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Judge Judy: CBS to Pay Tribute to Judy Sheindlin

May 1 2014, 6:51am CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News

Judge Judy: CBS to Pay Tribute to Judy Sheindlin
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CBS is going to pay tribute to its famous day time Judge Judy Sheindlin by bringing her justice to prime time. An hour long special Judge Judy Primetime show will air on Tuesday, May 20 at 8 p.m.

CBS is going to pay tribute to its famous day time Judge Judy Sheindlin by bringing her justice to prime time.  An hour long special Judge Judy Primetime Show will air on Tuesday, May 20th at 8 p.m.

Judy Sheindlin is headed towards primetime. The famous TV judge of day time court shows will now come to primetime in a special episode. Actually the court show’s parent network CBS wants to pay tribute to its famous judge Judy Sheindlin of hit TV show Judge Judy.

 

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Judge Judy happens to be a classic hit show that started in 1996. In fact, it has been the #1 show since the past three years or so. CBS tweeted yesterday that it will bring its famous judge to primetime.

CBS will air Judy Sheindlin's one hour long special "Judge Judy Primetime" show on its network on May 20th at 8 p.m. And this special episode will be all about Judy Sheindlin. It's a tribute to her in which CBS will air Sheindlin's clips from her 1993's 60 Minutes profile. 

"Judge Judy Primetime" special show will reveal how Sheindlin came to Hollywood. And it will also feature excerpts from the 2003 follow-up story. This special primetime show will also feature new cases and highlight Judge Judy's "no-nonsense, tough but fair approach to justice" and her classic "Judyisms," CBS noted in a press release (via E!News).

 

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