Amazon’s IMDb TV showed off the first look at Judge Judy’s upcoming courtroom streaming series “Judy Justice.”
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“Judy Justice” will premiere on Nov. 1, airing new episodes each weekday, much like her vaunted 25-year-run on “Judge Judy” in daytime syndication.
Here is the premise for “Judy Justice”:
The reality court program, presided over by Judge Sheindlin, adjudicates real-life cases filed from all over the country. Joining Judge Sheindlin in the courtroom are bailiff Kevin Rasco, a retired Los Angeles probation officer and entrepreneur; court stenographer Whitney Kumar, a board-certified court reporter in the state of California; and Sarah Rose, a law clerk and Judge Sheindlin’s granddaughter, extending the legacy of the television and courtroom pioneer by bringing in a new generation of legal analysis.
Earlier this year, IMDb TV executives spoke to TheWrap about what viewers can expect from the first-of-its-kind series.
“She’s going to adjudicate cases, she absolutely is going to be in the center of a court show adjudicating cases,” Lauren Anderson, IMDb TV’s co-head of content and programming, said. “What we really are looking to do is a number of things. We think that there’s an opportunity to lean into what is at this point, really sort of pop culture iconic status that she has.”
“Judy Justice” is executive produced and directed by Randy Douthit and co-executive produced by Amy Freisleben. Scott Koondel is also an executive producer.