Mindy Kaling in ‘The Mindy Project’

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012 | 29 comments


Here’s a trailer of Mindy Kaling’s new comedy, ‘The Mindy Project,’ with guest star Ed Helms!

The Mindy Project premieres tonight on FOX.

Previously posted news on the next page.

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  1. 29. Carla  

    I really enjoyed the pilot. I thought it was cute and funny and highlighted Mindy’s voice as a writer well, more like her book than the character of Kelly. I chuckled out loud more than a few times. I hope it gets a decent shot. Good luck, Mindy!

  2. 28. andrew  

    I thought episode 1 was great. Congrats mindy!

  3. 27. jobar  

    I watched the show last night. I’m sorry to say this but it was awful.

  4. 26. Limey  

    I enjoyed the first episode of The Mindy Project. It’s very girly, but I am a girl so that’s fine by me! Ed Helms was awesome as suave Dennis, Mindy’s perfect date.

  5. 25. fanbla72  

    nice work.

    sounds like the pilot will be awesome based on the acting line up, alone.

    it’ll be sad to see The Office go, but at least the show’s commercial success means we will continue to see work by many of the talented creators involved.

  6. 24. remember to call  

    Congrats, Mindy! Thanks for 8 great years of your contributions to The Office – I can only hope you will at least return as a contributing writer occasionally.

  7. 23. Trent Tercenio  

    Congrats Mindy! Oh and it does say Ed Helms is guess-starring so he isn’t a regular quite yet.

  8. 22. Dan  

    @#21 Ed is guest-starring in the pilot. It doesn’t say that he’ll be a regular on the show.

  9. 21. BrokenBrain  

    Congrats to MK, of course. Interesting choice with Ed Helms as, in my opinion, he does not seem to have romantic chemistry with anyone in anything I have seen him do and he seemed more likely to go the movie route since he seems to have had the most success, except for SC.

    Seems like maybe be a 13 episode run of S9 (assuming enough of the cast returns, which may not happen either) that leads into the Dwight spin-off? Does that get the show to 200 eps?

  10. 20. Limey  

    [ from tanster: saw that, thanks! ]

  11. 19. ascribe  

    It really does sound like the show is coming to an end with all this news of other projects, especially the Dwight one, and I wonder about Ed Helms staying on too. Though I’ve always thought of Mindy Kaling as writer/producer foremost and actor second, and can’t quite imagine her in a central acting role.
    I had high hopes for this show at the end of season 7 that just haven’t held up with the mostly weak season so far. Maybe it is time to just wrap it all up, and give us a great farewell like they managed with Michael. I’ll really miss these characters though, there isn’t another show quite like it.

  12. 18. Katrina  

    He doesn’t hate it…he was being sarcastic, mocking all of the haters out there who deemed it a bad idea.

  13. 17. remember to call  

    Considering Rainn Wilson hates the Dwight spin-off idea, I don’t know how certain we can be that there will be a Dwight spin-off. Meanwhile, The Office can survive without Mindy Kaling, although the writing quality may probably take a hit (that is, presuming this new show doesn’t fail within a few episodes).

  14. 16. Christine  

    I am ecstatic for Mindy! This is news I think I can handle. I do understand the concern that this seems to be wrapping up the show though. It just seems like it’s putting the final nail in the coffin that I’ll never get to a set visit. :( I can’t afford the auctions. I half attempted to ask Angela Kinsey everyday to take me to work with her for a day, but didn’t want to come off a total psycho so quit. :(

  15. 15. Mark  

    What a horrendous job by NBC letting her go to another network. That sounds about right for NBC.

  16. 14. Ben  

    The Dwight spinoff/Mindy pilot snare at Fox make it clear that, whatever else happens, there isn’t going to be a Season 10 of The Office. No chance of that. And it feels more and more like the show is getting ready to not have a Season 9, either; if Paul Lieberstein is part of the Dwight project, who would be the showrunner when he focused on that? I don’t think NBC trusts any of the other writers or producers to take over for Paul in that case. I hope I’m wrong but all of these news bits seem designed to warm the hearts of fans who are clamoring for the show to end as soon as possible.

  17. 13. Tim  

    i really wish she was doing her show with nbc!

  18. 12. Bob  

    All this talk about “spin-offs” and such feels like “death-by-a-thousand-paper-cuts” for Dunder-Mifflin. Of course, it IS a paper company…

  19. 11. Daniel  

    Damn this isn’t looking good for The Office. I can see the show going on without Mindy, but it would be too much to lose Rainn.

    Is any of the cast contracted for next season?

  20. 10. Erin  

    Almost positive this is the last season for the office. Can’t wait to see mindy in her own show!

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