"JUDGE JOE BROWN" LAUNCHES ITS 14TH SEASON ON SEPT. 12TH
-First Episode Features Jamie Jungers, former mistress of Tiger Woods-
HOLLYWOOD, CA - September 12, 2011 - JUDGE JOE BROWN, the #2 rated syndicated court show on television, begins its 14th season on September 12th.
The first episode of Season 14 features Jamie Jungers, former mistress of Tiger Woods. Shari Eckert, 31, is suing her ex-roommate, Jamie Jungers, 28, for $4,998. This is the amount Eckert says Jungers owes for nonpayment of rent and utilities, plus property damage after Jungers kicked in the front door of her home. Jungers says she doesn't owe because Eckert refuses to return her belongings, and that she had permission from police to enter the property. Jungers adds that Eckert is trying to cause her further humiliation by reminding everyone she had an affair with Tiger Woods. Tune in on Monday, Sept. 12 to find out who the judge rules in favor of.
JUDGE JOE BROWN introduces "Man Up Thursdays", with the first episode airing Thursday, Sept. 15. Inspired by the judge's famous scolding, "Man up, son!"; each episode will showcase a "bad boy" waiting to be straightened out by the Judge, from unruly teenagers and spoiled "mama's boys" to deadbeat dads with every excuse in the book.
JUDGE JOE BROWN provides audiences with an inside look at real cases involving litigants from across the nation. When they bring cases to his courtroom, litigants are bound by Brown's insightful rulings. He shows litigants unique ways in which they can responsibly deal with their unlawful or wrongful acts, and also forces wrongdoers to reflect on the consequences of their transgressions. Fans can interact with the show and ask questions on the show's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/judgejoebrown
To find out when JUDGE JOE BROWN airs in your market, check your local listings or go to http://www.judgejoebrown.com/.
JUDGE JOE BROWN is a Big Ticket Television production and is distributed by CBS Television Distribution. Sonia Montejano is the bailiff and Jeanne Zelasko is the court reporter. John Terenzio is executive producer and Lou Dennig is senior supervising producer. CBS Television Distribution is a unit of CBS Corp.