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It looks like Hulu has been a pretty good deal for The Mindy Project. The former Fox comedy was revived by the subscription streaming service and given a huge episode order for Season 4. Now, Hulu has opted to renew The Mindy Project.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt will be popping up in an episode of The Mindy Project after it makes its transition over to Hulu. Go ahead and add that to your list of reasons it's great news the series earned a second life as part of the subscription streaming service.
A lot of comedies and dramas headed into early graves over the last couple of weeks, but today we have great news regarding one of them. Just a week after getting cancelled, The Mindy Project has announced it will be back for Season 4.
Fox has officially pulled the plug on The Mindy Project after three critically acclaimed seasons. But there’s a small chance that we haven’t seen the last of Dr. Mindy Lahiri and her gang of misfit friends and coworkers.
A recent episode titled “I Slipped” involved some in-the-bedroom action between Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and boyfriend Danny (Chris Messina) where he “accidentally” sticks it in the wrong place, a plotline that has become the center of some conversations about sexual consent on television.
Fox announced their 2014-2015 schedule this morning, and in addition to adding some of their anticipated new series -- Gotham included -- the network has made a few notable changes to their primetime line-up, including moving one of their popular live-action comedies to Sunday night and putting a new hour-long series on Tuesday, ahead of their New Girl/Mindy Project comedy block.
Whether or not you believe it's Spring may depend on your weather situation right now, but for TV purposes, Spring has sprung and the networks are rolling out their pre-Summer programming, which for Fox, includes Chris Meloni in Surviving Jack, the return of Kitchen Nightmares and the arrival of new drama Gang Related...
After going through the motions of highlighting everything about 2013, we felt it was time to look ahead in order to clue you in who’s on the cusp of making it big in 2014. This week, we're highlighting 30 Rock alum and The Mindy Project writer Tracey Wigfield, one of the funniest women writing in television today. If the world is just, this will be the year of the Wiggles (a new nickname we just made up for her right now).
Breaking Bad's Emmy-winning matriarch Skyler White (also known as Anna Gunn to all the non-methheads out there) has left New Mexico behind in favor of the Big Apple antics over on FOX's The Mindy Project. The actress will play Dr. Lahiri's professional crush, a sleek and sophisticated doctor by the name of Sheila Hamilton. Set to appear in the series’ 13th episode, Dr. Lahiri’s admirations are apparently mutual, as “the Tory Burch of Manhattan OB/GYNs” seems to have eyes for Mindy as well. Naturally, we're dying to know who is the one who knocks in this situation.
One of the great things about James Franco is that you never really know what he's going to do next. Whether it's starring in feature film, recurring on a soap opera or getting roasted at Comedy Central, the actor seems up for just about anything. And that includes a guest spot in a network TV comedy, as Franco has signed on for a 2-episode arc in The Mindy Project.
Fox is the fourth of the five major networks to announce their Fall 2013 premiere schedule, and for the network that recently brought us American Idol, there's a lot of X Factor on the menu. Fortunately for those who aren't looking for more singing, there are some returning dramas and comedies, and some promising looking new programs joining the lineup later in September.
Fox announced their 2013-2014 lineup this morning, along with the planned schedule, which sets up new comedies on Tuesday nights and adds a number of other new series to the schedule, along with the returning shows. Among the new series is J.J. Abrams' sci-fi cop series Almost Human, Seth MacFarlane's new live-action comedy Dads and new animated comedy Murder Police.
American Idol might be dropping in the ratings, but the show has been hardcore promoting to cover its tracks, offering extras like the new SuperVote system to keep audiences invested. This week, Fox’s singing competition program will unveil “Still Rolling” a new feature that will give TV viewers access to the moments after an Idol contestant is eliminated but the cameras are still taping.
The Following isn't the only Fox series to receive an early renewal. Freshman comedy The Mindy Project has also been given the thumbs up for a second season, as has Raising Hope and New Girl, which locks down the three Tuesday night comedies, and leaves room for a fourth, assuming Fox is still planning to continue airing two hours of comedies on Tuesday night (or some other night during the week).
Could Fox be eyeing a Thursday time slot in the future for New Girl and The Mindy Project? It’s hard to guess at whether it means anything, but the network will be giving the two comedies a chance to try out the new night in the near future. The first week of April will see both shows air on Thursday.