‘America’s Court’ Gets Two-Season Renewal

The syndciated half-hour court show from Entertainment Studios is cleared in 85% of the U.S. and is now a go through 2016.

America’s Court with Judge Ross has been renewed for two more seasons, which will take the syndciated half-hour court show from Entertainment Studios through the 2015-16 season.

America’s Court is cleared in 85% of TV homes, including on stations owned by CBS, Gannett, Univision, Titan, Tribune, Sinclair, Cordeillera, Meredith, Entravision, Cox, Trans America, Griffin, Corridor, Schurz, Mission Broadcasting, Comcorp, Bonten, Drewry, Quincy, Block, Lin, Post-Newsweek, Journal, West Virginia Media, Scripps, Nexstar, New Age, Northwest, Sainte, and Lockwood.

“With the increasing success of our television court shows Justice for All with Cristina Perez featuring three-time Emmy-winner Cristina Perez, this season’s new series Supreme Justice with Judge Karen and next season’s Justice with Judge Mablean launching in fall 2014, we are incredibly proud to have our Emmy-nominated series America’s Court with Judge Ross enter its fifth and sixth seasons with 85% national clearance on this many prestigious station groups,” said Byron Allen, founder, chairman and CEO of Entertainment Studios, in a statement.


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Roger Lyons says:

February 28, 2014 at 8:11 am

Who watches this crud? They’re the worst court shows on TV, bar none!


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