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Judge Judy to Star in New Courtroom Show for IMDb, Amazon

If you’ve been seeking justice for a minor grievance (for example, a neighbor peed on your leg during what you had fervently believed to be a rainstorm), fret no more. Judge Judy Sheindlin will be returning to court in the Untitled Judge Judge Sheindlin Project from Amazon Studios, set to stream on their IMDb TV service.

The news followed Sheindlin’s announcement back in March that her iconic courtroom show Judge Judy, which premiered in 1996, would come to a close after the series’ 25th season, and that she already had a new project in the works. There’s currently no word as to when her new show will premiere.

“I’m over the moon to be in business with Amazon Studios and continuing this incredible journey with them on a new platform is so exciting,” Sheindlin said in Amazon’s press release. “I used to yell at my husband, Jerry, for all

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Hamilton , Wicked and Cats , Oh My! See the Today Show Hosts’ Broadway-Themed Halloween Costumes

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The curtain is up on the Today Halloween extravaganza!

On Friday, the cast of the Today show channeled the best of Broadway, paying tribute to some of the most iconic musical characters to ever hit the stage.

Carson Daly introduced the star-studded show by first honoring New York City’s beloved theater industry that was forced to shut down amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“This year, we’ve seen the lights go down on Broadway, but that is about to change,” Daly began. “The lights are going up and the curtain will rise on a one of a kind show in certainly a one of a kind year.”

The first act to hit the stage was Dylan Dreyer and Sheinelle Jones, who dressed as Chicago‘s Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart.

The pair showed off their best “Razzle Dazzle” on stage in their flapper-inspired outfits, performing a dance from

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Judge Judy Sheindlin’s New Court Show Lands at Amazon Studios and IMDb TV

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Judge Judy Sheindlin will be banging her gavel and bringing a new court to order at Amazon Studios and IMDb TV.

The Amazon-owned free streaming service has picked up her new as-yet-untitled court show, around eight months after Sheindlin announced the project following the end of “Judge Judy” after a historic 25 seasons.

The show will see Sheindlin preside over a different court with her usual iron fist, featuring no-nonsense, expeditious verdicts on a new array of cases, litigants and judgments. The move is a hugely splashy one for Amazon, given the audience size that Sheindlin commands and her considerable influence on the television business for over two decades. It represents a significant shift for the famous judge from years of syndication to an over-the-top service. Scott Koondel and his company Sox Entertainment, Inc. were instrumental in putting the bumper Amazon deal together,

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Jaime Harrison Endorsed By Oldest Newspaper in South Carolina as Polls Show Him Leading Lindsey Graham

Jaime Harrison, the Democratic congressional nominee challenging South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham in the upcoming general election, confirmed his campaign received an official endorsement from The State on Monday morning.



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Jaime Harrison, the Democratic candidate campaigning to unseat South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, speaks to reporters in Columbia on October 19. As polls show Harrison gaining increased support from voters, his campaign received an endorsement from South Carolina’s oldest newspaper on Monday.

The State is a daily newspaper based in Columbia, South Carolina’s capital city. Initially established in 1891, it is the state’s oldest newspaper and it’s second-largest by circulation after the Post and Courier.

“We started as a 17-point underdog. Today, I’m honored to accept the endorsement of the oldest newspaper in South Carolina, @thestate. Change is coming, folks,” Harrison wrote on Twitter alongside a link to The State‘s endorsement, written by members of

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What’s Leaving Netflix November 2020? Movie & Show Removals

It’s time to find out what’s leaving Netflix in November 2020, and what exciting new things are coming to Netflix in November to take their place.

As the holiday season approaches, it’s almost time to say goodbye to all things Halloween. That includes thriller Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, as well as year-round classic, The Addams Family. But there are some more miscellaneous flicks on the chopping block as well, such as Anna Sophia Robb’s surfer biopic Soul Surfer, the beloved Shark Boy and Lava Girl, and Ocean’s Eleven, Twelve, and Thirteen. As far as shows go, multiple Jeopardy Champion rounds are leaving during the month, as is season 13 of The Bachelor.

