The Mindy Project

Fox has ditched The Mindy Project, which break up continues to be rough.

While the show might locate a house on Hulu for several seasons based on an identical source who dished that it wouldn’t be revived by Fox, we are still unhappy to see it leave Network TV.

Naturally, this got me thinking about other longlost shows that met with their death. Some found a house elsewhere, some others disappeared into our collective memory.

So, as you lift a pledge for The Mindy Project, pour one out for these fallen homies also.

Arrested Development. Fox took it off the air years before while it was given a brand new house on Netflix. Their reaction now? “I have made an enormous error.”

<em>Arrested Development</em>. While it was given a new home on Netflix, Fox took it off the air years earlier. Their reaction now? "I've made a huge mistake."

Community. This overly relied on its cult following to both bring back a revival is found by creative Dan Harmon AND on Hulu. This show is absolutely like “I understood Childish Gambino before it was cool.”

<em>Community</em>. This too relied on its cult following to both bring back creative Dan Harmon AND find a resurgence on Hulu. This show is totally like "I knew Childish Gambino before it was cool."

Firefly. This Joss Whedon masterpieces even garnered an Emmy win, and was lauded by critics and supporters alike. Soon, Fox. Soon.

<em>Firefly</em>. This Joss Whedon masterpieces was lauded by critics and fans alike, and even garnered an Emmy win for Visual Effects. Too soon, Fox. Too soon.

Hello Ladies. Stephen Merchant’s uproarious take on the LA dating scene was bloody spot on, blokes… cheers! Nevertheless, HBO decided to cancel it after just one season — it get a picture though. So, that is something.

<em>Hello Ladies</em>. Stephen Merchant's hilarious take on the LA dating scene was bloody spot on, blokes... cheers! However, HBO decided to cancel it after only one season -- it DID get a movie though from the ole Home Box Office. So, that's something.

Southland. Boy, oh boy, did TNT twist the f*cking pooch

<em>Southland</em>. Boy, oh boy, did TNT screw the f*cking pooch on this one.