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20 Pieces of Knowledge The Mindy Project Cast Dropped at PaleyFest

The Mindy Project

What was Mindy Kaling's college strategy to become the success she is today? "I never partied or had boyfriends," she deadpanned at Friday's Paley Festival panel for The Mindy Project.

She's not entirely kidding. She focused on her passion at to the expense of not having a busy social life. "I've dated more people on this season of the show than I've met men in my life," she added. "I never got distracted." read more

Mindy Kaling Gives Mindy Project Scoop on Cast Changes, Seth Rogen Appearance

The Mindy Project

The cast changes at The Mindy Project continue.

Recurring star Ike Barinholtz — who plays Morgan and also writes for the freshman Fox sitcom — has been promoted to a series regular, star, creator and executive producer Mindy Kaling revealed at Fox's winter TV previews Tuesday.

The promotion is the most recent of many for The Mindy Project. Stephen Tobolwsky exited in December, Amanda Setton will also soon be departing, and... read more

Criminal Minds' Matthew Gray Gubler: Directorial Debut "Will Creep You Out"

Criminal Minds

What's one way to cope with directing withdrawal? Chop off your hair.

That's what Matthew Gray Gubler did.

"When it ended, I was so distraught, like, 'Oh no! What do I do?' ... I was so bored. I just flipped out and ...
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Logo's Sordid Lives Start to Unravel July 23

Caroline Rhea, Beth Grant and Ann Walker in Sordid Lives: The Series courtesy Logo

What could be bad about any project that puts '80s icons Rue McClanahan and Olivia Newton-John together in one scene? Add the outrageous Leslie Jordan and Caroline Rhea, toss in Bonnie Bedelia and veteran actress Beth Grant (No Country for Old Men) and you have Logo's Sordid Lives: The Series. Based on the 1996 play and 2000 film of the same name, the half-hour show chronicles a "dysfunctional family" in Winters, Texas. And yes, there's the Logo-obligatory handsome young wannabe actor (newcomer Jason Dottley) who's struggling to come out to his Republican Baptist family. Look for Sordid Lives to premiere on Wednesday, July 23, at 10 pm/ET. — Ileane Rudolph read more

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