“That’s the funny thing about people changing,” Mindy Lahiri says as The Mindy Project winds down for good. “It happens so slowly.” Our heroine stands at a wedding, thinking about a dude, same as six years ago. Only nothing’s the same. Not the characters, or the world outside, where what’s ... More »
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Watching this final season of The Mindy Project, I’ve thought a lot about all the other sitcoms that do romance well, like New Girl, Parks And Recreation, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. On all of those shows, romance isn’t as close to the forefront of the premise as it is with The Mindy Project, and yet they pull off… Read more...
Matt Warburton discusses the series finale of 'The Mindy Project'
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The Mindy Project recently came to an end on Hulu, and star Mindy Kaling has already weighed in on whether or not a reunion of the cast could ever happen.
Garret Dillahunt has been enlisted to battle undead in Fear the Walking Dead. The Mindy Project actor is set to join season four of the Robert Kirkman AMC drama as a series regular, Deadline has confirmed. Details about Dillahunt’s role are being kept under wraps, but he is a huge fan of the Walking Dead universe. Show More Summary
"Can we just watch TV? We have the rest of our lives to argue." Meet the new happily ever after: happily ever right now. The Mindy Project ended its six-season journey (which is...
The pilot episode of "The Mindy Project," which aired in 2012, quickly established Mindy Lahiri (played by creator Mindy Kaling) and her love of romantic comedies. The audience learned that Mindy grew up on a steady stream of films such as "When Harry Met Sally" and "You've Got Mail," which set...
As much as we wanted to pretend The Mindy Project would just go on forever and ever, our beloved Mindy Lahiri has taken her final bow. Mindy Kaling's romantic comedy ended with an emotional and near-flawless episode on Monday night, and fans were understandably in their feelings about it. Show More Summary
The Mindy Project never met a rom-com trope it didn’t like. Mere minutes into the pilot episode, Dr. Mindy Lahiri exclaimed, “I’m Sandra Bullock!” The majority of its characters have participated in some form of dramatic rom-com run. (In the best iteration, Jeremy ran in the rain all the way ... More »
As The Mindy Project comes to the end of its six-season run, we can finally make a clear accounting of its legacy. It propelled star and creator Mindy Kaling from supporting player on The Office to one of the first Indian-American leads on television, not to mention a creative force ... More »
Mindy Kaling's rom-com obsessed TV show wrapped up for good on Monday night.
Mindy Kaling is saying an emotional goodbye to The Mindy Project. The 38-year-old creator and star of the show took to her Twitter to write a heartfelt note about starting the series six years ago. “Six years ago I created a show called #TheMindyProject and got to play the lead. Not the sassy friend or [...]
The Mindy Project pulled it off in the end: a happy, satisfying, romantic, and somehow believable ending for our heroine. Of course, Mindy Kaling and her writers benefitted greatly by knowing this season would be their last, and the short, ten-episode run served their purposes perfectly. The show meandered for ... More »
Throughout its six-season run, The Mindy Project has been known for its A-list guest stars, from James Franco to Reese Witherspoon. But on the series’ penultimate day of filming, the biggest names on set are a Newfoundland named Tiny, who’s slobbering on the boss’s velvet shoes, and a wirehaired mutt ... More »
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