Bring Back Happy Endings
Vulture called its cancellation one of the "worst TV decisions" of the 2012-2013 season." It has been called "the Best Comedy of the 2011-2012 season" and prior to its cancellation "the best show on TV." Critics adored it! But the network moved it around on their schedule too often for people to keep up. And at the time, ABC thought Modern Family was the only comedy that mattered. Which may be why so many people didn't even know about it when it WAS on.
It's so good that VH1 and Logo both bought the syndication rights to the show even though there were only 57 episodes. (Thanks you two for that. But you know what would have drawn more viewers: picking it up for season four) They devoted their New Years' and Labor Day weekend respectively to Happy Endings marathons showing all 57 episodes!
...Hey Hulu, Hey. What's up? ...So that was awesome that you picked up The Mindy Project after it's cancellation. You know what show would be go great teamed up with Mindy? Happy Endings. Casey Wilson is already affiliated with Hulu (The Hotwives) and Adam Pally is on Mindy. And they could do both. (Pally is(/was? No. IS.) a recurring character, and the first season of Hotwives (of Orlando) was filmed in seven days.) Just a suggestion. Don't feel pressured. You're lucky that you picked up Mindy because that alone gives you my unwavering love, so even if you don't pick up HE, I'll still love you.
But any other networks or streaming services that I am indifferent towards: Here's your chance to earn my love and the love of millions!