fox the mindy project

Brooklyn 99: doesn’t get the recognition it deserves

happy endings: cancelled after 3 seasons

scrubs: was always on the verge of being cancelled

cougar town: was cancelled and then brought back for only 3 more short seasons

community: always on the brink of cancellation, moved to yahoo and finally cancelled

undateable: was cancelled after doing a hilarious live season

new girl: is getting a 7th season but it will only be 8 episodes because fox wanted to cancel it after season 6

the mindy project: was cancelled and then moved to hulu

parks and rec: got 7 good seasons but mostly underappreciated

 

and yet for some reason the big bang theory now has 11 seasons!  

all the aforementioned shows are/were better written, better acted and are/were actually funny

also bill Lawrence creates better comedies then chuck lorrie

Adi TV Studios is still fighting for Eyewitness, and we cannot give up either!

USA Network has canceled Eyewitness after one season, but this does not have to be the end. This is not what we were hoping for, but there is a point in keeping at it and fighting for our favorite show! Shows have been un-canceled before and it can happen again!

  • Scrubs moved from NBC to ABC in 2008
  • Stargate SG-1 was canceled by Showtime after 5 seasons and it moved to Sci-Fi for another 5
  • Star Trek The Original Series was in danger of being canceled after season 2 and look what it is today
  • Cagney & Lacey was canceled by CBS after 2 seasons and a letter writing campaign brought it back for 4 more
  • The Killing was canceled by AMC and moved to Netflix
  • The Mindy Project was canceled by Fox and picked up by Hulu for more episodes
  • Nashville was canceled by ABC and found a new home with CMT
  • Roswell was canceled twice - first the WB picked it up again and then it moved to UPN
  • Southland was canceled by NBC and picked up by TNT for another 4 seasons

These are just a few examples of a lot of times it has worked. THERE IS HOPE. DON’T GIVE UP!

Tweet #WeWantEyewitnessSeason2 , #Eyewitness , #Philkas and @ your Tweets to Netflix, AmazonVideo, Hulu or anyone else you can think of.

Let’s make ourselves heard! We’re still here! We still have a chance! And we have Adi TV Studios on our side. Let’s do this!

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Mindy Kaling Comedy ‘Late Night’ Taps Director Nisha Ganatra

Nisha Ganatra, a busy TV director who’s helmed episodes of Transparent and The Mindy Project, has been tapped to helm Fox 2000’s Late Night which has a script by Mindy Kaling.

Kaling is also starring in the project with Emma Thompson. The story centers on Thompson’s character, a late-night talk show host who’s at risk of losing her long-running show right when she hires her first female writer (Kaling).

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BLACK WOMEN ON TV, FALL 2014

Miranda Bailey, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) || Bonnie Bennett, The Vampire Diaries (CW) || Jasmine Braverman, Parenthood (NBC) || Renee Clemons, Gracepoint (FOX) || Zoey Dalton, Nashville (ABC) || Gabriela Dawson, Chicago Fire (NBC) || Stephanie Edwards, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) || Victoria Gates, Castle (ABC) || Daisy Grant, Madam Secretary (CBS) || Dena Jackson, Red Band Society (FOX) || Rainbow Johnson, Black-ish (ABC) || Annalise Keating, How to Get Away with Murder (ABC) || Abbie Mills, Sleepy Hollow (FOX) || Jenny Mills, Sleepy Hollow (FOX) || Fish Mooney, Gotham (FOX) || Lanie Parish, Castle (ABC) || Margaret Pierce, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) || Olivia Pope, Scandal (ABC) || Michaela Pratt, How to Get Away with Murder (ABC) || Joanna Reece, Forever (ABC) || Camille Saroyan, Bones (FOX) || Stephie, A to Z (NBC) || Tamra, The Mindy Project (FOX) || Loretta Wade, NCIS: New Orleans (CBS) || Iris West, The Flash (CW) || Charmonique Whitaker, Selfie (ABC)

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'Future Man': How 'Back to the Future' and 'Terminator 2' Inspired Seth Rogen's Hulu Comedy
Rogen and his producing partner Evan Goldberg, along with the star and producer Josh Hutcherson, preview the time travel action-comedy series ahead of its Tuesday premiere.

When Josh Hutcherson first met with Seth Rogen and his producing partner Evan Goldberg about Future Man, he knew immediately it was something special.

“They pitched me this show that was so ridiculous and so unique and nothing like I had seen anywhere before,” the Hunger Games actor recalls from his trailer on the Hulu series’ Culver City set.

It might sound like standard hyperbolic actor talk, but a closer look at the premise of the Hulu comedy suggests otherwise.

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