We asked The Mindy Project’s resident bro what “bro lingo” means to him.
Three of the best comedies on TV right now came together in one awkward scene, and it was perfection.
“As you can see right there, I am Dartmouth undergrad and Dartmouth medical, so I have double Ds.”
Woah, Nelly. Season three of The Mindy Project is kicking ass and taking names already!
“My body is very attracted to your body, but when you speak my brain gets angry.”
As told by The Mindy Project.
“I’m living my dream life, so now I need to make more plans. Or just die, which sounds dramatic and cool.”
La série de Mindy Kaling redémarre le 16 septembre, pour notre plus grand bonheur.
Be your own role model. Channel your inner Beyoncé Pad Thai.
Everyone’s favorite kickass showrunner.
As Mindy famously said, “If we are indulging in imaginary situations…”
The Mindy Project has been renewed for a 15 episode third season. The Mindy Project fandom has been tweeting FOX with the hashtag #FullSeasonForMindy to try to convince them to order more episodes.
Who better to play her than, er… herself?
We all know you want to be BFFs with Mindy Kaling, but here’s why Adam Pally would make the greatest BBF ever (Best Bro Friend, duh).
If you’ve paid attention to indie film over the past few years, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Chris Messina’s work — but he wasn’t always one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors. In his own words, Messina recounts a career trajectory full of challenges, from getting cut out of a Meryl Streep movie and nearly quitting the business to stumbling over Aaron Sorkin’s complex dialogue on The Newsroom.
Mindy Kaling, Chris Messina, and Ike Barinholtz told BuzzFeed how The Mindy Project’s big breakup was orchestrated, why fan outrage is welcomed, and whether Mindy has said good-bye to Danny for good.
Three writers and fans of Mindy Kaling’s Fox show sit down to talk about Kaling’s take on race, gender, body image — and what it means for viewers who don’t often see themselves reflected in television.
These two are what “It’s complicated” was invented for.
Things haven’t changed that much in Hanover since 2001.
The dancingggggg. Among other reasons you’re totally in love with The Mindy Project’s babeliest grump.
From Pete Campbell’s sarcastic retort to the best “YOLO” of the year, here’s a look back at 2013’s most quotable television moments. Presented in no particular order.
Whether you’re looking for an excuse to stay in on New Year’s Eve, or something to distract you from your New Year’s Day hangover, here are 15 TV marathons to indulge in over the holiday.
How many sour worms are they worth? Warning: SPOILERS if you haven’t watched up to Season 2, Episode 8.
Mindy Kaling’s single-camera comedy is not only hitting all of its marks in its second season, it’s surpassing them… and leaving New Girl in its wake.
Chris Messina is an actual puppy, but he pretends to be a human actor. Who will end this charade?!
Alternate title: WHY DID ABC EVER CANCEL HAPPY ENDINGS?!
When 30 Rock ended a few months ago, we were all left with a cheese-shaped hole in our hearts. Luckily, the The Mindy Project is here to patch that hole.