Cristina Pérez returns to TV with a new syndicated court series. “Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez,” currently being produced simultaneously in English and in Spanish, is set to launch this fall.
According to TV Newscheck, Entertainment Studios, Inc., which is producing and distributing the show, announced it has 85% percent U.S. clearance with TV station groups, including CBS Television Station Group, Sinclair Broadcasting, Media General, Turner Broadcasting, Journal, Nexstar and Meredith.
Cristina is not a judge in real life. She’s a lawyer. She’s also a radio host, author and columnist.
Her show “Cristina’s Court” won three consecutive Daytime Emmy Awards for “Outstanding Legal/Court Show” in 2008, 2009 and 2010. That show was cancelled in 2009.
Cristina started her TV judge career, headlining “La Corte de la Familia” on Telemundo.