Fox Renews New Girl, Mindy Project, Raising Hope

New Girl with Zooey Deschanel
A scene from 'New Girl' - Photo Courtesy of FOX
Fox announced they’ve renewed the comedy series New Girl, Raising Hope, and The Mindy Project for the 2013-2014 season. The Mindy Project gets a second season, New Girl will be back for season three, and Raising Hope is set to return for season four.
“We love working with these talented producers and casts who, week after week, create some of the funniest work on television,” said Kevin Reilly, Chairman of Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company. “These shows are creatively vibrant, they have established a loyal and passionate audience and they will continue to define and grow the FOX comedy brand next season and beyond.”
According to the network, New Girl is the #1 comedy among women 18-34 and The Mindy Project is the #1 new comedy of this season among women 18-34. And Raising Hope is on the top 20 sitcoms list for adults and teens.
Coming Up:
New Girl – “Guys Night” Airing Tuesday, March 12 at 9pm:
Jess (Zooey Deschanel) comes to a conclusion about her romantic feelings for Nick (Jake Johnson), and she struggles to tell him – until she’s hopped up on pain medication. But after admitting her feelings, she finds out he may have been keeping something from her. Meanwhile, Schmidt (Max Greenfield) becomes obsessed with buying a fish, which Winston (Lamorne Morris) sees as a metaphor for Schmidt’s unresolved feelings toward Cece (Hannah Simone), and Nick plans a bar promotion to impress the bar owner (guest star Odette Annable).
The Mindy Project – “Mindy’s Birthday” Airing Tuesday, March 12 at 9:30pm:
Morgan (Ike Barinholtz) throws Mindy (Mindy Kaling) a surprise birthday party, but when her two worlds collide – personal and professional— it’s nothing to celebrate. Meanwhile, Jeremy (Ed Weeks) and Danny (Chris Messina) fight over the same girl (guest star Kelen Coleman, Newsroom).
Raising Hope – “Burt Mitzvah” and “Mom’s Day” Airing Thursday, March 28 at 9pm and 9:30pm:
In “Burt-Mitzvah,” Burt’s (Garret Dillahunt) parents (guest stars Shirley Jones and Lee Majors) come to town with the surprising news that their son actually is Jewish. So Burt takes a musical crash course in his newfound heritage, to prepare for the Bar Mitzvah he never had. Then, in “Mom’s Day,” it’s a Mother’s Day to remember as Burt and Barney (Gregg Binkley) take a road trip to Maw Maw’s (Cloris Leachman) childhood home and discover that her mother may still be alive. Needless to say, multiple generations of crazy gather under one roof.
Source: Fox

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