It’s the sixth and final season of The Mindy Project on Hulu which means we will be without the series that had a stylish female lead who didn’t compromise about being professional AND embracing color!
“Costume designing The Mindy Project has been a career defining experience for me, I could never have imagined how magical this project would be. Looking back over six seasons and 117 episodes, I am very proud of the colorful, fashionable world I was able to create and share with the fans of The Mindy Project. This exhibit is a gift to the fans who have been so supportive all these years,” said costume designer Salvador Perez.
To celebrate this milestone the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills will have “The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez interactive exhibit with cast costumes from past and present seasons. It will feature life-size episodic photography, costume sketches and behind-the-scenes video segments that will take visitors inside Mindy Lahiri’s fun, fabulous and oh-so-stylish closet! The first-of-its-king exhibit is curated by the series’ Emmy-nominated Costume Designer and President of the Costume Designers Guild, Salvador Perez and will run exclusively at the Paley Center beginning August 26, 2017.
“We’re thrilled to give fans of The Mindy Project the rare up-close opportunity to see the fun and vibrant costumes worn by the loveable Mindy Lahiri,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s President & CEO. “This exclusive exhibit is one of the many examples of the unique, artistic, and immersive exhibit experiences the Paley Center provides to visitors year round.”
“Salvador Perez is an incredible artist who matched Mindy Lahiri’s larger-than-life personality with couture beyond any woman’s dreams. You may not approve of everything Mindy says, but you always approve of her fashion,” said The Mindy Project creator, writer, executive producer and star Mindy Kaling.
The final, sixth season of The Mindy Project premieres Tuesday, September 12 on Hulu, with new episodes streaming weekly on Tuesdays. All episodes of seasons one through five are currently streaming on Hulu.
In addition to the exhibit, the cast and creative team of The Mindy Project, including Mindy Kaling, will appear at the Paley Center on September 8, as part of PaleyFest Fall Previews. The evening will include a special preview of the upcoming season and an intimate discussion with the cast and creative team, followed by an audience Q & A. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit paley.me/previews.
“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez which is free and open to the public, will run at the Paley Center through October 1, 2017. For more information visit paley.me/mindyexhibit
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About The Paley Center for Media:
The Paley Center for Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with locations in New York and Los Angeles, leads the discussion about the cultural, creative, and social significance of television, radio, and emerging platforms for the professional community and media-interested public. Drawing upon its curatorial expertise, an international collection, and close relationships with the leaders of the media community, the Paley Center examines the intersections between media and society. The general public can access the Paley Center’s permanent media collection which contains over 160,000 television and radio programs and advertisements, and participate in programs that explore and celebrate the creativity, the innovations, the personalities, and the leaders who are shaping media. Through the global programs of its Media Council and International Council, the Paley Center also serves as a neutral setting where media professionals can engage in discussion and debate about the evolving media landscape. Previously known as The Museum of Television & Radio, the Paley Center was founded in 1975 by William S. Paley, a pioneering innovator in the industry. For more information, please visit paleycenter.org
About The Mindy Project Season Six:
She’s done it! After five seasons of The Mindy Project, Mindy’s (Kaling) bagged herself a husband. Sure, an impulsive elopement wasn’t the fairy tale wedding of her dreams, but now it’s finally time to see what comes after “I do.” But it’s hard for Mindy to settle down as a married lady when there’s so much juicy drama at Shulman and Associates! As Jeremy (Ed Weeks) and Anna (Rebecca Rittenhouse) navigate the uncertainties of a new relationship, Tamra (Xosha Roquemore) signs on to be Lahiri Fertility’s newest (and top-secret) patient. And as The Mindy Project‘s hilarious final season draws to a close, will Morgan (Ike Barinholtz), Jody (Garret Dillahunt) and the rest of the doctors and nurses find their happily ever after? And will Mindy decide that “having it all” is really all she ever wanted?
The Mindy Project stars Mindy Kaling, Ed Weeks, Ike Barinholtz, Beth Grant, Xosha Roquemore and Fortune Feimster. The Mindy Project is created and executive produced by Mindy Kaling. Executive producers also include showrunner Matt Warburton, Howard Klein, Charlie Grandy and Michael Spiller. The Mindy Project is a Universal Television production, in association with 3 Arts Entertainment.
Hulu is a leading premium streaming service that offers instant access to live and on demand channels, original series and films, and a premium library TV and movies to millions of subscribers in the U.S. Since its launch in 2008, Hulu has consistently been at the forefront of entertainment and technology. Hulu is the only streaming service that offers both ad-supported and commercial-free current season shows from the largest U.S. broadcast networks; libraries of hit TV series and films; and acclaimed original series including Emmy-nominated series The Handmaid’s Tale, The Mindy Project, The Path, 11.22.63, the Golden Globe® nominated comedy series Casual, as well as the upcoming Future Man, Castle Rock, Marvel’s Runaways and The Looming Tower. In 2017, Hulu added live news, entertainment and sports from 21st Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal, CBS Corporation, Turner Networks, A+E Networks and Scripps Networks Interactive to its offering – making it the only TV service that brings together live, on-demand, originals, and library content all in one place, across living room and mobile devices.
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I’m so excited that I will be able to attend the final day of the Paley Center Fall TV Preview!
I’m beside myself that I was able to swing a ticket to the sold out writers of the Mindy Project Panel (Hulu) and want to have my style game on POINT!
