America's Court with Judge Ross

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America's Court with Judge Ross
Genrenontraditional/dramatized court show
Created byByron Allen
StarringJudge Kevin A. Ross
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
Production
Executive producer(s)Byron Allen
Carolyn Folks
Producer(s)Patricia Wilson
Jennifer Lucas
Allison Barksdale
Sybil Curry
J. Guillory
Kevin Ross
Arrisen Towner
Camera setupVideotape;
Multi-camera
Running timeApprox. 22 minutes
Production company(s)Entertainment Studios
DistributorEntertainment Studios
Broadcast
Original channelFirst-run syndication
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original runSeptember 20, 2010 – present
External links
Website
 
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America's Court with Judge Ross
Genrenontraditional/dramatized court show
Created byByron Allen
StarringJudge Kevin A. Ross
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
Production
Executive producer(s)Byron Allen
Carolyn Folks
Producer(s)Patricia Wilson
Jennifer Lucas
Allison Barksdale
Sybil Curry
J. Guillory
Kevin Ross
Arrisen Towner
Camera setupVideotape;
Multi-camera
Running timeApprox. 22 minutes
Production company(s)Entertainment Studios
DistributorEntertainment Studios
Broadcast
Original channelFirst-run syndication
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original runSeptember 20, 2010 – present
External links
Website

America's Court with Judge Ross is a nationally-syndicated, nontraditional/dramatized court show that debuted in several major U.S. media markets on September 20, 2010. The Emmy-nominated program stars a former judge, Kevin A. Ross, presiding over dramatized small claims court cases. Bruce Thomas is acting bailiff for the series. The show is filmed in Culver City, California (near Hollywood).

Production

On October 14, 2009, it was announced that Entertainment Studios (ES) would air America's Court with Judge Ross.[1]

America's Court is the nineteenth television program produced and distributed by ES. The first court program to shoot in HD, the show joined CTD's Swift Justice with Jackie Glass (formerly, Swift Justice with Nancy Grace) and Litton's Judge Karen's Court as one of three new legal genre TV shows in daytime syndication for the 2010-2011, U.S. fall television season. On April 2, 2012, Entertainment Studios announced that America's Court was renewed through the 2013-2014 season.[2]

At the end of each episode, a standard disclaimer is shown that states that "All characters displayed are fictional and any resemblance to actual persons is coincidental." The two other court shows produced by Entertainment Studios, which are successors of America's Court (We the People With Gloria Allred, and, Justice for All with Judge Cristina Pérez) use the same format. As of the first half of the 2012-13 television season, the three court shows produced by Entertainment Studios have been the lowest-rated in the entire "court show" genre; however, America's Court has been the highest-rated, most successful of the three, for Entertainment Studios.[3][4][5]

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