Hulu’s “The Mindy Project,” which was created by and starred Mindy Kaling, debuted its series finale on Tuesday, marking its end after six seasons.

The show’s actors and actresses proved their acting chops, both comedic and dramatic, episode after episode, which is why they’re having no problems landing new acting gigs now that the series is over.

Here’s what’s next for the cast of “The Mindy Project.”

Mindy Kaling

“The Mindy Project” is over, but Kaling is already working on new show of hers called “Champions.” She’s executive producing, writing and acting in the upcoming NBC comedy, which also stars “Mindy Project” alum Anders Holm. Kaling will also be in the 2018 film “A Wrinkle in Time” with Chris Pine and Reese Witherspoon, as well as “Ocean’s Eight” with Sandra Bullock and Anne Hathaway.

Ike Barinholtz

After starring as Morgan Tookers in this Hulu series, Barinholtz has two new movies on the horizon. He’ll be in Will Smith’s “Bright,” which is out Dec. 22 on Netflix. He’ll also star in the 2018 comedy “Blockers” with Leslie Mann and John Cena.

Ed Weeks

Weeks is jumping from playing doctor Jeremy Reed on “The Mindy Project” right to another half-hour comedy. He’s starring in Fox’s upcoming “LA to Vegas” as Colin. The series will follow the passengers and crew traveling from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, and back.

Chris Messina

Leaving the doctor profession behind, Messina will play a detective in HBO’s adaptation of the novel “Sharp Objects.” The series will also star Amy Adams, as a reporter who just finished a stay at a psych hospital. Aside from the HBO show, he’s working with Lily Rabe in an upcoming rom-com, “We’re Just Married,” as well as the drama “The True Adventures of Wolfboy” with Chloe Sevigny. Interestingly enough, Sevigny was in a few episodes of “The Mindy Project” with Messina.

Xosha Roquemore

Roquemore is participating in a unique project called “Mississippi Requiem,” which is a collection of four short films based on stories by William Faulkner. Also starring in the short films are James Franco, Alicia Witt, Topher Grace, Amy Smart and fellow “The Mindy Project” alum Beth Grant.

Garret Dillahunt

“Fear the Walking Dead” has just cast Dillahunt in a Season 4 role, but the details about his character are being kept under wraps. He can also currently be seen on Fox’s superhero series “The Gifted.” Along with shows, Dillahunt also has four movies on the horizon, including “The Long Home” with James Franco and Josh Hutcherson, “Braven” with Jason Momoa and “Widows” with Liam Neeson.

Beth Grant

Aside from starring in the short film collection with Roquemore, Grant has many other movies in the works. She’s also working on “The Long Home” with Dillahunt, the adventure film “The Adventures of Thomasina Sawyer,” the comedy “Underwater Upside Down” and the drama short “Wake the Riderless Horse” with Scott Michael Foster.

Fortune Feimster

Feimster is starring in Kaling’s new comedy “Champions.” She’ll be acting alongside fellow “The Mindy Project” alums Kaling and Holm, the latter whom will play the lead role of Vince in this series. Besides this new comedy series, Feimster also has a couple movies coming out. She has “Social Animals” with Aya Cash and Josh Radnor, as well as “Deported” with Megan Park.

Rebecca Rittenhouse

The news just broke last week that Rittenhouse is joining the potential Gina Torres “Suits” spinoff. First, she’ll guest star in the “Suits” Season 7 finale, which will be a backdoor pilot for the spinoff in the hopes that the new series will be picked up. Rittenhouse will play Keri, a city attorney. She also has the movies “Real LIfe” and “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot” coming out soon.