Vote for ‘Subtle Sexuality’ as SXSW panel

SXSW (South by Southwest) is a yearly conference held in Austin, Texas, that celebrates interactive content, film, and music. SXSW 2011 is scheduled for March 11-20, 2011. has submitted Subtle Sexuality: Adds Spice to Shows as a panel and needs your vote to get accepted!

From now until August 27, fans can vote for the panels they’d like to see accepted into the conference. (Fan votes make up about 30% of the decision.)

If accepted, I think the whole Subtle Sexuality team (Mindy Kaling, Ellie Kemper, B.J. Novak, Ed Helms, Nate Federman, and Jonathan Hughes) should attend. :)

Link: Vote for Subtle Sexuality (registration required, voting ends Fri, Aug 27, 11:59 CDT)

Subtle Sexuality will return!

From New York Magazine:

Lead singer and director Mindy Kaling tells us there are “pretty ambitious” plans for the group: “There’ll be two songs and two music videos, and the whole cast [including Ellie Kemper, Ed Helms and B.J. Novak] is coming back.” Kaling will direct both videos, as well as the webisodes accompanying the songs. So will the new tracks be dance-oriented like “Prima Donna,” or can we look forward to a slow jam? “The writers tried to cover so many different genres [with the songs] because we do it so infrequently,” Kaling explains, promising that at least one video will have elements of time travel.

(If you aren’t familiar with Subtle Sexuality, here you go.)

‘Subtle Sexuality’ wins Streamy Award

The Office webisode series Subtle Sexuality, written by Jonathan Hughes and Nate Federman and directed by Mindy Kaling, has won a 2010 Streamy Award for Best Companion Web Series!

The Streamy Awards are “devoted to honoring excellence in original web television programming and those who create it.”

Congratulations, everybody! “You’re blazin’ hot!”