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Ike Barinholtz jokes the new season of the show, which moved to Hulu after axed by FOX, will have 'full penetrative sex to open and close each episode.'
The 'Mindy Project' actress and her former 'The Office' co-star reveal the joint project when attending BookCon in New York.
'Short hair don't care. Just a girl in her housedress drinking mini bar vodka,' Mindy wrote alongside a snap of her rocking a new bouncy chin-length bob hairstyle
Revealing that her second memoir is due out on September 29, Kaling debuts the cover for the book via Twitter.
Mindy Kaling's brother Vijay admitted on his website that he pretended to be an African-American to get accepted in medical school.
After years of being treated like she was invisible, it occurs to the 'Mindy Kaling Project' star that people may really unable to see her.
FOX previously shortened the struggling series to 15 episodes but has decided to give it an even fuller season.
The star of 'The Mindy Project' gives hilarious reaction on Twitter after a man mistook her for the 17-year-old activist at an event, tweeting, 'YES!!! SHE IS 17!!!'
The actress, who dated her 'The Office' co-star Novak years ago, opens up about their split in an interview with Howard Stern, and says, 'I love him and I think he's a great person.'
The former 'The Office' star launches expletives when an audience member at an SXSW panel asks her why there's only one female doctor on 'The Mindy Project'.
Both the magazine and the cover model loved the final result although it is strikingly different from the other three covers.
The Julia Braverman-Graham depicter has a chat with her co-star Joy Bryant, talking about three misconceptions of Scientology and how she sill expose the religion to her kids.
The Princess of Pop has reportedly sealed a mega-million deal with Caesar's Palace to perform in live shows over the next two years.
A family is seen celebrating someone's birthday before things turn chaotic, and a man is featured driving while his body is soaked in blood.
Showrunner Greg Daniels says the upcoming January 24 outing marks 'the beginning of the end,' where fans will start to see people behind the fake documentary.