When Mindy Kaling's sitcom "The Mindy Project" debuted two years ago, people, including critics (who are, appearances to the contrary, actually people) seemed to either love it or hate it.
Then, as it shifted a bit in tone and casting -- more on the guys, less on the work -- many of those folks switched sides. Either way, it is one of the more mercurial shows on TV, at least in terms of audience and critical reaction, with people expressing extreme admiration or disappointment, often on alternate weeks.
TV critic Mary McNamara and TV reporter Yvonne Villarreal talk about why this is and what it means for Kaling, for comedy and, possibly, even the fate of the world.
Speaking of which, the Golden Globes nominations are out this week, so they'll be talking about that as well -- and maybe even some residual "Walking Dead" and certainly a little "Sleepy Hollow" (Though they may have to do an entire show on that next week!)
So join them at noon, and, as always, tweet your comments and questions to #asklatimes! See you there?
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