I mean who doesn’t love Mindy’s fashion on the series? It’s always brightly colored, body conscious AND shows off her quirky personality. Normally TV series don’t influence my style but Mindy’s brown (like me) and curvy (like me but on a smaller scale). Of course I’m talking about Salvador Perez, a celebrated costume designer who’s worked with the casts of Castle, Moonlight, Veronica Mars and Pitch Perfect.
The mix of texture and color that he uses on her curvy body has allowed me to imagine wearing outfits like that but on a less expensive scale! Since I’m attending the final night of the 2016 Fall TV Preview am torn between a couple of dresses and outfits to mix and match. I’m coming straight from work so can’t wear anything TOO zany but would love for my fangirl/fanboy nation to suggest what I should wear to impress Mindy and the rest of the panel. Of course my FAVORITE is the girly bubble gum pink suit! The first time I saw this outfit I gasped I wanted it soo bad!
Courtesy of Hulu
Tie Waist Skirt Citronelle
Ah well enough Mindy Project Fashion Porn. Now for my outfits! I’m torn between wearing white blouse (like a jacket) with either the polka dot dress or one of the skirts with a t-shirt. Am I Mindy Project worthy??? Leave a comment below about what I should wear tomorrow and your favorite Mindy Style! ……
Studio Tulle Midi Skirt Tibetan Stone
Spellbinding Ability Dress in Gold Dots by ModCloth
Studio Split Poplin Back Top
|Thursday, September 15 – HULU
PaleyFest Fall TV Previews Special Event: The Mindy Project: Inside the Writers Room
The Mindy Project: Inside the Writers Room Panel featuring:
Mindy Kaling, Creator, Executive Producer and “Mindy Lahiri”
Ike Barinholtz, “Morgan Tookers”
Matt Warburton, Executive Producer
Additional guests to be announced.
Posted in Fashon Tagged with: Curvy, Curvy Blogger, Curvy Style, fashion, Fasionista, Mindy Kaling, Modcloth, Paley Center, PaleyFest, plus size, Style, Style Blogger, The Mindy Project
I’m a huge fan of the Mindy Kaling Project and when it first premiered on Fox I was very curious about a female led series starring a woman who didn’t look like a lead cast member on TV normally. I fell in love with the zany series as I followed a woman that was like me. Doing OK with the career but love life was a complete diseaster always choosing the wrong guy for the wrong reason.
Thursday, September 15 – HULU
PaleyFest Fall TV Previews Special Event:
The Mindy Project: Inside the Writers Room
Mindy Kaling, Creator, Executive Producer and “Mindy Lahiri”
Ike Barinholtz, “Morgan Tookers”
Matt Warburton, Executive Producer
When Fox canceled the series I yelled <boo> from the rooftops the show wasn’t perfect but it was fun and one of the few series led by an Asian actress! When Hulu took the opportunity to continue the series I expected a big change from budget per episode to more freedom to explore adult subject matters. Hulu has delivered more a signature series that keeps me subscribing but no binging since it’s released weekly like network TV.
I’ve always wanted to chat with not just the cast and producers but the writers of the series that embraces a quirky curvy woman who is confident and sexual. Well the Paley Center has answered my prayers! This year the Paley Fest opening Fall TV Preview 2016 will be a talk with the writers of the series.
I want to chat with them about the major cast change of Danny and Mindy splitting up to accommodate his no longer being a FT cast member. Last season they explored co-parenting with humor and the sharp edges of two strong willed people still trying to control the other. I think the sixth season should be a great arc and able to focus on not only new regular cast members but more of her co-workers at the clinic. I really like the storyline of the egg clinic but it can be a story suck with not that much payback so hope they cut it down even further so that we can enjoy her interacting with dating, navigating being a single divorced mom and friendship. Every woman needs her crew!
If I get on the red carpet I want to ask about how they will handle Danny as a recurring character. Will he be written out or use text/phone calls/notes to keep the story of co-parenting. Does Hulu allow free reign with humor and adult subject matter or have they ever looked at a script and said that’s a step TOO far?!? Will you age up the child to create more comedy situations with him going to school and being a rebellious kid? I know that they have shoehorned a connection with the new doctor but I’d like her to be back on the market and dating ‘United Nations’ style! It’s hilarious when Mindy skewers the casual racism within POC communities. I’d love to have more episodes of Mindy interacting with the Indian and Asian communities with episodes of how Asian’s rank themselves, introducing her son to other interracial kids/families, a ‘funny’ episode about profiling and her exploring more Indian centric episodes with her family. I LOVE her brother he’s hilarious, handsome and can sing! Have they ever thought of a Bollywood/Musical episode with original music and lots of dancing! I love that Mindy loves her curvy body and that she’s a confidant sexual woman. For instance a suit makes you think of a line or episode?
That’s a lot of questions but I am very curious about the writers of this zany series. What do you think I should ask the stars and writers? Leave the question below…..
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Anders Holm (from Workaholics and The Mindy Project) is coming down to San Diego Comic Con for a signing on Saturday of his comic book called ‘Echo Island’. It’s about a bunch of kids at summer camp having a good time till … the crazed killer decides to ruin the party … or should I say KILL the party???
If you want to check it out, buy a book and chat with Anders as he signs it head over to the Tavern Bowl at 5:00pm
Saturday July 20th
Location: Tavern Bowl 930 Market Street, San Diego
Posted in art, Books, Comedy, San Diego Comic Con Tagged with: Anders Holm, Camp, Comedy Central, Comic, Gaslamp, Graphic Novel, Jason, Killer, San Diego, SDCC, Signing, Summer Camp, The Mindy Project, Workaholics