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    Yes, That Was Amy Schumer on ‘Judge Judy’

    During a case about possession of collectible cards on the Aug. 17 episode of the syndicated hit “Judge Judy“, a notable celebrity appeared sitting in the courtroom — actress and comedienne Amy Schumer. Soon after the episode had aired, Schumer confirmed her “Judge Judy” appearance on Instagram. Hell yeah! You know I was in the […]

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    CBS Television Distribution Renews ‘Judge Judy’ Through 2020-21

    CBS Television Distribution has added an additional season to the current renewal order for top-rated first-run syndication strip “Judge Judy,” taking it through the 2020-21 season. Comparably, that will take “Judge Judy.” With Judge Judith Sheindlin, through 25 seasons. The distributor, additionally, has acquired the massive library of episodes from “Judge Judy,” with the rights […]

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    Syndication 2017: The Rich Stay Rich, but Opportunities Still Exist for Newbies

    Unlike the glut of original scripted programs in primetime – an estimated 500 titles, a new record, are expected in 2017 on the combination of broadcast, cable and the digital outlets – new shows vying for national clearances in syndication at the upcoming National Association of Television Program Executives conference (aka NATPE) are actually few […]

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    ‘Judge Judy’ to Develop Scripted Drama Based on Her Life

    Judith Sheindlin, better known as Judge Judy, is entering the scripted drama arena. The daytime court show judge is developing a potential new drama called “Her Honor” for CBS, which is inspired by her own life. “Her Honor” will follow the youngest judge in New York, who cuts through the chaos in Family Court, but […]

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    Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards: And the Winners Were…:

    The 43rd Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards were handed out at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles on Friday. CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” and PBS’ “Mind of a Chef” topped the leaderboard, each with five wins apiece. “Judge Judy” was named Outstanding Legal/Courtroom program, while PBS’ “Sesame Street” won for Preschool Children’s […]

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    Sarah Palin Developing Her Own Daytime Court Show

    Former Alaska Governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who does not have a degree in law, has signed a deal with Montana-based production company Warm Springs to headline a first-run daytime court show. If enough stations express interest (and anything is certainly possible), “Judge Sarah” (or whatever it might be called) will debut in […]

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    Daytime Syndication…the Land Where Time Stands Still

    Many years ago, the National Association of Television Program Executives Conference (aka NATPE) was the pinnacle of overindulgence. Outlets like Warner Bros., Sony Pictures Television and the former Paramount and KingWorld would compete to have the biggest booths and the most lavish parties. I remember the endless food and booze, and entertainment from the likes […]

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