Cristina Pérez will be bringing more justice for all for a while longer…
Byron Allen’s production company Entertainment Studios has renewed the 44-year-old Colombian American television judge’s court show Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez for a second and third season.
Pérez, the first Hispanic judge to cross over from Spanish-language to English-language television, joined the Entertainment Studios lineup last year after starring on Cristina’s Court for 20th Century Fox Television for three seasons.
Justice is broadcast in both TV syndication (cleared in 85 percent of U.S. TV homes) and on Entertainment Studios’ cable network Justice Central.tv.
In syndication, Justice for All most recently had a 0.4 household rating and a 0.2 rating in the key demographic of women 25 to 54 years of age, which is the same as the show had a year ago.
Among households Perez is seen on average each day in about 507,000 homes, making her show the eighth-highest-rated among all syndicated court programs.
“I am very passionate about the television court show genre,” said Perez. “And I am extremely excited about continuing my relationship with the creative and innovative producers at Entertainment Studios.”
Born in New York City, Pérez, received two BAs at the University of California, Los Angeles and her JD at Whittier Law School.