Judge Greg Mathis Is Back! ‘Mathis Court’ Arrives Fall 2023

Your favorite judge is returning to tv!

On the heels of Warner Bros. reportedly deciding to end the run of their long-running sitcom Judge Mathis after 24 seasons despite the show's popularity, the judge is back!

Fans of Judge Greg Mathis should rest easy, as Byron Allen's Allen Media Company has acquired the judge's services. The new Judge Mathis hour-long series will premiere in the fall of 2023.

“Judge Greg Mathis is an outstanding, charismatic, and iconic television host, and we are extremely confident that our eighth and newest court series with Judge Mathis will be very successful for years to come as he joins our outstanding roster of talent, including Judge Kevin Ross, Judge Mablean Ephriam, Judge Christina Perez, Judge Karen Mills-Francis, Judge Glenda Hatchett, Judge Lauren Lake, and Judge Eboni K. Williams,” said Byron Allen, Founder/Chairman/CEO of Allen Media Group.

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Judge Mathis has been a prominent figure in the legal community for several years, having started his career as a district court judge in Michigan. He is widely known for his no-nonsense approach to justice and his dedication to helping those in need. In addition to his successful television career, Judge Mathis has received numerous awards and honors for his philanthropic work and advocacy for social justice. He has been recognized with awards such as the NAACP Image Award, the Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major for Justice Award, and the Trumpet Award for Television Personality.

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