It's only a matter of hours before fans get to see how Mindy and her crew end up after an action-packed first season of "The Mindy Project." Full of hook-ups, pratfalls and unexpected comedic twists, the season didn't disappoint.
And, by the sounds of it, neither will the finale. "It's a lot. There's a lot of calling back to the pilot," Mindy Kaling told Hollywood Crush at the Fox Upfront Presentation in New York on Monday. “The last minute and half of it is very intense. And when we saw the first cut of it, we had written it so that it would be that way, but it’s like very intense and very romantic and steamy. So you should watch the entire thing and wait until the very end."
Steamy hasn’t always been the perfect way to describe many of Dr. Lahiri's love interests during the show’s rookie season on Fox. Who could forget the drug-addicted, philandering sports agent? But, there have also been some sweet dudes, including Mindy’s recent beau, Pastor Casey. Who ranks on Mindy’s list of best BFs thus far?
Law school dropout. Drink-slinger. Zombie novelist. True American. Nick Miller is a lot of things, but "suave" certainly isn't one of them. Thankfully, that doesn't seem to matter much to love interest Jessica Day, who finally had a sleepover with her bumbling—albeit well-meaning—roommate.
Nevertheless, when the man behind the "New Girl"—actor Jake Johnson—stopped by the MTV Newsroom recently to chat about the season finale (airing tonight on Fox), and we just had to ask him to play a game of "What Would Nick Miller Do?" to find out just how awkward things could get.
From facing the Zombie Apocalypse to being Catfished, we put Nick Miller in some supremely strange situations (so, like, just another Tuesday, amirite?). Perhaps unsurprisingly, both of the aforementioned scenarios prompted answers involving Schmidt.
Click play on the video above to find out what Nick Miller would do!
The hottest new hometown on television, "Ravenswood," has gotten exponentially hotter as of this week—not to mention that it also now has much, much more fabulous hair.
Deadline reports that Britne Oldford, along with her glorious gravity-defying curls, has joined the cast of the "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off as a series regular.
Britne was most recently seen on "American Horror Story" as the surprise victim of an alien abduction (or was she?!), and before that, on MTV's "Skins." On "Ravenswood," she'll play Remy—a clique-defying free agent who'll spend her screen time digging for the truth about the mysterious, ancient curse that overshadows the five main characters.
FROM MTV NEWS: Listen up, Lovatics! Demi Lovato is stopping by MTV tomorrow to talk all about her new album, Demi, in addition to answering fan questions! (Try not to have a "Heart Attack," okay?)
It all goes down at 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday, and will not only stream live on MTV.com, but will air on MTV Hits, as well.
Do you have questions for Demi? Be sure to tweet them to @MTVBuzzworthy using the hasthtag #AskDemi.
Click on over to MTV News for the full scoop on Demi's visit!
Remember when Darren Criss cracked wise with MTV News about the "Glee" kids all being imminently destined for summer employment of the "wacky cruise ship" variety? WELL. Call us crazy, but we wonder if Darren might've been dropping the sneakiest of oblique hints about (or just psychically tapping into the secrets of) the upcoming season and its peculiar quirk: a big break right in the middle that'll leave us all "Glee"-less for weeks on end while the show does...well, whatever shows do when they take big winter breaks. Skiing in the Swiss Alps, perhaps?
Darren's talk of cruise ship-related drama dreams for the "Glee" cast came just days before the news of the mid-season hiatus broke at Deadline, where the whole entire Fox fall season roundup is available for your perusal and/or use in advance strategizing about how best to program your DVR so you won't miss out on a single must-see show. (Except just kidding, there are way too many exciting new things happening on too many channels for you to actually do that, and it's time to stop dallying and waffling around like a wuss and decide where your loyalties lie, sir. YOU HAVE HEDGED LONG ENOUGH.)
Before you flee your cubicle and fall into the comforting embrace of a Happy Hour cocktail, we'd like to turn your attention to something just as intoxicating: a slew of brand new images from the upcoming sixth season of "True Blood."
HBO released nearly two dozen stills from its titillating vampire drama, and if we had to take a guess, this season could be the bloodiest one yet—what with Billith on the loose and a war brewing between the fangs and the fang-nots. But, you'll have to wait until the June 19 premiere to know just how much of the viscous red stuff will be shed. In the meantime, feast your eyes on a collection of images curated for maximum enjoyment by your best gal pals at Hollywood Crush.
Here's Viking vampire Eric Northman all bloody.
Because this is the week that television is determined to break our hearts by not moving forward with any of the shows from our pilot wishlist, today brought more bad news: Deadline reports that The Selection," which looked to be getting a second chance after a rewrite and re-casting this year, has sadly been passed over by The CW. Ugh. Not fair! No dystopian romance in "Delirium," no "Bachelor"-meets-"Hunger-Games" drama in "The Selection"... Hollywood obviously hates us and doesn't want us to have nice things.
The only upside (and there is one, thank everything!): Deadline also has the scoop that one of our new favorite CW shows—the retro-fabulous "Sex and the City" prequel "The Carrie Diaries"—has been renewed for another season. Which means that while we cry into our ice cream over having been deprived of the chance to see the long-awaited adaptations of these beloved YA books on TV, we will at least have the not-entirely-unenticing image of Austin Butler in pegged jeans to comfort us.
Tonight's the night! The fourth season finale of Fox's "Glee" will take center stage this evening, and what a finale it will be! How will New Directions fare at Regionals? Who is Brody's Catfish? And, most importantly, what will Lord Tubbington be wearing?
We can only hope all will be revealed tonight at 9 p.m.!
Fox won't be coming down with a case of deliria nervosa. The network has passed on the Emma Roberts-starring television adaptation of Lauren Oliver's YA novel "Delirium," according to Deadline.
The hour-long drama—set in a near future where love is deemed a disease curable only through a lobotomy-like procedure—wrapped production on its pilot episode last month and was among several potential series up for consideration at Fox.
Several of the would-be show's young stars took to Twitter to express their disappointment over the announcement and thank fans.
"Ravenswood" is quickly becoming the hottest zip code in the state of Pennsylvania. The "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off has added yet another cast member: "Kyle XY" actress Merritt Patterson.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Merritt will play Tess, former best friend to Olivia (played by Elizabeth Whitson), who as luck would have it, is not part of the curse around which the series' plot centers. She'll make her debut in the premiere episode airing after the "Pretty Little Liars" Halloween special.