After years of standing back and letting the chaos run the show, Jerry Springer is going to start judging you all. After 27 seasons of The Jerry Springer Show, which the CW stopped ordering new episodes of this spring, Springer will return to TV with Judge Jerry.
According to producer NBCUniversal TV, the show will have Springer “slide from the stage to behind the bench using law and order to settle disputes.” “For the first time in my life, I am going to be called honorable,” Springer said in a statement. “My career is coming full circle and I finally get to put my law degree to use after all these years.”
Judge Jerry will start airing half-hour episodes in syndication this fall, giving that Judy a run for her money.
This is truly an inspiring story here. After stumbling into becoming a television host and watching white trash rip each other’s close off over love triangles and baby mana drama, 74-year old Jerry Springer can finally make use of his law degree and serve as a judge. Dreams do come true.
For all of us that are down because we haven’t achieved our life goals yet, Jerry Springer can be someone we look up to. It took him 74 years before he finally became a judge. Not to reveal my age but I have at least like, 70 more years before I even have to consider giving up on my dreams.
If/when Judge Jerry is on television, then Judge Jerry will be playing on my TV with my full attention. I can’t wait for there to be full fistfights in the middle of a courtroom like a hockey game. This is going to revolutionize the justice system as we know it.
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