ORLANDO, Fla. — Jerry Springer, star of “Judge Jerry,” is returning for a second season of his hit courtroom show.
Springer sat down with Channel 9 anchor Jamie Holmes to talk about what fans can expect from this all new season.
Watch Channel 9 anchor Jamie Holmes talk with Jerry Springer about season two of “Judge Jerry”:
Here are 9 things to know about the second season of “Judge Jerry” on Channel 9:
1) COVID-19 safety first - Due to the coronavirus, Springer will be looking over cases from his Connecticut courtroom, but defendants and plaintiffs will be filmed in another location.
2) More experience - After training for the skills need to become a judge, Springer said he feels more experienced with the legal calls he makes in season two.
3) Pandemic production - Season two of “Judge Jerry” started filing this summer and faced new challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials have said every safety precaution was taken to ensure the safety of all cast and crew members.
4) More impactful - Spinger admits that “The Jerry Springer Show” is not held in the best light and says he enjoyed his time with the show. He feels “Judge Jerry” makes more of an impact because of the people on the show finding the answers they need through his decisions.
5) More funny moments - Springer said viewers can expect to see more comedy and light-hearted moments in the new season. This is because of the character of the plaintiffs and defendants.
6) New cases - Season two means a new batch of engaging court cases that will surely get viewers talking.
7) Same Jerry - It’s an all-new season, but it’s still the same Springer. Viewers can expect more of his quick wit and cool head after the gavel is pounded.
8) No time to retire - During his interview with Channel 9, Springer said he was ready to retire after filming the 27th and final season of his daytime talk show “The Jerry Springer Show.” The idea of “Judge Jerry” shelved those plans and the rest is history.
9) When and where? - Season two of “Judge Jerry” airs every weekday afternoon at 3 p.m. on WFTV Channel 9.
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