Free TV Tickets For Judge Karen

Judge Karen Summary

  • Show Status: Closed
  • 5 Taping(s) per week
  • Opened September 8, 2008
  • Show Closed: May 29, 2009
  • Court Show/Reality

After just one season, 2008-2009, Judge Karen was cancelled in New York City. Reruns of this original New York show are being televised on the BET Network and TV One network.

Judge Karen Ticket Information

The Judge Karen TV show does not accept postal requests for advance tickets. Advance tickets for future shows can only be requested over the internet or by phone.

Judge Karen Show Schedule

The Judge Karen TV Show tapes on the following tape times and days:

Tuesday - 10:30AM and 3:15PM
Wednesday - 10:30AM and 3:15PM
Thursday - 10:30AM

Judge Karen Cancellation Details

No-nonsense Miami judge Karen Francis-Mills only ruled for a short time before her court show was canceled due to lack of ratings. Her show was a blatant attempt to cash in the recent scourge of Judge shows. She went on to prosecute more fake criminals in Law and Order SVU.

Judge Karen Broadcast Time

The Judge Karen Francis-Mills show is a syndicated TV Show that is transmitted on different TV stations at different times across the US, so check your local listings for the TV channel and time.

Judge Karen Age Requirements

You must be 18 years old to attend this taping

Judge Karen Background

Judge Karen came back with two new incarnations of the show: Judge Karen's Court in 2010 and Supreme Justice with Judge Karen in 2013, which both were shot in Los Angeles.

Judge Karen Francis-Mills is an opinionated and sassy jurist who hails from Miami, where she earned her law degree from the University of Florida Law School and worked as a public defender. Driven by the lack of diversity in the court system, Judge Karen ran for a Miami judgeship in 2000 (an elected position), and overthrew a long time incumbent to become the second black woman ever seated on the bench in Miami-Dade County. Sharp and tough but sensitive to all, Judge Karen Mills-Francis is a savvy, no-nonsense judge who is bringing her unique style of edgy justice and flair to daytime court television.

NEP Metropolis Studio 105

105 E. 106th Street
New York, NY 10029
Directions: Take the MTA E train to Lexington Avenue and 53rd Street to transfer to the 6 train towards Parkchester. Get off at 103rd Street. Walk North up Lexington Ave to E 106th St. Turn right on to E 106th St.
Studio Information

Cast Members

TV Judge
Judge Francis-Mills

Production Credits

Creative Team

Micheal Mills
Trevor Howard
Janine Shergood