‘Judge Faith’ Gets Second-Season Renewal

The Trifecta-distributed syndicated court show, which airs on stations including Fox TV Station’s MNT affiliate WWOR New York, is averaging a 0.7 household rating and a 0.3 among women 25-54 this season through December, according to Nielsen.

Syndicated court show Judge Faith has been renewed for a second season to begin this fall, distributor Trifecta Entertainment confirmed Tuesday.

“Out of the box, it started nicely and we think it will continue to grow next season,” says Hank Cohen, CEO and partner at Trifecta.

The show, which airs on stations including Fox TV Station’s MNT affiliate WWOR New York, is averaging a 0.7 household rating and a 0.3 among women 25-54 this season through December, according to Nielsen.

Judge Faith is hosted by Faith Jenkins, a former New York City prosecutor and a frequent legal analyst on cable news networks CNN, Fox News and MSNBC.


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Keith ONeal says:

January 14, 2015 at 9:43 pm

Not available in the Orlando, FL DMA.

    Wagner Pereira says:

    January 15, 2015 at 12:00 am

    As this is a website for people in TV, you think anyone that cares does not know that? Suggest you search for consumer tv sites where your tv knowledge will “shine”, lol.


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