It’s not so much “Legendary … Dary”.
“How I Met Your Mom” is back in a reworked series called “How I Met Your Dad”. On Tuesday (January 18th), the premiere of Hulu TV’s “How I Met Your Father,” Sophie (Kim Kattrall) decided to make a video call to her son, who hasn’t been seen off the screen in 2050, and tell him how he met his father. ) tells the story of. use as a transition point for much of the series.
She tells the story of the friendship and dating adventures of 30-year-old Sophie (Hilary Daff). New York-based photographer Sophie Tinder is hopeful of finding true love despite having had many unpleasant encounters.
Unlike the original series, Sophie’s group of friends grows along the way, not set when the series begins. He meets Uber driver Jesse (Chris Lowell, “Glow”), who became known to the world as “Mr. Lowell” after a video of his rejected offer went viral on the internet. The proposal was not implemented ”; her friend Sid (Suraj Sharma), who wants to propose to her long-distance lover at her Pemberton bar; Jesse’s sister, Ellen (Tien Tran), who recently divorced his wife and moved to New York to start a new business “to invite Kate McKinnon”; and Sophie’s impulsive roommate Valentina (Francia Raisa, “The Elder”), a stylist who returned from a business trip to London with wealthy British Charlie (Tom Ainsley). Charlie is now Sophie’s second roommate (“One thing brought another, and now she lives with us!” Says Valentina).
After the original series Ted Mosby (Josh RAcesparksor), which aired on CBS for nine seasons from 2005-2014, his larger collection (Voted by Bob Saget, Who never appeared on screen like Cattrall) told his children the same principle.
“How I Met Your Mother” was a hit – its first season averaged 9.5 million viewers, and Ted’s story features a feminine do-it-yourself phrase that includes the catchy phrase “legendary… wait… dary”. sti Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) also followed. power pair Marshall (Jason Segel) and Lily (Alyson Hannigan); and the strange Robin (Kobe Smulders). The show was different from a number of similar “sit-in-friends” sitcoms that appeared after “Friends”, all of which evoked real feelings in the group of friends with their inner jokes – and the audience felt the humor.
The ending of “How I Met Your Mother” was a terrible one. At the same point in his title, it was supposed to be “slam-dunk” – but instead, the story derailed at 11 a.m., killing his mother and making him “happy” with Ted Robin. Perhaps in the past, they should have called it “How I was with Robin after your mother’s death.”
So how can you mitigate this stained legacy in the next series? With awkward negligence and, as it turns out, a completely different show.
Aside from a similar title and opening theme, “How I Met Your Father” is almost identical to the original. So far, no heroes appear in the first show (although there is one main place in it) and the protagonists are different (but Sophie and Jesse seem to be connected by a bow in the style of Ted and Robin).
There is nothing wrong with being different. “How I Met Your Father” is good even if it’s a special sitcom featuring great actors. Cattrall stands out. As she sits on the couch with the wine and excites the audience with fairy tales about her youth, it is clear that she enjoys the show more than the women who re-launched the series “And Like” in the other three films “Sex and the City”. It’s “Cattrall’s hero doesn’t fit Samantha.
The original series of “How I Met Your Father” is hampered by its weak and surprisingly unnecessary connection. The only connection between the two is the “brand recognition” of its name and a memory from a long time ago.
Rather than trying to bring back the old dead and buried other series, it’s better to try to stand on your own two feet.