Sarah Palin to Become A Judge of 'Common Sense' in New TV Court Room

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Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin

If you know of Judge Judy—then you would surely get the concept on the back of which Sarah Palin is to become a judge on our TV soon.
The brain behind Judge Judy is about to put Sarah Palin as the next Judy—and it will surely be interesting.
According to TMZ;

Palin will be shooting a pilot for a TV courtroom show featuring her as the lady in black. It’s being produced by Larry Lyttle, who had an idea 20 years ago that the family court judge from NYC might be good TV.
Lyttle tells TMZ he’ll shoot a pilot with Palin in the next few months and then try to sell the show in syndication for launch in Sept., 2017.
Small issue … Palin’s not a judge. Lyttle says not necessary, because she’ll preside over “the courtroom of common sense,” adding, “She’s appointed judges and is well equipped as a former governor to preside over cases.”
Lyttle has a good track record for sure … in addition to Judge Judy, he produced the Judge Joe Brown courtroom show, which lasted for years.

Palin is a controversial American politician, commentator, and author who served as the ninth Governor of Alaska—you can mostly pick her up on Fox News.

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