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In which Mindy lets her hair down, although technically not.
She's become one of the only women of color to create, write, produce, and star in her own sitcom.
She picks her favorite episode—it's one she wrote back in season two.
Robert Pattinson, Emma Stone, a bondage-scened Charlize Theron, and more in the greatest star portraits of the month.
They're friends. It's fine. Calm down.
She says it's the "most soul-mate-y of soul-mate movies."
Some heavy hitters have signed on to the freshman comedy.
And many, many more.
"Still thinking about Chris Evans."
Formerly It's Messy, the show is now called ...
With signs of singing-competition fatigue, Glee fading, and House ending, the network needs fresh hits.
Update: Vulture has learned the original report was wrong, and her show remains untitled. So just keep moving...
Mindy Kaling, Michael Imperioli, cops, doctors — our cup runneth over.