Fargo was a hit Oscar-winning film in 1996, but nearly 20 years later, it remains to be seen if fans want to see more. On Tuesday at 10/9c, FX is betting that they will when it debuts its new Fargo series starring Oscar winner Billy Bob Thornton and Hobbit star Martin Freeman
Chris Messina, Mindy Kaling
Having recently been renewed for a third season, disproving TV's usual out-of-sight/out-of-mind policy, Fox's The Mindy Project emerges from a three-month hiatus with back-to-back episodes (Tuesday, 9/8c) demonstrating Mindy Kaling's devotion to screwball comedy. A concept which Amy Schumer would probably find a way to make sound really, hilariously dirty. (Her uproarious Comedy Central sketch-com Inside Amy Schumer returns at 10:30/9:30c, making this an especially happy April Fools Day.)
Mindy Kaling, Chris Messina
After nearly two seasons of repressed feelings and sexual tension, The Mindy Project's midseason finale shocked viewers when Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and Danny (Chris Messina) shared a passionate kiss on a flight en route back to New York.
"I thought that some people might dig it or some people might not dig it ... but I was definitely kind of shocked that people had such a visceral experience with it," Messina tells TVGuide.com.
Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele
Comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have joined FX's upcoming Fargo adaptation.
The duo, best known for their Comedy Central sketch show Key and Peele, will star in a guest arc in the final four episodes of the 10-episode series.
Chris Messina, Anders Holm, Bill Hader
On last week's winter finale, The Mindy Project made our dreams come true when Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and Danny (finally!) kissed. While we wait until the comedy returns on April 1, we thought we'd look back and see how Danny stacks up to Mindy's past love interests.
So check out our rankings below, from least dateable to the ultimate OTP.
Torture! Clones! Betrayal! Sexting! And just sex! From touching series finales (farewell, 30 Rock and The Office!) to Game of Thrones' brutal Red Wedding, 2013 was brimming with fantastic hours of television. TVGuide.com has compiled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.
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Here are Episodes 10-6. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21, Episodes 20-16 and Episodes 15-11.)
These are the guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the second week of November sweeps:
Monday, Nov. 11
How I Met Your Mother (CBS)
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is back as Ted's reviled, pompous former boss.
Better Call Saul might turn into Better Call Bob!
Breaking Bad's Bob Odenkirk has landed a new gig on FX's upcoming limited series Fargo, the network announced Friday.
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Odenkirk, best known for playing the shady lawyer on the AMC hit series, has been cast as Deputy Bill Olsen...
Glenn Howerton, Mindy Kaling
As of Wednesday, star-writer- executive producer Glenn Howerton has spent 100 episodes annoying, angering, grossing out — and just downright offending — viewers as Dennis Reynolds on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Wednesdays, 10/9c, FXX). So for his latest trick, Howerton is going very against type to woo Mindy on The Mindy Project. "It's more fun than I could possibly tell you to play somebody who's such an insane sociopath as Dennis. But I really wanted to do something different," Howerton tells TVGuide.com of his arc on the Fox comedy, which kicks off Tuesday (9:30/8:30c). Howerton spoke with TVGuide.com about his on-screen sparks with Mindy, hitting 100 episodes of Sunny and why Season 10 might still be...
The Mindy Project
Even the most die-hard Mindy Kaling fans had to acknowledge that The Mindy Project's first season had some flaws. And unfortunately, right when the show seemed to be finding its groove, the season was over. Now, The Mindy Project is back for Season 2 and poised to be the great comedy we always wanted it to be.
The first season of the The Mindy Project suffered from a severe lack of focus. Torn between being a workplace comedy and a meta rom-com, The Mindy Project was a little all over the place. Certain episodes featured so many disjointed story lines that it felt stitched together like a comedy Frankenstein. But even amid the confusion, the show always had enough great jokes — delivered by some of Hollywood's hottest actors — to keep me watching.