After three seasons, Fox has reportedly canceled "The Mindy Project."
According to multiple outlets, the Mindy Kaling-created comedy won't be renewed for a fourth season on Fox, but there may be hope for a future on Hulu. Universal Television, which owns "Mindy," is reportedly in talks to move the series to the streaming service for a multi-season deal. A representative at Fox could not confirm the show's status, and Hulu had no comment.
Chris Messina, who plays Kaling's love interest Danny Castellano on the show, told E! Online that he didn't know if "The Mindy Project" would be renewed back in April. "You'll probably find out faster than I will. I'm the last person to know these things ... I'd love to see Danny and this baby," he said, referencing the major plot point in Season 3 in which Mindy became pregnant with Danny's baby.
Season 3 ended its run in March, but if Hulu's on board, there's hope we'll see more of Mindy, Danny and a Lahiri-Castellano baby to come.
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