Fox has canceled the beloved The Mindy Project after three seasons in which the show gained a devoted following but failed to rise in the ratings.

The Mindy Project Canceled

Throughout its three-season run, The Mindy Project managed to get a cult following that made it relevant on social media and in pop culture. Furthermore, it proved to do well on DVR and with online viewing, but continued to have low ratings for a broadcast comedy, leading to Fox’s cancellation of the show, reported Entertainment Weekly.

In response to the breaking news about her show, Mindy Kaling took to Instagram with an cryptic video captioned,  “Hey guys, I’m in Montana, is anything happening in LA?” After panning the landscape, Kaling gave a wink to the camera – perhaps hinting that there are better things to come.

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Following the announcement that Fox had canceled The Mindy Project, reports claimed that the show could get revived on Hulu. Mindy Project producer Universal TV is reportedly already in talks with the streaming service, according to Deadline. It’s suggested that Hulu could be thinking about picking up a fourth and fifth season of the show.

Whether or not The Mindy Project will continue, Kaling still has a busy 2015 ahead of her. She voices a character in the forthcoming animated flick Inside Out and will release her latest book Why Not Me at the end of September.