Jazmine Hughes

associate editor for The New York Times Magazine

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Judge Judy is ending her relationship with CBS. She’s been on CBS for two decades, resolving real-life small claims disputes.

Judge Judy quits CBS after 25 years, new show to come in 2021

Judge Judy is ending her relationship with CBS. She’s been on CBS for two decades, resolving real-life small claims disputes.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Judge Judy has been on TV for two decades, resolving real-life small claim disputes. She makes nearly $50 million a year for it.

How Judge Judy built a multi-million dollar fortune

Judge Judy has been on TV for two decades, resolving real-life small claim disputes. She makes nearly $50 million a year for it.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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