For several years now, we have been in the throes of an era critics like to refer to as a “TV renaissance.” This ostensibly means that since the success of The Sopranos and The Wire, writers, directors and producers have been challenging themselves to make better, more literary and long-lasting series, built upon…
To be quite honest, when The Mindy Project moved to Hulu this season, the only reason I kept watching was because I had access to a Hulu Plus account. A higher barrier of entry would have likely stopped my viewing entirely, as I was almost completely turned off by the accidental pregnancy story line introduced in…
Mindy Kaling’s character on The Mindy Project has had some trouble making friends. Evidently, so has Mindy Kaling.
Danny Castellano lives to strip tease another day.
Mindy Kaling’s sitcom The Mindy Project has been cancelled, but it might get a second life on Hulu.
The Mindy Project's third season ended on Tuesday, but Fox hasn't announced if it will renew the series—leaving cast members like Chris Messina, who's hilarious as Mindy's boyfriend and baby daddy Danny Castellano, wondering.
Mindy Kaling posted this photo on Instagram, hinting that Kris Jenner might play a guest role on The Mindy Project. The caption: "Mindy Lahiri & Kris Jenner: Best friends? @krisjenner #comingsoon #themindyproject." Trick question: Will Kris be acting or will she play herself?
The Mindy Project has featured some disappointing losses lately, but they're certainly trying to make up for it with amazing guest stars. Case-in-point, Orange Is the New Black's Laverne Cox will soon be making an appearance on the Fox sitcom.
A big thing happened on last night's episode of The Mindy Project, as Mindy and Danny were torn between settling down in New York or San Francisco. Also, this is where we say goodbye to Peter/Adam Pally and I'm truly heartbroken.
The list of dateable qualities about Danny Castellano has been extended after Tuesday night's episode of The Mindy Project. My and Mindy's boyfriend did the moonwalk, and it was a beautiful thing. Chris Messina will not stop dancing and who can blame him.
Mindy Kaling has clearly gotten a lot of attention in the past few years, both for the success of her show The Mindy Project, but also for its weaknesses. She's also clearly a bit tired of it, a sentiment she expressed in an interview that aired Thursday on NPR about being a pioneer in her field and the high standards…
In Tuesday night's episode of The Mindy Project, Shonda Rhimes guest-starred as herself, a brilliant TV producer who also happens to be a beer pong specialist. Because why not.
Tuesday night's edition of The Mindy Project, charmingly titled "I Slipped," tackled the topic of when guys accidentally slide into Fifth Base, aka the unexpected anal slip-in during sex.
A couple months ago, I deleted Tinder from my phone, fed up with the deluge of passive, shirtless guys on there. Great idea, thanks for the memories, but I'm gone. Some of my friends still entertain it, gathering stories to be published in Fangoria, I presume. There are so many awkward tales that network TV wants…
Have you ever wondered why men become gynecologists? What prompts guys like Danny Castellano of The Mindy Project or Bill Masters on Masters of Sex to take up a speculum and go to work? Well, someone investigated and it got pretty ... interesting.
During the premiere of season three of The Mindy Project Tuesday night, Chris Messina — aka Danny Castellano — danced around partially clothed not once but twice, first to Boston's "More Than A Feeling" and then to Lenny Kravitz's "American Woman."
Mindy Kaling graces the cover of this month's issue of Flare magazine, and in the accompanying interview addresses the curious fact that even though all of the main characters in The Mindy Project work in an OB-GYN clinic, the show has never brought up abortion. Well, she sort of addressed it.
If you are a woman or person of color in an executive position and are looking to create a more diverse work environment, sorry, you'll have to leave that to the noble white man.
The finale of season two of The Mindy Project, which aired last night, was chock full of so many references and reinterpretations of three of Nora Ephron's most famous movies they were hard to keep track of.