Kentucky is about to have its first nationally syndicated TV show taped in Lexington and producers are looking for cases.
Relative Justice is a reality court show scheduled to premiere Fall of 2021 and is being produced in-part by Lexington-based Wrigley Media Group. There will be 150 half-hour episodes filmed in the Central Kentucky area.
"To date, Relative Justice has been cleared in over 75% of the country, including 43 of the top 50 markets," said the press release. "Launch partners include CBS Television Stations, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Nexstar Media Group, E.W. Scripps Company, Tenga Inc., Weigel Broadcasting Co., and Gray Television, among others."
Judge Rhonda Wills, who has been featured on Sisters in Law and as a legal contributor for several media outlets, will focus on family disputes, the press release said.
To be a part of the show, visit relativejustice.tv and fill out the casting call form.
"We're very excited to bring this show to a national audience," said Relative Justice Executive Producer and Wrigley Media's Chief Content Officer, Ross Babbit. "There is nothing more relatable than a family squabble and Judge Rhonda Wills will bring her own unique style to adjudicating a wide variety of entertaining cases."
Also producing Relative Justice is Lou Dennig, an Emmy nominated producer who has helped bring Judge Judy and Judge Joe Brown to the small screen. He has also produced several other court reality television programs, podcasts and pilots, the press release said.
Wrigley Media Group is producing Relative Justice in association with Bloom 'N Apple Entertainment and David Bulhack is distributing, according to the press release.