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The Mindy Project is no more, but the show might already be getting a second life elsewhere.
Fox canceled the Mindy Kaling-helmed OB/GYN comedy on Wednesday after three seasons. Although beloved by fans, The Mindy Project suffered from low ratings. It aired its last episode in March.
Fans planned tweetstorms at the show’s airtime—even during off weeks—to put Fox on notice, and many of them were distraught at Wednesday’s news. Their outrage and messages of love for the cast and crew quickly took over Twitter and Tumblr’s trending topics
The Mindy Project being cancelled is the rudest thing I’ve ever seen and I have seen Snape kill Dumbledore
— Marc Snetiker (@MarcSnetiker) May 7, 2015
how could they cancel mindy project?!?!?! if i don’t get to see that half indian half italian baby i will actually explode
— Bonita N. (@bonitanong) May 7, 2015
But all hope might not be lost. Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Hulu might already be gearing up to save it. The streaming service is reportedly already in “serious talks” with Universal Television, which produces The Mindy Project, to bring the show back for multiple seasons. Vulture puts that number at two and says that Hulu would likely produce 12- or 13-episode seasons.
The move would be a logical one without too much red tape, given that episodes of The Mindy Project already stream exclusively on Hulu. And this arrangement is far from unprecedented. Netflix resurrected Arrested Development after it had been off the air for nearly a decade and brought back Trailer Park Boys for another season. Although Hulu was an early contender to save Community last year, it was ultimately Yahoo that swooped in for the rescue.
Kaling, who’s currently in Montana, only commented with a wink to the camera—and her followers.
A video posted by Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) on
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.