‘Cristina Perez’ Cleared In 85% Of U.S.

Entertainment Studios Inc.'s new dual English- and Spanish-language court series launches this fall on a range of station groups.

Entertainment Studios Inc. announced 85% percent U.S. clearance for its court series Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez which is being in produced in English and in Spanish simultaneously.

A daily courtroom series shot exclusively in HD, Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez now boasts clearances with TV station groups including: CBS Television Station Group, Weigel Broadcasting, Newport, Sinclair Broadcasting, Media General, Turner Broadcasting, Titan, Bonton, Schurz, Journal, Newsweb, Roberts, Barrington, TV Groupo, Gray Television, Roundtable Broadcasting, LIN, Nexstar, Meredith and Sainte Partners II.

Cristina Perez is a lawyer, three-time Emmy Award-winning television personality, radio host, author, columnist, mother and wife.

Pérez is the first Hispanic judge to cross over from Spanish-language to English-language television. Her syndicated show for Twentieth Television — Cristina’s Court — won three consecutive Daytime Emmy Awards for “Outstanding Legal/Court Show” in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Those three Emmy wins were the first for a Twentieth Television daytime show.

Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez is produced and distributed by Entertainment Studios.


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joanne gauvin says:

March 14, 2012 at 12:46 pm

Awesome… just what daytime needs, another court show….really

Alison Pavitt says:

March 14, 2012 at 2:24 pm

At least its not ANOTHER Talk show for 12. Lets see which of these will be around in 2014…

Roger Lyons says:

March 15, 2012 at 12:04 am

But, ES’s two current court shows (America’s Court and We The People with Gloria Allred) are among the lowest-rated in syndication (and one could say, the most unprofessional-looking productions as well). I’m surprised station managers look at this and want to air it.

Alison Pavitt says:

March 19, 2012 at 3:54 pm

Ratings are arguably low, but the shows are still within first 2 years. I think they look good and despite my personal opinion of Gloria Allred (who is A PAIN! ) the shows are entertaining enough. Cristina should pan out well for these guys…


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