After seeing The Mindy Project, what are you going to watch next? More romantic comedies are in store for fans of the series, so if you’ve been hankering after some more laughs, look no further! Due to the widespread interest in love tales, there are plenty of other movies and television shows like The Mindy Project for you to binge on.
1. Never Have I Ever
“Never Have I Ever” (Netflix, 2020) is an American comedy television series that was conceived by Mindy Kaling with Lang Fisher. Kaling’s own experiences as a first-generation Indian American teen are reflected in the series, which follows a modern-day first-generation Indian American teenager.
2. Parks and Recreation
One of the most popular American television sitcoms of all time, Parks & Recreation (NBC, 2009) stars Greg Daniels and Michael Schur. There is a cheerful mid-level bureaucrat, Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), and her parks department in Pawnee, which pursues various projects to improve the city.
3. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Tina Fey and Robert Carlock’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix, 2015) is an American web television sitcom. An optimistic young woman (Ellie Kemper) is forced to adapt to everyday life in New York City after being rescued from a doomsday cult.
4. She’s Gotta Have It
Based on Spike Lee’s 1986 film She’s Gotta Have It, She’s Gotta Have It (Netflix, 2017) is a comedic-drama series on Netflix. Jamie Overstreet (Lyriq Bent), Greer Childs (Cleo Anthony), and Mars Blackmon (DeWanda Wise) are Nola Darling’s three suitors (Anthony Ramos)
A comedy-drama series called GLOW GLOW (Netflix, 2017) was created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch. At an audition for the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, struggling actress Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) is joined by 12 other women, all of whom have never wrestled before (GLOW).
6. Good Girls
Netflix’s Good Girls is an American crime comedy-drama series starring Jenna Bans. Retta, Christina Hendricks and Mae Whitman are three suburban housewives who decide to rob a supermarket to make ends meet. However, they learn that they’re in for a whole lot more than they bargained for.
7. You’re the Worst
Stephen Falk created the American comedy-drama series You’re the Worst (FXX, 2014). As a group, Jimmy (Chris Geere), a self-absorbed writer, and Gretchen (Aya Cash), a self-destructive Los Angeles PR exec, try to form a relationship, as well as their two pals, Edgar (Desmin Borges) and Lindsay (Kether Donohue)
8. The Morning Show
“The Morning Show” is a web drama produced in the United States by “Apple TV+” (2019). The episode focuses on the particular obstacles faced by the women (and men) who perform this daily televised ritual of waking up America.
9. One Day at a Time
An adaptation of the Norman Lear sitcom One Day at a Time (Netflix, 2017) was released in 2017. With the help of her colorful Cuban mother, Lydia, Penelope Alvarez (Justina Machado) is raising her two children as a single Army Nursing Corps veteran (Rita Moreno). In the meantime, she works a normal shift as a nurse for Dr. Leslie Berkowitz (Stephen Tobolowsky) as she deals with her past in the military and her divorce from Victor Alvarez (James Martinez).
Comedy series developed by Mindy Kaling and Charlie Grandy, “Champions Champions” (NBC, 2018) is an American sitcom that premiered in 2018. In Vince (Anders Holm) lives his younger brother, Michael (Andy Favreau), a beautiful, naive slob. There is no time for women and exercise when Vince’s adolescent kid is handed off by one of Vince’s former high school flings on their doorstep.
An American drama television series called Claws Claws (TNT, 2017) was produced by Eliot Laurence and premiered in 2017. When they start laundering money for a nearby pain clinic, five manicurists at the Nail Artisan salon in Manatee County, Florida, enter the usually male realm of organized crime.
An American science fiction comedy satire television series called Upload Upload (Amazon Video, 2020) is the brainchild of Greg Daniels. He dies early and is sent to the afterlife of his choice by Nora (Robbie Amell), who is waiting for him (Andy Allo). In the afterlife, Nathan adapts to life without his loved ones, while Nora, who is still alive, tries to maintain her career.
13. Love, Victor
On Hulu (2020), Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger have created an American romantic comedy online television series based on the 2018 film of the same name, Love, Victor. As a new student at Creekwood High School, Victor goes on a voyage of self-discovery while dealing with issues at home and questions about his sexual orientation. The show follows Victor on this journey.
14. The First Wives Club
Based on Olivia Goldsmith’s best-selling novel of the same name published in 1992, The First Wives Club is a 1996 comedy film. The film stars Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn, and Bette Midler as three divorced ladies who seek revenge on their ex-husbands who left them for younger women and are portrayed by Keaton. Sarah Jessica Parker, Marcia Gay Harden, and Elizabeth Berkley play the husbands; Stephen Collins, Victor Garber, and Dan Hedaya play the lovers; while Maggie Smith, Bronson Pinchot, and Stockard Channing round out the cast. Hugh Wilson directed the film, which Scott Rudin produced and distributed through Paramount Pictures. After its release in North America, the picture was a big surprise at the box office.
15. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Created by Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is an American romantic musical comedy-drama television series. New York City lawyer Rachel Bloom moves to Los Angeles to rekindle her relationship with the man she once loved.
16. Tuca & Bertie
“Tuca & Bertie” is a Lisa Hanawalt-created American animated comedy sitcom set to premiere on Netflix in 2019 and on Adult Swim in 2021. The show centers on the friendship between Tuca (Tiffany Haddish), an arrogant toucan, and Bertie (Ali Wong), a worried songbird. They both live in the same apartment building and are both 30 years old. Following its cancellation after just one season, Adult Swim has decided to bring the show back for a second season
Darren Star’s American comedy-drama series Younger Younger (TV Land, 2015) is based on Pamela Redmond Satran’s 2005 novel of the same name. Single mother Sutton Foster (40 years old) takes advantage of the opportunity to relaunch her career and love life as a 26-year-old after being mistaken for a younger woman. For its final seventh season, the series was shifted to Paramount+ by the network.
18. Looking For Alaska
Josh Schwartz created the teen drama television series Looking For Alaska (Hulu, 2019), based on John Green’s 2005 novel of the same name. New student Charlie Plummer falls in love with another female student at the boarding school he attends (Kristine Froseth)