After a brief hiatus, Judge Judith Sheindlin, aka Judge Judy, the Guinness World Record holder for TV’s longest-career judge has made her return to the small screen. After a 25-year run on CBS, America’s favorite judge is making the move to streaming with a new show, Judy Justice. Check out the trailer for the series, below.
Judy will be bringing her fierce attitude and stern demeanor to IMDb TV in her new courtroom series. She will not be alone as Judge Judy executive producer and director Randy Douthit and co-executive producer Amy Freisleben will be joining her on the new venture.
Before fans hear Judy slam the gavel on her new show, they will notice a couple of changes during her streaming series. Judy will be serving justice to criminal and small claims matters, and settlements will be awarded up to $10,000, which is double what it was on her old series.
Fans will notice some new faces in the streaming arbitration-based reality court show. Shiendlin will be joined by her granddaughter and law clerk, Sarah Rose. Whitney Kumar will be keeping a record of the proceedings as the court stenographer for the series. Sheindlin’s bodyguard and retired L.A. probation officer Kevin Rasco will be replacing Judge Judy’s Petri Hawkins Byrd as bailiff.
Judy Justice will give fans a version of their favorite judge that they haven’t seen before as she’ll get to be flashier on streaming than her previous incarnation. CBS still owns the broadcast rights of her popular old series, so her new show will still be competing against reruns of her old one.
Cord cutters can find out how to watch every moment of Judy Justice, below.
When to Watch ‘Judy Justice’
Today marks the series premiere of Judy Justice, with a 120-episode first season, a new episode will release each weekday on IMDb TV.
How to Watch ‘Judy Justice’ Without Cable
Cord cutters can watch all 120 episodes of the first season of Judy Justice for free on any device that supports IMDb TV. An Amazon Prime subscription isn’t required to watch the ad-supported channel, but if you have one, you can find the service under “available channels.”
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