The judge in the mind-warping documentary Mindy Projects voyeur case is set to begin the trial next week.
A preliminary hearing will be held in federal court on Friday, and the court will decide whether to move forward with the trial, according to a news release from the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.
The trial is expected to last about two months.
The court is scheduled to rule on the prosecution’s request for a continuance on Tuesday, which could lead to the trial being moved up to a later date, the release said.
It is unclear whether the trial will be heard by a jury or by a judge.
The Mindy project was filmed in 2016, which was the year before former president Donald Trump became president.
The show, which is based on the book by Tina Fey and starring Mindy Kaling, was an instant hit, earning the show more than $100 million at the box office.
It also sparked a conversation about gender equality and the dangers of voyeurism and cyberbullying.
The trial is a first step in the lawsuit that accuses the makers of the show of copyright infringement.
The creators of Mindy said the film was a satire and not intended to be sexual in nature.
They have argued that Mindy’s sexual content is fair use.
The filmmakers have also argued that the show was not intended as a sexual commentary and was not a depiction of sexual activity.
The lawyers for the makers have argued the film contains no sexual content.
In a court filing, the makers said they were surprised to learn of the allegations.
They called the lawsuit baseless, and that Mindey is not an actor, writer, producer or director.