All 208 episodesnickatnight of How I Met Your Mother, The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air‘s entire 148-episode run and all 212 episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond have been added to Nick at Nite‘s primetime lineup. HIMYM will bow in early fall, followed by Fresh Prince in October and Raymond in early 2015. The deals are not exclusive. “How I Met Your Mother, The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air and Everybody Loves Raymond are perfect additions to Nick at Nite’s lineup of proven hit series with great characters like Full House and originals like Instant Mom,” said Russell Hicks, President of Content Development and Production at Nickelodeon Group.

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How I Met Your Mother recently wrapped its nine-season run with over 13 million total viewers tuning in to the finale. The Emmy-winning comedy Everybody Loves Raymond ran in primetime on CBS for nine seasons, consistently ranking among the top 10 programs on television beginning with the 2000-01 season. The Ray Romano starrer also has consistently ranked in the top five of all syndicated programming. The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air ran from 1990-96. It stars Will Smith as a version of himself who is sent to live with his aunt’s family in Bel-Air to escape the dangers of inner-city Philadelphia.

Red Balloon Ted
5 months
...or until 2030, when 'Future Ted' talking to his kids will actually (then) be 'Present Ted'. ;)
CT
5 months
At least not until roughly 2025...
Iakovos
5 months
Good, because it's not like I have enough opportunities to enjoy RAYMOND already. I like the show,...