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Almost three years past the “How I Met Your Mother” season 9 finale, and as long as two years after “How I Met Your Dad” failed to even premiere, talks are in the air that a new “How I Met Your Mother” dad spinoff is in the works for a next season. They are calling it “How I Met Your Father.”

The show which is supposed to be a brand new take on the premise with new characters and new writers still working on the script, it has been purported that the story for the new series, unlike its predecessor, will be told from a female point of view. Carter Bays and Craig Thomas from the original series will be the show’s executive producers. “This Is Us” co-executive producers Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger will be working on this show as well.

The show will not be fixed to go only with CBS. Unlike “How I Met Your Dad,” which was described by CBS back in 2014 as a “kindred spirit,” the “How I Met Your Father” series won’t be a traditional spinoff. It will also not involve any character from the original series, which makes it all the more open for potential networks, according to a Deadline exclusive report.

As told, the “How I Met Your Father” series is currently in its developmental stage at the HIMYM studios, 20th Television. The script is being written by Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger of the… what else could be but “This Is Us.” According to the Hollywood Reporter, the writer duo is under an “overall deal” with Sony Television. No news of the show’s release has been let out as of yet.

The series, unlike HIMYM, will be narrated this time by a woman (mother) explaining how she met her spouse, the father of her children, says a Vanity Fair report. As of yet, no network has officially claimed the rights for this show. Rest assured, a side-splitting comedy in underway — no two ways about it.