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Mindy Kaling's Project Gives Fox Ratings Bonerz And Is Rewarded With A Full Season!

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Woohoo!

You did it, gurl!

Mindy Kaling's new show The Mindy Project is off to a great start and Fox now promises to give the sitcom an entire year to iron out its wrinkles!

After only a few weeks of modest yet promising ratings, the network ordered a full 22 episode first season!!

Fox Chairman Kevin Reilly was downright thrilled to pass on the good news! He boasted:

“[The Mindy Project is] everything we want to stand for in comedy: smart writing, hugely appealing casts and comedy that feels contemporary and real, which is why we’re confident they will continue to build on what is already an appointment comedy night for young, influential audiences on Tuesdays.”

Sweeeet!

Much like the Silver Fox, we bet this show will only get better with age!

[Image via Stefan Jeremiah/WENN.]

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2 comments to “Mindy Kaling's Project Gives Fox Ratings Bonerz And Is Rewarded With A Full Season!”

  1. Mitch says – reply to this


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    Mindy Kaling could have been relegated to merely being cute, but her brilliant mind catapults her into hot status.

  2. Wilson says – reply to this


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    I’m happy to see Kaling land a full season. She deserves the spotlight, and she will have plenty of transplant fans from The Office cheering her on. I overheard a few coworkers at DISH talking about how Kaling already had some solid writing experience from The Office; with that, I think this show will end up towards the top at the end of the TV season. I’m happy that I have the a Hopper DVR, because I never have to worry about setting a timer for this show—PrimeTime Anytime is a great feature for a forgetful guy like me. What do you think about the fast-paced character environment? The hospital is good for the character development, but I’d like to see all of the supporting cast transition well, outside of it.