Judge Judy’s new court show will air free on IMDb TV

Joseph Wilkinson, New York Daily News
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Court is back in session.

Judge Judy Sheindlin will preside over a new court show on IMDb TV, the Associated Press reported. The premiere date for the show has not yet been revealed.

Sheindlin, 78, announced in March that “Judge Judy” will end its 25-year run with CBS and syndicated stations in May 2021. At the time, she promised to launch a new show called “Judy Justice." Amazon Studios, which runs IMDb TV as a free streaming service, did not include a title in Thursday’s announcement.

Whatever the name, the replacement show will be a lot like the current “Judge Judy,” Variety reported.

With CBS, Sheindlin raked in $47 million per year, making her television’s top-earning personality, according to The Hollywood Reporter. When talking about the end of “Judge Judy,” Sheindlin implied that the TV giant had nudged her out the door.

“If you’re not tired, you’re not supposed to stop," she told Ellen DeGeneres in March.


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