But cheer up: fun, romantic holiday offerings are just around the corner (as is season 4 of The Crown!). Below, check out the full list of what’s leaving Netflix in November:

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Every new Star Wars movie and TV show confirmed so far

The Mandalorian has returned – and, although we all love the gunslinger and his Child, we are also desperate to see that galaxy far, far away on the big screen again. So, when can we expect new Star Wars movies to finally arrive? And what story will the next set of movies tell? Unfortunately, those are difficult questions to answer.



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Following Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, LucasFilm and Disney are taking a break from adventures in cinemas, with the focus instead being on Disney Plus. In fact, we won’t see another new Star Wars movie until 2021 – and we have no idea what will actually be in that movie. However, that’s no reason not to be excited. Not only is the great Taika Waititi at the helm of the next Star Wars movie, but, in the meantime, we have multiple shows to

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Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky sets new supernatural show at HBO Max, Cartoon Network



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Genndy Tartakovsky — the creator of Dexter’s Laboratory, Samurai Jack, the blood-soaked prehistoric adventure Primal, and more of your favorite childhood staples — is back with a new show that already comes with a lot of intrigue.

Unicorn: Warriors Eternal, described as a supernatural adventure inspired by myths and folklore from around the world, is being produced by HBO Max and Cartoon Network. A first-look image was released on Wednesday that shows off the titular team of ancient heroes who fight to protect the world from an ominous, unforeseen omen.

According to an official description, “Throughout history, unicorns have symbolized the virtuous, appearing to ensure that goodness reigns. When the reawakening of our heroes comes too early, they find themselves in the bodies of teenagers. Damaged as a result, their memories of who they are and the history of

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Former ‘Daily Show’ host Jon Stewart sets TV return with Apple TV+ show


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Jon Stewart is coming back to TV.

The longtime host of “The Daily Show” will host and executive produce a one-hour, single-issue current affairs series for the Apple TV+ streaming service that will “explore topics that are currently part of the national conversation and his advocacy work,” Apple said in a statement.

Each season will also include a companion podcast. Stewart’s longtime manager, James Dixon, will serve as an executive producer, and so will Richard Plepler, the former CEO of HBO.

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Plepler negotiated Stewart’s last planned return to TV, in 2015, for a topical animated series that would be produced close to its airdate. However, two years later, they scrapped the planned project.

“We all thought the project had great potential, but there were technical issues in terms of production

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These three charts show what TV shows Trump and Biden target most for ads

Political advertisers on both sides of the 2020 presidential race have targeted reruns of the syndicated sitcom more than any other scripted TV program, according to a CNN analysis of data collected by Kantar Media, a data and consulting firm that monitors political advertising.

The analysis looked at the broadcast programming most frequently targeted by Trump and Biden in the media markets that have run the most campaign ads during the general election. It found the candidates shared eight TV shows in common. Both campaigns loved morning talk shows, especially “CBS This Morning.” They both ranked “Family Feud” above “Jeopardy!” or “Wheel of Fortune.” And one of the only scripted shows among either candidate’s 10 biggest targets was “The Big Bang Theory.”

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Ice-T-Hosted Virtual Legal Show ‘The Mediator’ To Get Limited Run On Fox TV Stations

The Mediator with Ice-T, a weekday, half-hour legal series hosted by the veteran rapper and actor, will get a limited four-week run on Fox-owned stations, including stations in New York and Los Angeles, premiering in March 2021.

In the program, Ice-T will virtually seek resolutions between two feuding civilian parties. Each side will plead their argument, providing the evidence, facts and details of the case to Ice-T, who will then call upon various well-known and knowledgeable experts to share their perspective and advice. As an unbiased and respected third party, Ice-T will offer his best recommendation for how the complainants should proceed. If they accept his suggestion, the case will be settled. If they choose not to accept, the case will move to court. The program will provide viewers with updates on the results of various cases that move forward to court. Participants will apply for the mediation via

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