The Mindy Project is an American romantic comedy series created by Mindy Kaling. The television series that premiered on Fox on September 25, 2012, and aired on Tuesday nights until March 24, 2015. It then began airing on Hulu on September 15, 2015.

On May 6, 2015, Fox cancelled the series after three seasons. On May 15, 2015 Hulu picked up the show, commissioning a 26 episode fourth season.

On May 4, 2016, Hulu announced it had picked up the series for a 16-episode season 5, which was later reduced to 14.[1].

On March 29, 2017, Kaling announced the series would return for a sixth and final season on Hulu.

Plot Edit

The series follows obstetrician/gynecologist Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) as she tries to balance her personal and professional life, surrounded by quirky co-workers in a small medical practice in New York City. The character was inspired by Kaling's own mother, an OB/GYN. Mindy explores life with the help of her co-workers: Danny Castellano, her best friend and love interest, whose religious sensibilities occasionally cause some tension; Jeremy Reed, an English doctor who manages the practice; Peter Prentice, another doctor who was a fraternity jock while attending Dartmouth; Morgan Tookers, a wacky registered nurse and an ex-con; Tamra Webb, a blunt nurse; and Beverley, the libidinous older office receptionist.

About Edit

The Mindy Project is a romantic/office comedy about a woman who is as successful in her career as she is unsuccessful in her love life.

Starring Edit

Mindy Kaling as Mindy Lahiri, a 36-year-old OB/GYN, who at first idolizes romantic comedies, but soon finds that her priorities change as she experiences her first long-term relationship.
Chris Messina as Danny Castellano, a 40-something OB/GYN and the co-parent of his and ex-girlfriend Mindy's son, Leo Castellano.
Ed Weeks as Jeremy Reed, English OB/GYN and manager of Schulman & Associates.
Ike Barinholtz as Morgan Tookers, resident nurse and ex-con, framed by his criminal cousin Lou.
Beth Grant as Beverly Janoszewski, former nurse and current receptionist at Schulman & Associates.
Xosha Roquemore as Tamra Webb, resident nurse at Schulman & Associates and usually the calm head during office hijinks.

Recurring castEdit

Mark Duplass as Brendan Deslaurier, co-owner with his brother Duncan of the holistic midwives practice upstairs from Schulman & Associates and Mindy's ex-boyfriend.
Jay Duplass as Duncan Deslaurier, co-owner with his brother Brendan of the holistic midwives practice upstairs from Schulman & Associates and a calm, kind soul.
Rhea Perlman as Annette Castellano, Danny's mother.
Anders Holm as Casey Peerson, a Christian minister and Mindy's ex-fiancé.
Glenn Howerton as 'Heathcliff "Cliff" Gilbert, a lawyer in the same building as Shulman & Associates and Mindy's ex-boyfriend.
Jenny O'Hara as Dot, Annette's best friend.
Tommy Dewey as Josh Daniels, a lawyer and Mindy's ex-boyfriend.
Tracey Wigfield as Dr. Lauren Neustadter (originally Dr. Lauren Barinholtz), Jeremy's ex-girlfriend who later marries Peter.
Dan Bakkedahl as Dr. Adrian Bergdahl, an OB/GYN who joins Shulman & Associates after Peter's departure.
Mort Burke as Parker, an intern at the office.
Utkarsh Ambudkar as Rishi Lahiri, an aspiring rapper and Mindy's younger brother.
Mary Grill as Maggie, Mindy's teacher friend.
Max Minghella as Richie Castellano, Danny's younger brother.
Chloë Sevigny as Christina Porter, Danny's ex-wife.
Andrew Bachelor as Dr. T.J. Gigak, Mindy's intern at the hospital.
Kelen Coleman as Alex, Mindy's friend.
Bill Hader as Dr. Tom McDougall, a dentist and Mindy's ex-boyfriend.
Tate Ellington as Dr. Rob Gurgler, Mindy's fellowship advisor in San Francisco and old friend of Danny's.
Richard Gant as Melville Fuller, Mindy's accountant.
Niecy Nash as Dr. Jean Fishman, the lesbian chief of OB/GYN at the hospital Mindy works at.
Gita Reddy as Neepa, a member of the fellowship Mindy's participating in.
B.J. Novak as Jamie, Mindy's ex-boyfriend.
Tim Daly as Charlie Lang, a police officer and Mindy's ex-boyfriend.
Joanna Garcia as Sally Prentice, Peter's sister.
Ellie Kemper as Heather, Josh's ex-girlfriend and Mindy's neighbor.
Rob McElhenney as Lou Tookers, Morgan's cousin.
Cristin Milioti as Whitney, a Wall Street stockbroker who dated Jeremy.
Eliza Coupe as Chelsea, Mindy and Danny's neighbour and love interest for Morgan.
Jay R. Ferguson as Drew Schakowsky, head football coach at Princeton.
Sakina Jaffrey as Sonu Lahiri, Mindy's mother.
Ajay Mehta as Tarun Lahiri, Mindy's father.
Randall Park as Dr. Colin Lee, an ophthalmologist and Mindy's friend.
Josh Peck as Ray Ron, Tamra's ex-boyfriend.
Kevin Smith as himself
Julia Stiles as Dr. Jessica Lieberstein, a hoarder colleague of Danny and Mindy's who ends up dating Morgan.
Allison Williams as Jillian or "Eyepatch", Danny's ex-girlfriend.
Bryan Greenberg as Ben, a new pediatric nurse forced to deal with Mindy and her child's ever changing illnesses
Rebecca Rittenhouse as Anna, a young, put-together but slightly evil doctor in the office who becomes a new foil for Mindy.

Episodes Edit

Main article: Episodes
Seasons Episodes Originally aired Network
1 24 September 25, 2012 – May 14, 2013 Fox
2 22 September 17, 2013 – May 6, 2014
3 21 September 16, 2014 – March 24, 2015
4 26 September 15, 2015 – July 5, 2016 Hulu
5 16 October 4, 2016 – March 28, 2017

Notes and references Edit