Judge Kevin A. Ross will be keeping order in the court for at least two more years. America’s Court with Judge Ross has been renewed for both seasons three and four. Byron Allen, the CEO of Entertainment Studios, made the announcement.
According to the company, America’s Court with Judge Ross has been cleared in 95% of the country. The stations include those owned and operated by CBS, Tribune, and Cox.
The syndicated TV show was first announced in October 2009 and premiereed on September 20, 2010. It was the first court show to shoot in high-definition and was renewed for a second season just three months after its debut.
Ross has many years of experience in law. He served seven years as a Superior Court judge in California, handling more than 60,000 cases. After being profiled on KCET’s Life & Times Tonight, Ross appeared as a guest on the PBS show to discuss legal issues from a judge’s perspective.
Speaking about America’s Court, Allen said, “Judge Ross is an extraordinary talent and this show is simply unstoppable.”
Of the renewal, Ross posted, “#BossRoss Here! Looks like you guys are stuck with hearing ‘I Got This’ for a little while longer! Seriously, on behalf of everyone at @americascourt, thank you!”
What do you think? Do you like Judge Ross? How do you think it compares to the other syndicated court shows?