Mindy Project: Pop-Up Exes, a Killer Cousin and 6 More Season 3 Nuggets
Mindy and Danny finished The Mindy Project‘s second season in rom-com bliss, wrapped in each others’ arms, sprawled on the observation deck of the Empire State Building. Happily ever after starts now, right?
Not so fast. As Season 3 starts READ MORE
Mindy Project Shocker: Shonda Rhimes Is a [Spoiler] Champion!
Fargo Breakout Allison Tolman Headed to Mindy Project for Arc? You Betcha!
Fargo‘s Allison Tolman is bound for somewhere far more desolate and dangerous than frigid Bemidji: the Manhattan dating scene.
Mindy Project Casts Shonda Rhimes (Yes, Shonda Rhimes) to Play [Spoiler]
The Mindy Project is taking a trip to Shondaland.
TVLine has learned exclusively that the A-list creator of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal is set to make her acting debut in a fall episode of the Fox comedy. READ MORE
The Mindy Project: Niecy Nash Joins Season 3 Cast as Mindy's New Rival
Mindy Lahiri, we believe you’re about to meet your match.
TVLine Items: Gotham Casts Mobster Maroni, Mindy Taps Sunny Star & More
The Mob is invading Gotham.
Fox’s upcoming Batman prequel series has tapped Dexter alum David Zayas to recur as READ MORE
The Mindy Project Season 3: Cheers Vet Rhea Perlman to Play Danny's Mother
Three Cheers for this casting.
The Mindy Project has tapped four-time Emmy winner Rhea Perlman to join the Season 3 cast in the recurring role of Annette Castellano, Danny’s (Chris Messina) mother, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE
Primetime Emmy Nominations 2014: My Snappy Judgements
The 2014 Emmy nominations were, as per usual, both thrilling and infuriating (mostly the latter). For every inspired nod (congrats, Kate McKinnon!) there was one that had me scratching the skin off my scalp (no best drama nod for The Good Wife?!). So without further adieu, I give you the good, the bad and the downright ugly from this year’s list. READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: The Mindy Project EP, Mindy Kaling Talk Danny's Mom, Lucky Breaks and 'Hardcore Making Out'
The Mindy Project may be a smart, silly, starry-eyed comedy about an urban gynecologist looking for love, but executive producer Matt Warburton says the Fox series’ second season took major inspiration from AMC’s gritty Rick Grimes and his haggard band of zombie fighters. READ MORE