Where Aussie Fans Can See Hilary Duff in How I Met Your Father

Where Aussie Fans Can See Hilary Duff in How I Met Your Father
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Haaaave you met Sophie? The long-awaited sequel to How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM), How I Met Your Father (HIMYF) has finally hit screens, with the series premiering on U.S streaming service Hulu on January 18, 2022 (January 19 in Aussie time). Aussie fans may be thinking to themselves – hold on, we don’t get Hulu here. And you would be right, so here’s a quick look into HIMYF and if/when we can expect to get our eyeballs across the show in Australia.

What’s How I Met Your Father (HIMYF) about?

Following the structure of HIMYM, HIMYF follows the story of Sophie, who, like Ted Mosby, is on the journey of meeting the love of her life. Living in New York (where all good love stories are set), Sophie is navigating the messy love life of a twenty-something-year-old in a big city and is feeling pretty meh about it all.

Who is in the cast of the show?

HIMYF Hulu Australia
HIMYF Australia. Credit Hulu

Hilary Duff (Younger) takes the central role of Sophie, with Kim Cattrall (SATC) in the role of older Sophie and narrator in HIMYF. Chris Lowell (Promising Young Woman) plays Jesse, Francia Raisa (Grown-ish) plays Valentina, Tom Ainsley (Serpent) plays Charlie, Josh Peck (Turner and Hooch) plays Drew, Suraj Sharma (Life of Pi) plays Sid and Tien Tran plays Ellen.

Can I see a trailer?

Yes, you can. This official trailer for HIMYF has been rolling around for a while – get a good look.

When is HIMYF coming to Australia?

Great news! It’s been confirmed that HIMYF is going to find a home in Disney+ Australia. The series will premiere on March 9, 2022, with two episodes available for Australians to stream. Additional episodes are expected to roll out weekly.

HIMYF will become a part of the Star on Disney+ service, which usually gets access to Hulu shows like HIMYM and Only Murders in the Building.

Who’s excited to get their eyeballs across this legen-wait for it-dary new show?

This article has been updated with additional information on HIMYF in Australia since its publish date.

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