, it’ll work for the Emmys.That, at least, seems to be the reasoning behind the decision not to have a host for Sunday’s 71st Primetime Emmy Awards. Seven months after a hostless...