Entertainment Studios Renews Five Court Series

The Byron Allen studio orders production of 650 new half-hour episodes for the 2020-21 season.

Entertainment Studios announced the order of 130 new half-hour episodes for five of the studio’s current court series. These series renewals consist of a total of 650 new half-hour episodes for the 2020-21 season, effective immediately.

All five Entertainment Studios court series are carried in broadcast syndication in 90% of U.S. television markets and on the ES network JusticeCentral.TV. DirecTV, AT&T U-verse, Verizon FiOS and Dish Network are among the many platforms that also carry JusticeCentral.TV. The first Entertainment Studios court series — America’s Court With Judge Ross – launched in fall 2010 and is about to begin its 11th season.

The five Entertainment Studios court series:

  • America’s Court with Judge Ross — Nominated for an Emmy Award, Judge Kevin Ross shows litigants how they can responsibly deal with their disputes and understand the consequences of their actions. It premiered in fall 2010.
  • Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez — Three-time Emmy-Award winner Cristina Perez is back on the bench. It premiered in fall 2012.
  • Supreme Justice with Judge Karen  Twice elected as a county court judge in Miami, Judge Karen Mills-Francis is known for her feisty, full-of-life personality and passionate advocacy for families and children. It premiered in fall 2013.
  • Justice with Judge MableanThis Emmy-nominated series features Mablean Deloris Ephriam, who also presided as the judge for seven seasons (1999-2006) on Divorce Court. It premiered in fall 2014.
  • The Verdict with Judge Hatchett — Two-time Emmy-nominated host Judge Glenda Hatchett presided on Judge Hatchett for 14 seasons. That show won a Prism Award for Best Unscripted Non-Fiction Series or Special for Television. The Verdict With Judge Hatchett premiered in fall 2016.

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