Orion Television has set a Sept. 16 debut for its newest syndicated court show “Personal Injury Court,” TheWrap has learned exclusively.
Led by Judge Gino Brogdon, the new series will join the seventh season of “Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court” and the third season of “Couples Court With The Cutlers.” All three shows are created and executive produced by David Armour.
“Personal Injury Court” uses videos, testimony, accident recreation and eye-witness accounts to determine who is responsible for the injuries presented in each case. Watch a teaser for the series above.
Brogdon has served for nearly 10 years on the busiest trial bench in the Southeast Atlanta’s own Fulton County, presiding over civil cases worth billions of dollars including gun litigation, wrongful death, high stakes and complex business and construction disputes, product liability, catastrophic injury, premises liability, class action, aviation, insurance and contract disputes.
“I love this show because the cases have some of the largest claims in TV history! ‘Personal Injury Court’ is like a game show meets a court show…with stakes, drama, theatrics of ripped from the headlines true stories.” said Barry Poznick, president of unscripted television for Orion’s parent company MGM.
Poznick serves as executive producer on the series along with Armour. Lou Dennig is co-executive producer, and Stacie Saugen Joseph is director. The show is also produced by 501 East Entertainment and distributed by Orion TV Productions (Orion Television), a subsidiary of MGM. It has been cleared in 47 of the top 50 U.S. markets on station partners owned by CBS, Sinclair, Tegna, Nexstar, Fox, Scripps, Weigel and others.
Watch teasers for the new seasons of “Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court” and “Couples Court With the Cutlers” below. Those are also exclusive to TheWrap.