MTV is going off the air for two weeks on September 10 and 11.
The show is coming to a close after a five-year run on the network.
“Mind Game” premiered in 2009.
The series stars James Deen, who stars as a mentally disabled boy whose family is forced to move from New York to Los Angeles.
The title is a play on the word “mind” and is based on the term “mind games” popularized by the late John Steinbeck.
The episode is the first to air in the 10th season of “The Mindy Project.”
The show’s creator, Scott M. Gimple, is the creator of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
In 2017, the show received four Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
The “Mind games” episode was inspired by the popular book, “The Art of Mind Games,” by Mark Twain.
The book was written by author Matt Weiner and the “Mindgames” episode is based off the plot of the book.
The program also features the voice of actor Bill Murray, who is the host of the popular TV show, “Last Comic Standing.”
The episode was created by Gimple and producer Brian Crampton.
The finale is slated to air on September 23.
MTV will also honor the contributions of “mind-bending” movies like “The Matrix” and “The Last Temptation of Christ” on the 10-day celebration of MindGames.