While "The Mindy Project" fans rejoice reading Hulu's decision to pick up their favourite show, followers of "The Legend of Korra" are eagerly waiting to know whether Netflix will save the popular series or not.
American online streaming company recently revealed that they have taken up Mindy Kaling's popular romantic comedy series and will air 26 new episodes of Season 4, along with the earlier seasons.
"I am thrilled The Mindy Project has found a new home on Hulu, where so many of our fans are already watching the show. It's such an exciting place to be," stated the creator while sharing his excitement with fans, according to Wired.
"The Mindy Project" is the latest among other television shows, including NBC sitcom "Community", AMC crime drama "The Killing", and FX legal thriller "Damages", that has been picked up by online streaming companies after being cancelled by cable networks.
The continuing trend of TV world has increased the hopes of "The Legend of Korra" fans. Ever since Nickelodeon cancelled the animation series, they are eagerly waiting for a nod from Netflix since it was the first online streaming media to begin the trend by airing popular sitcom "Arrested Development".
The followers of "Avatar: The Last Airbender" sequel filed several petitions for the show or its spinoff on Korra and Asami Sato's relationship. But, recent reports suggest that a new season or a spinoff will not be possible since series creators Bryan Konietzko and Mike DiMartino have decided to focus on individual projects. "We're all tired and burnt out. We need to move on and take that next step," they said, according to Hypable.