‘Judy Justice’: When Do New Episodes Drop to the Amazon Streaming Service, IMDb TV?
After 25 years with CBS, Judy Sheindlin retired from Judge Judy only to create Judy Justice episodes on Amazon Prime‘s streaming service, IMDb TV. Although the new series is branded as a completely new show, it closely follows the old format. The 79-year-old television personality will continue to her long run as a television arbitrator in an updated, flashier courtroom. When do new episodes of Judy Justice drop to Amazon, and how can viewers watch Judge Judy’s new show?
When do ‘Judy Justice’ episodes drop to IMDb TV on Amazon?
Judy Sheindlin returns to the courtroom in Judy Justice on Nov. 1, 2021. New episodes of the Amazon IMDb TV series drop every weekday, similar to the CBS Judge Judy TV show. However, for the initial run, four episodes of Judy Justice are available for streaming as of Nov. 1. CBS also airs four episodes of Judge Judy back-to-back in the 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily time slot. Although Amazon Stuidos and IMDb TV sounds like an obscure streaming service, many new and unique shows dropped there recently, including LulaRich (the LulaRoe documentary series).
How to watch Judge Judy Sheindlin in her new show
Many viewers of the CBS show, Judge Judy, might be confused regarding the new way to watch episodes of Judy Justice. Instead of tuning in to CBS at 4 p.m. EST, viewers can stream Judge Judy on her new show anytime day or night through the IMDb app. The app is available on phones and tablets with both iOS and Android operating systems. Viewers can also head to Amazon Prime Video and watch for free with or without a subscription to Amazon Prime.
How many episodes is ‘Judy Justice’?
Deadline reported that Judge Judy Sheindlin signed a contract with Amazon Studios and IMDb to produce 120 episodes over two seasons of Judy Justice. To date, this deal is the most significant initial order package for a streaming service.
Who is in the new ‘Judy Justice’ cast?
Judge Judy Sheindlin’s new cast for Judy Justice episodes bring in her granddaughter, Sara Rose. She previously worked as a production assistant for Judge Judy. Sara takes on a new role as the legal analyst supporting Judge Sheindlin. A former board-certified court reporter, Whitney Kumar, joins the Judy Justice cast as the courtroom stenographer.
One of the significant changes within Judge Judy’s new TV series is the new bailiff, Kevin Rasco. He is a former Los Angeles probationary officer and was head of the behind-the-scenes security at Judge Judy in the last three seasons of the CBS show. However, many viewers might be shocked not to see bailiff Petri Hawkins Byrd alongside Judge Judy Sheindlin.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Byrd found out about the new series the same way everyone else did. Judge Judy Sheindlin announced the news during an episode of The Ellen Degeneres Show in March 2020.
“My assumption is if you were going on to do something else, that you were at least going to ask me if I wanted to have the opportunity to audition for the role,” Byrd told Entertainment Weekly.
Randy Douthit and Amy Freisleben continue to executive produce the new series, Judy Justice, on IMDb TV.