Archive for the ‘Zoe Jarman’ Category
+ Wine, Women & Shoes Event Benefiting The Children’s Action Network – 5/06/14 (Zoe)
+ YAHOO Presents Comedy Gives Back @ SXSW – 3/09/14 (Adam)
+ 2014 American Comedy Awards – 4/26/14 (Adam)
+ “G.B.F.” DVD Release Party – 2/13/14 (Xosha)
+ 7th Annual ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood – 2/27/14 (Xosha)
Shulman & Associates is downsizing.
TVLine has learned exclusively that originalMindy Project castmember Zoe Jarman, who plays naive, confidence-challenged receptionist Betsy Putch on the Fox comedy, will not be returning as a series regular in Season 3.
A show spokesperson confirmed the news, but noted that Jarman “has been asked to guest star, so it’s possible that fans will see her next season.”
Since its launch two years ago, The Mindy Project has made a number of casting tweaks – so much so that Jarman was one of only four remaining original series regulars (joining Mindy Kaling, Chris Messina and Ed Weeks).
MATT WARBURTON (Showrunner)
Shows He has Binge Watched: I tore through all of “The Wire” in about a month. It’s actually easier for drama I think than comedy. I mean, it takes a stronger version of a TV fan to binge watch comedy. That’s a lot of jokes to sit through in a few hours.
Advice on Binge Watching “The Mindy Project”: “I would recommend [drinking] whiskey cocktails and [eating] sour straws. Sour straws are Mindy the real person’s favorite.
ED WEEKS (Jeremy Reed)
Shows He Has Binge Watched: I got into “The Sopranos” recently. I watched the whole six seasons in about a month. It was pretty full on. You know, it’s not a light show. It begins lightly and then it becomes very, very heavy and you get depressed about everything in your whole life and you start believing you’re a New Jersey gangster and you start mistrusting everybody and thinking they’re going to kill you. So that was a pretty intense experience. I like to binge on TV shows. I like to pile them all on my DVR. It’s probably not good for the ratings so I apologize to those shows that need those ratings. “Community” was a very recent one, which I just think is so f–king hilarious.
Advice on Binge Watching “The Mindy Project”: To me the best advice is on binge watching, it’s more of a view on shows and how they develop. It’s very interesting to see how the world mature. A show initially has to get on its feet. Then it starts to become amazing. I’m a writer as well so I’m always curious about that phenomenon. I think part of it is people start to get more comfortable in their roles and the writing gets more confident. But I think also the audience gain familiarity. So you start to begin to love these characters and then you love the show more. So I think that’s what happened with us. The fans have found us. I would invite them to eat corn chips. It’s one of Mindy’s character’s favorite snack foods. And just drink vodka. Fall asleep. Press pause and wake up a couple days later regretting everything and pick up again.