PUBLISHED: 22:06, Tue, Mar 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:21, Tue, Mar 3, 2020
Judy Sheindlin is known for being a retired Manhattan family court judge who has her own TV series on CBS. The show has audiences hooked as she oversees real small claims disputes within a replica courtroom set. Judy spoke on the Ellen DeGeneres Show about why the series is ending.
Judge Judy will be clashing the gavel for the last season of her show after an astonishing 25 years, but there is more to come as she revealed on Ellen’s show.
She has planned another series called Judy Justice which is due to air in the near future.
Speaking to Ellen she said: “CBS sort of felt, I think, they wanted to optimally utilise the repeats of my programme.
“Now they have 25 years of my reruns. What they decided to do is sell a couple of years’ worth of reruns.
“But I’m not tired, so Judy Justice will be coming out a year later.”
An official reason for why the show is ending does not seem to have been given yet.
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Judge Judy: The show is coming off air next year (Image: Getty/Sky)
Judge Judy: Judy rules the courtroom (Image: Sky)
Next year will see new episodes of Judge Judy which will make up the show’s 25th and final season.
After this the show will be on repeat and all episodes will be available to watch on CBS, much to the delight of fans.
Judy admitted she is not tired yet and wanted to give her audience more from the courtroom. She said: “If you’re not tired you’re not supposed to stop.”
Entertainment Weekly reported Judy Justice will air in 2022 and Judy spoke to Ellen about the change.
Judge Judy: Judy has won plenty of awards (Image: Getty)