Where Was Judy Justice Filmed? Judge Judy Filming Locations

 

Judge Judy attended the 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards at Pasadena Civic Center on May 05, 2019 in Pasadena, California. ( Source : gettyimages )

Judy Justice was filmed in Culver Studios, California, in the same city where the previous show, Judge Judy, was filmed. 

Judy Justice's first season established a record for the number of streaming hours seen on IMDB TV for a debut season and was therefore renewed for a second season, and the new season premiered on November 7, 2022.

A new episode will be released each weekday until December 16. The remaining Season 2 episodes will then commence in early to mid-2023. Moreover, fans are excited about the new season.

Judy Justice back with Season 2 in Amazon Freevee
Judy Justice back with Season 2 in Amazon Freevee( Source : variety )

Where Was Judy Justice Filmed?

Judy Justice has an impressive number of viewers and many fans- thanks to Judge Judy's success and viewers' love for Judy Sheindlin. She will be seen on the show adjudicating real-life small-claims disputes in a simulated courtroom scene.

Before the hearing, all parties sign arbitration contracts agreeing to Sheindlin's decision. In addition, the show was ranked the No. 1 original program on IMDb TV for its first season. 

Judy Justice courtroom scene in season one
Judy Justice courtroom scene in season one ( Source : today )

The successful ratings caused the production of the second season as well. Sheindlin also received the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program during the series's first season, making her the only television arbitrator to win the award for more than one court show. 

Culver Studios, Culver City, California

The spin-off of Judge Judy was filmed in California inside the Culver Studios. The trailer shows that the scene takes place in a courtroom. However, it is a setup made in the studio for the filming. 

The previous show, Judge Judy, was filmed in Sunset Bronson Studios, which is also in California. Previously, Judge Judy was produced by Big Ticket Entertainment, and the set location was different. 

Culver Studios is in Culver City, California.
Culver Studios is in Culver City, California. ( Source : en )

Since the production company is Amazon Studios, the studio is also different. Amazon moved to the Culver Studios in 2017. 

Movies like "Gone with the Wind" and "Citizen Kane" were filmed in the same studio. According to LA Times, they had planned to lease more than 280,000 square feet of space. It also includes the Culver Studios Mansion and Bungalows. Thus, both seasons of the show were filmed in Culver studios. 

Judge Judy Filming Locations

Judge Judy ran for 25 seasons, and many thought it was filmed in New York since the judge is from New York herself, and there were pictures from various places in New York during the commercials bumper. 

However, the filming location is in California. The entire season would take place inside a courtroom. And the courtroom was a set located in Sunset Bronson Studios. 

Sunset Bronson Studios, Los Angeles, California

Many fans thought Judge Judy was filmed in New York since Judge Shiendlin is from New York. She was a former prosecutor and Manhattan family court judge.

According to Cinemaholic, Judy Sheindlin used to fly to Los Angeles from her hometown in her private plane when she had to go to film. But she now has a home in Beverly Hills, where she lives during the filming season.

Judge Judy Sheindlin on the set of her television show, December 2, 1997 in Los Angeles, California
Judge Judy Sheindlin on the set of her television show, December 2, 1997 in Los Angeles, California ( Source : gettyimages )

From 2014 until the end of Judge Judy in 2021, the show's courtroom set was right next to the set of Hot Bench, the courtroom series Sheindlin developed and produced. 

Even though the show was filmed in California, it featured pictures of New York City during the approaching commercial bumpers, such as New York subways, parks, and monuments. 

Judy Sheindlin As The Judge In Judy Justice

Judy Scheindlin is the judge in Judy Justice. She was previously a judge in Judge Judy, which ran for over 25 seasons. She is a former prosecutor, Manhattan family court judge, media personality, television producer, author, and philanthropist for women's growth.

Her appearance in Judge Judy made her the longest-serving television arbitrator in the history of courtroom-themed programming. Thus, she earned a position in the Guinness World Records in 2015. She also got a Lifetime Achievement Emmy, in 2019 for her efforts.

Judy Sheindlin on set of Judy Justice
Judy Sheindlin on set of Judy Justice ( Source : theguardian )

Sheindlin started working as a corporate lawyer for a cosmetics production after she passed the New York state bar test. But, she left the job after two years and decided to raise her children.

In 1972, she heard about a position from a friend and became a prosecutor in the New York family court system in 1972. As a lawyer, she prosecuted child abuse, domestic violence, and juvenile criminal cases.

Other Casts In the Show

The other major character will be Sarah Rose, who will severe as Judy's legal analyst. She is also the granddaughter of Sheindlin and an alumnus of New York Law School. 

Petri Hawkins-Byrd who had served as Judy Sheindlin’s bailiff since “Judge Judy” premiered in 1996 is not the part of Judy Justice
Petri Hawkins-Byrd who had served as Judy Sheindlin’s bailiff since “Judge Judy” premiered in 1996 is not the part of Judy Justice ( Source : nypost )

Likewise, Whitney Kumar will be the stenographer of Judy Justice. She is a board-certified court reporter in the state of California. Likewise, Kevin Rasco, a former Los Angeles probation officer and entrepreneur, appears as Sheindlin's cheerful bailiff.

Some FAQs

Is there going to be a season 2 of Judy Justice?

There is a season 2 of Judy Justice which has premiered on November 7, 2022 in Amazon Freevee

Is Judge Judy an actual judge?

Judge Judy is a real judge. She is a former prosecutor and Manhattan family court judge. Brooklyn, New York, U.S.

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