Her hard-nosed, no-nonsense, gritty fortitude in the courtroom is what makes her a television juggernaut — her soft, sensitive, maternal nature at home is what makes her a loving grandmother.
CBS2/KCAL9′s Paul Magers sat down with Judge Judy herself to discover more of the woman behind the gavel, and just what keeps the show’s long-enduring appeal going.
A Palos Verdes Peninsula High School teacher had the opportunity to meet Judge Judy Sheindlin—and sit in the front row of her courtroom—thanks to an essay she wrote for a Facebook competition.
Judge Judy is doing more than holding court on TV. She’s now dishing out advice online.
Judy Sheindlin has signed a multiyear deal to stay with the long-running syndicated program that last season ranked No. 1 in daytime, CBS Television Distribution said Monday.
TV’s “Judge Judy” is out of a Los Angeles hospital after an overnight stay and says “all is well” with her.
TV’s “Judge Judy” is hospitalized in Los Angeles for an undisclosed condition.