‘Judge Mathis’ & ‘The People’s Court’ to End with Seasons 24 & 26, Respectively

Judge Mathis And The People’s Court They are both ending their TV runs after being affected by difficult market conditions in the daytime syndicatation landscape.

Judge Mathis The show has been broadcast for 24 seasons. It won a 2018 Daytime Emmy award for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Programme. It was the first court show to feature an African American juryist.

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The People’s Court The Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Programme in 2014 and 2015, 2020, 2021 and 2021 were awarded. Twelve nominations were made.

The People’s Court It is the first court series to use binding arbitration. This format was introduced in 1981.

This show is the longest-running traditional show on television and the second-most popular court show overall, with 39 seasons. Divorce Court By 1 season.

Judge Marilyn Milian is the show’s longest-running arbiter, presiding for 22 years beginning in 2001. Original series ran between 1981 and 1993 with Judge Joseph Wapner. The current show was revived on September 17, 1997.

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