The former vice presidential candidate and Alaska governor inked a deal with Montana production company Warm Springs, and is set to film a pilot and shop it to networks with the hopes of hitting the air in fall 2017. The production team includes executives who have previously worked on Judge Judy and Judge Joe Brown.
Unlike the hosts of those shows, however, Palin has neither legal or
The former vice presidential candidate and Donald Trump supporter has inked a deal with Montana-based production company Warm Springs Productions to headline her own daytime series in the vein of “Judge Judy,” Variety has confirmed.
Palin has not yet shot any footage or a pilot for the potential syndicated series, though Warm Springs will be shopping the Palin vehicle around, eyeing a fall 2017 launch. Barry Wallach and Lee Villas are selling the project.
“Judge Judy” and “Judge Joe Brown” producer Larry Lyttle is attached to exec produce the series, which is still in development. Lyttle was based at Big Ticket Entertainment when “Judge Judy” launched, but he has not been with the CBS-based company for over a decade.
Unlike other court television personalities, Palin does not hold a law degree, though People has a source saying the former Alaska governor
The onetime vice presidential candidate has been tapped to preside over a planned reality court show that would premiere next year, if it gets picked up by stations. She signed a deal in February with Montana-based production company Warm Springs, a source close to the process tells People.
"It's a production deal," the source explains. "What happens next is she'll meet with stations, make a pilot and sell it."
Warm Springs first approached Palin with
The hire of Stabile, who comes from Kaplan Stahler Agency, marks a moment of transition for ICM’s unscripted division, following veteran Greg Lipstone’s exit earlier this summer and the subsequent promotion of Michael Kagan, who was named head of the department in August.
“Andy is a highly regarded agent who brings years of experience and relationships with him to ICM Partners,” said Kagan, to whom Stabile will report. “We are happy to have him join our team.”
Stabile joined Kaplan Stahler this past March, as a partner and the head of alternative. There, he repped on-camera personalities, non-scripted producers and production companies.
His client roster includes Band of Outsiders, New Birch Productions, Emerge Pictures, Factual, “Judge Mathis” exec producer Bo Banks, “Hot Bench” Ep Maureen FitzPatrick, “Top Chef’s” Tara Siener,
"A citizen was being gravely mistreated," Brown, who presided over the CBS arbitration show Judge Joe Brown from 1998-2013, says. "I couldn't allow that to happen. I had an opportunity to stand up for her and I took it."
On Tuesday morning, the 68-year-old completed a five-day jail sentence for contempt of court in Memphis, Tennessee. He describes his time
Brown, who presided over CBS's arbitration show Judge Joe Brown from 1998-2013, turned himself in to serve a five-day jail sentence for contempt of court in Memphis, Tennessee, Wmc Action News 5 reports.
According to the station, Brown, 68, had a "heated exchange" with a magistrate while working as a lawyer on a child custody case in March 2014.
In an audio recording of the proceedings obtained by TMZ, Brown demanded of the judge,"Excuse me, on what authority do you sit, by the way?"
"I will not
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